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  1. kiwiqpr

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    How much was the cheque for coming second
     
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    Win: Justin Thomas, 274/-14, $2,700,000

    2: Lee Westwood, 275/-13, $1,635,000

    T-3: Bryson DeChambeau, 276/-12, $885,000

    T-3: Brian Harman, 276/-12, $885,000

    T-5: Paul Casey, 277/-11, $579,375

    T-5: Talor Gooch, 277/-11, $579,375

    7: Corey Conners, 278/-10, $506,250

    8: Shane Lowry, 279/-9, $468,750

    T-9: Daniel Berger, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-9: Matthew Fitzpatrick, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-9: Sergio Garcia, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-9: Charles Howell III, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-9: Si Woo Kim, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-9: Jason Kokrak, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-9: Victor Perez, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-9: Jon Rahm, 280/-8, $339,375

    T-17: Charley Hoffman, 281/-7, $221,250

    T-17: Sungjae Im, 281/-7, $221,250

    T-17: Ryan Palmer, 281/-7, $221,250

    T-17: Cameron Smith, 281/-7, $221,250

    MORE: The clubs that Justin Thomas used to win the Players

    21: Will Zalatoris, 282/-6, $183,750

    T-22: Dylan Frittelli, 283/-5, $135,964.29

    T-22: Tyler McCumber, 283/-5, $135,964.29

    T-22: J.T. Poston, 283/-5, $135,964.29

    T-22: Patrick Reed, 283/-5, $135,964.29

    T-22: Abraham Ancer, 283/-5, $135,964.28

    T-22: Tom Hoge, 283/-5, $135,964.28

    T-22: Adam Long, 283/-5, $135,964.28

    T-29: Keegan Bradley, 284/-4, $96,125

    T-29: Doug Ghim, 284/-4, $96,125

    T-29: Adam Hadwin, 284/-4, $96,125

    T-29: Harry Higgs, 284/-4, $96,125

    T-29: Joaquin Niemann, 284/-4, $96,125

    T-29: Cameron Percy, 284/-4, $96,125

    T-35: Jason Day, 285/-3, $73,125

    T-35: Lanto Griffin, 285/-3, $73,125

    T-35: Patton Kizzire, 285/-3, $73,125

    T-35: Phil Mickelson, 285/-3, $73,125

    T-35: Ryan Moore, 285/-3, $73,125

    T-35: Brendon Todd, 285/-3, $73,125

    MORE: How to pick your favorite PGA Tour player

    T-41: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, 286/-2, $53,250

    T-41: James Hahn, 286/-2, $53,250

    T-41: Zach Johnson, 286/-2, $53,250

    T-41: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, 286/-2, $53,250

    T-41: Collin Morikawa, 286/-2, $53,250

    T-41: Louis Oosthuizen, 286/-2, $53,250

    T-41: Brendan Steele, 286/-2, $53,250

    T-48: Dustin Johnson, 287/-1, $38,035.72

    T-48: Adam Scott, 287/-1, $38,035.72

    T-48: Michael Thompson, 287/-1, $38,035.72

    T-48: Lucas Glover, 287/-1, $38,035.71

    T-48: Chris Kirk, 287/-1, $38,035.71

    T-48: Jordan Spieth, 287/-1, $38,035.71

    T48: Nick Taylor, 287/-1, $38,035.71

    T-55: Ryan Armour, 288/E, $34,950

    T-55: Matt Jones, 288/E, $34,950

    T-55: Denny McCarthy, 288/E, $34,950

    T-58: Kramer Hickok, 289/+1, $34,050

    T-58: Billy Horschel, 289/+1, $34,050

    T-58: Brian Stuard, 289/+1, $34,050

    T-61: Scott Brown, 290/+2, $33,000

    T-61: Scott Harrington, 290/+2, $33,000

    T-61: Harold Varner III, 290/+2, $33,000

    T-61: Jhonattan Vegas, 290/+2, $33,000

    T-65: Patrick Rodgers, 291/+3, $32,100

    T-65: Aaron Wise, 291/+3, $32,100

    T-67: Russell Knox, 292/+4, $31,500

    T-67: Rory Sabbatini, 292/+4, $31,500

    T-69: Martin Laird, 293/+5, $30,900

    T-69: Scott Piercy, 293/+5, $30,900

    71: Nate Lashley, 294/+6, $30,450
     
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    Don’t think it’s desire, he wouldn’t be playing week in and week out without it. Really think it’s self confidence with Westwood. He’s always lacked that killer instinct. His golf game has always been rock solid but his putting was never good enough. The change to the claw grip seems to be working a treat. Hopefully his confidence continues to grow and he wins a major.



     
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    Matsuyama is looking home and dry in the Masters, five shots clear with 8 to play. His nearest challenger is rookie Will Zalatoris, who looks like he must be eight stone wringing wet. How refreshing.
     
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    6 ahead now......matsuyama striking the ball really well and looks in complete control of his game....
     
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  6. Quite Possibly Raving

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    Zalatoris one to watch in the future. Born in 1996 :emoticon-0108-speec
     
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    This could be getting interesting...
     
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    The lead is 2, 3 holes to play
     
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    Schauffele dumps it in the water on 16
     
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    Quite Possibly Raving Well-Known Member

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    Disappointing. Just when it was looking to be a great finish.
     
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    Matsuyama leads by 2, 2 holes to play,
    Zalatoris posts -9
    Schauffele drops 3 strokes at 16,drops to -7
     
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    Well done to Matsuyama, l thought Zalatoris played extremely well for a youngster and commiserations to Schauffele, one shot costs him everything.
     
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