Schaeffler breaks Mickelson’s prize money record for 30 years

February 14, 2023 0 Comments

Scotty Scheffler won the PGA Tour WM Phoenix Open for the second consecutive time, surpassing Phil Mickelson (above the United States), the leader of Arizona, and rising to the top prize money in the tournament.

Schaeffler won the tournament held on the 13th (Korean time) at TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course (par 71, 7261 yards) in Arizona, USA, and received $3.6 million in prize 토토사이트money, making his first four appearances, bringing the cumulative prize money to $1.705,341 until last year. totaled $5,305,341.

According to the statistics of the Thunderbird Foundation, the organizer of the tournament, Mickelson’s record of 30 appearances in this tournament alone, the most appearances and three wins (1996, 2005, 2013) and a cumulative prize money of $4,198,677 is Schaeffler, which blows into the Nevada desert. was buried by the typhoon of

Phoenix Open career prize money rankings [Data = Thunderbird Foundation]

Schaeffler won four wins in the first half of the Masters alone after winning his first career victory over Patrick Cantley (USA) last year in a three-hole playoff. The $1.314 million he received at the time has more than doubled this year.

The tournament, which had been held with a total prize money of 8.2 million dollars until last year, was upgraded to 17 premium events this year, and the total prize money jumped to 20 million dollars (24.9 billion won), which became a decisive factor in Schaeffler’s becoming the career prize money champion.

Rickie Fowler (USA), who added a hole-in-one on the 7th hole on the last day, finished in a tie for 10th place in his 15th appearance, adding $485,000 and accumulating $3,755,913, moving up one notch to third place in his career.

Hideki Matsuyama (Japan), who has played 10 times so far this year and won two wins in overtime in both 2016 and 2017, tied for 29th place and added $137,000 in prize money to 373. It rose to $8,914, but the career prize money fell one notch to fourth place.

Justin Thomas (USA), who took 18th place in career prize money ($1.451 million), who participated in the 9th, also took 4th place and received $980,000 and jumped to 8th place with a prize money of $2.43 million. While finishing third, she received 1.38 million dollars, more than last year’s prize money, and rose to the top 10 with a cumulative prize money of 2.284 million dollars.

Nick Taylor (Canada), who finished second alone this year, also received 2.18 million dollars in prize money, more than last year’s prize money, and entered the top 10 in total prize money.

On the other hand, Brooks Koepka (USA), who won two wins in 2021 following his first win in 2015, is ranked fifth with a cumulative prize money of $2.93 million in five appearances. However, since he moved to Liv Golf last year, he can no longer participate in this tournament.

Bubba Watson, who is ranked 7th in career prize money, and Kevin Na (above, USA), who is ranked 15th, also moved to Liv, and will no longer be seen in popular competitions where the world’s largest galleries gather.

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