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How much each player won at the LIV Golf Boston



At the latest LIV Golf event, Dustin Johnson saw off the challenge of Joaquin Niemann and Anirban Lahiri, by landing a stunning eagle putt on the first playoff hole.

The win secured DJ the individual prize of $4,000,000, while his performance helped his team, 4 Aces (Gooch, Johnson, Perez, Reed), also capture the $3,000,000 purse.

Here’s a look at how much each player won at the LIV Golf Boston.

  • 1. Dustin Johnson – $4,000,000
  • T2. Joaquin Niemann – $1,812,500
  • T2. Anirban Lahiri – $1,812,500
  • T4. Lee Westwood – $1,012,500
  • T4. Cam Smith – $1,012,500
  • 6. Talor Gooch – $800,000
  • 7. Jason Kokrak – $675,000
  • 8. Abraham Ancer – $625,000
  • T9. Louis Oosthuizen – $560,000
  • T9. Sergio Garcia – $560,000
  • T9. Kevin Na – $560,00
  • 12. Branden Grace – $450,000
  • T13. Sadom Kaewkanjana – $315,000
  • T13. Matt Wolff – $315,000
  • T15. Charles Howell III – $247,666.67
  • T15. Pat Perez – $247,666.67
  • T15. Bernd Wiesberger – $247,666.67
  • T18. Bryson DeChambeau – $215,333.33
  • T18. Richard Bland – $215,333.33
  • T18. Ian Poulter – $215,333.33
  • T21. Paul Casey – $171,200
  • T21. Laurie Canter – $171,200
  • T21. Cameron Tringale – $171,200
  • T21. Scott Vincent – $171,200
  • T21. Martin Kaymer – $171,200
  • T26. Jed Morgan – $160,000
  • T26. Brooks Koepka – $160,000
  • T26. Matt Jones – $160,000
  • T26. Carlos Ortiz – $160,000
  • T26. Marc Leishman – $160,000
  • T31. Phachara Khonogwatmai – $151,000
  • T31. Chase Koepka – $151,000
  • T31. Patrick Reed – $151,000
  • T31. Harold Varner III – $151,000
  • T35. Shergo Al Kurdi – $144,000
  • T35. Charl Schwartzel – $144,000
  • T35. Eugenio Chacarra – $144,000
  • 38. Sam Horsfield – $140,000
  • 39. Graeme McDowell – $138,000
  • T40. Phil Mickelson – $134,000
  • T40. Hudson Swafford – $134,000
  • T40. Shaun Norris – $134,000
  • 43. Wade Ormsby – $130,000
  • T44. Peter Uihlein – $127,000
  • T44. Adrian Otaegui – $127,000
  • 46. Turk Pettit – $124,000
  • 47. James Piot – $122,000
  • 48. Sihwan Kim – $120,000

Team Event

  • 1. 4 Aces (Gooch, Johnson, Perez, Reed) – $3,000,000
  • 2. Crushers (DeChambeau, Casey, Howell, Lahiri) – $1,500,000
  • 3. Majesticks (Westwood, Poulter, Horsfield, Al Kurdi) – $500,000

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  1. Earl

    Sep 6, 2022 at 11:08 am

    Are they allowing gimmies in this scramble ?

  2. jgpl001

    Sep 6, 2022 at 6:13 am

    LIV Tour? – I think the title says it all – latest LIV golf event….3 rounds of non-competitive, exhibition golf for lots of money.
    Who are the fools? – the public….for anyone stupid enough to watch this rubbish

  3. DJ

    Sep 5, 2022 at 11:17 pm

    This tour is getting real now…a few more top players.

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Tiger Woods reveals the best celebrity foursome he’s ever played with



With Capital One’s The Match set to take place this weekend, Tiger Woods was asked about the best celebrity foursome that he’s ever played a round with.

Tiger replied:

“[John] Smoltz, [Tom] Glavine and [Greg] Maddux when they were all pitching with the Braves. That was epic. I shot 62, 62 and lost money.”

The three pitchers combined to win seven National League Cy Young Awards in the 1990s and led the Atlanta Braves to a World Series win in 1995.

The 15-time major champion was also asked what his “dream foursome” would be, to which he replied: “It wouldn’t be a foursome. It would be my dad, myself and Charlie.”

Tiger’s father, Earl, passed away in 2006 and his son, Charlie, was born in 2009.

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Former NBA star turned college golfer J.R. Smith taking lessons from Tiger’s ex-coach



Former NBA player J.R. Smith is now taking golf lessons from Tiger Woods’ former coach, Chris Como.

The lessons can be seen on the new show “Private Lessons” on the premium subscription of GolfPass.

Of his lessons with Como, Smith said, “For me, I think the most appealing part (about taking a lesson from Como) was about like how fast the transition for him to understand. Like, obviously, everybody doesn’t think the same,” he added, “but to make to feel certain sensations in the golf swing.”

The two-time NBA Champion made $90 million as a basketball player but signed an NIL deal as a golfer in early 2022.

In addition to working with Tiger Woods and Smith, Como has also worked with Bryson DeChambeau, who won the 2020 U.S. Open under his guidance.

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LIV pro’s wife takes vicious swipe at Tiger Woods over his car accident



It’s been a year of drama and controversies in the golfing world, with the divide between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf showing no signs of improving.

Much of the bad blood between the two has played out off the course, and that is once again the case this week, as the wife of prominent LIV golfer Pat Perez, Ashley, took a vicious swipe at Tiger Woods over his single-car accident in 2021.

On Tuesday, Golf Balling shared a video on its Instagram account where Woods described his physical limitations following his car crash. In the comments, Ashley Perez decided to share her take, saying:

“Literally why driving under the influence is ILLEGAL. I don’t feel bad for him. Thank god he didn’t kill anyone. See ya.”

The comment has since been deleted, and it is not the first time Ashely has targeted PGA Tour golfers either. Back in September, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele and their respective partners took a trip to the Napa Valley, which they posted on Instagram.

However, the trip apparently did not impress Mrs Perez, who shared, before once again deleting, her take on the vacation:

It’s been a wild year for the Perez’s on and off the course. The 46-year-old LIV pro earned $8,024,167 with the breakaway tour in 2022, primarily thanks to being part of the 4 Aces GC team.

While off the course, Perez spoke about his deep ‘hate’ for Phil Mickelson, accusing Lefty of committing an “uncrossable and unforgivable act” against him.

Following this latest drama, it’s likely safe to say that any relationship Perez once had with Tiger may well now be a thing of the past.

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