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How much each player won at the 2022 Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions

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Danielle Kang produced a dominant performance at the LPGA 2022 opener at the weekend, securing a three-stroke victory for her sixth victory on Tour.

The win earns the 29-year-old a payday of $225k, while Brooke Henderson’s solo runner-up finish ensured that she’d take home a check for $177,229.

 

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With a total prize purse of $1,500,000 up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2022 Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions.

1 Danielle Kang -16 $225,000

2 Brooke M. Henderson -13 $177,229

3 Gaby Lopez -12 $128,567

T4 Celine Boutier -10 $89,755

T4 Nelly Korda -10 $89,755

6 Yuka Saso -9 $65,497

7 Jessica Korda -8 $54,823

T8 Pajaree Anannarukarn -7 $45,606

T8 Inbee Park -7 $45,606

T10 Matilda Castren -4 $37,842

T10 Lydia Ko -4 $37,842

12 Georgia Hall -2 $33,960

T13 Ryann O’Toole -1 $30,856

T13 Patty Tavatanakit -1 $30,856

T15 A Lim Kim E $27,363

T15 Moriya Jutanugarn E $27,363

17 Madelene Sagstrom 1 $25,229

T18 Nasa Hataoka 2 $23,158

T18 Sophia Popov 2 $23,158

T18 Stacy Lewis 2 $23,158

21 Ally Ewing 3 $21,542

22 Ariya Jutanugarn 4 $20,765

23 Angela Stanford 5 $19,989

24 Mel Reid 7 $19,212

25 Austin Ernst 11 $18,533

26 Hee Young Park 15 $17,855

27 Anna Nordqvist 16 $17,174

T28 Mirim Lee 20 $16,156

T28 Michelle Wie West 20 $16,156

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Gianni is the Managing Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected].

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Man pleads for help after tornado destroyed golf clubs…Callaway come to the rescue

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On Wednesday, a tornado went through Iowa, devastating the town of Greenfield.

Among those impacted by the tornado was Bradley Gebbie, a golf enthusiast who lost his home, which of course included all of his golf clubs.

In an interview, Gebbie lamented the loss of his golf equipment.

“I lost a lot, including my golf clubs, I had like three grand into that.”

“I’d like to shout-out TaylorMade and Titleist and Callaway, I really need a new set. I lost it, and I just love golf.”

On Thursday, Callaway responded to Gebbie’s wishes.

Thankfully, Callaway was able to track down Gebbie’s contact info and sent him some new clubs.

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Delta Airlines issue apology after video of employees mishandling golf bags goes viral

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This week, a video of Delta Airlines employees mishandling the golf bags of the East Tennessee State men’s golf team went viral.

The official team X account posted the video, captioned “Nice of @Delta to handle our clubs with such care…”

The video already has more than 8 million views on X.

In response, Delta issued an apology to the golf team.

“We apologize to the ETSU Golf team and ask for a mulligan on how their equipment was handled. We’re in direct contact with the Bucs to ensure they have what they need to successfully compete in the NCAAs.” Anthony Black, Delta Airlines spokesperson.

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Ben An shares his thoughts on LIV pros not being able to play in the Presidents Cup

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While speaking with GolfWRX, Ben An discussed whether or not he believes LIV players should be allowed to play in the Presidents Cup.

“Well, it would be a great addition to the team, but I feel like we’re missing Cam (Smith), (Joaquin) Niemann and maybe Dean Burmester. He’s been playing great and I saw last week he was playing some good golf.”

An added that the absence of the LIV pros is also a blow to the U.S. side as well, but that the rules are the rules.

“But, you know, it’s just the, just the rules of now, right? You know, it sucks for not having the team, but it’s kind of the same for the U.S. team, right? They’re missing a few players as well.

“We need to have a win in our national team, but it’s up to Mike and the PGA tour to decide. So it’s run by the PGA Tour, not the PGA of America, like the Ryder Cup.”

However, An stated that he doesn’t expect any changes to the rules for the upcoming 2024 Presidents Cup.

“So, you know, as of now, I mean, this year, I don’t see it happening. But hopefully, like I said, we’ll figure something out, we’ll figure this merger, or something out in the next few years and hopefully see them in the team because they, like you said, they’re great players, they will miss out.

“But I think even the teams we have right now, I think it’s pretty good. Playing in Canada will help us this year, you know, we’ll see what happens…We’ll miss them, but hopefully we have a strong enough team to compete against the U.S. team this year.”

Check out the interview in full below.

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