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Mayakoba payout: Kuchar over $45M in career

Mayakoba purse payout: Kuchar crosses $45M in career Tour earnings

Matt Kuchar and family
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Matt Kuchar earned his first PGA Tour win in over four years at the Mayakoba Golf Classic. With his $1.296 million payday, he became the 10th player in Tour history to exceed $45 million in career earnings (click here for career money list). Here's a look at how the purse was paid out in Mexico.

1.   Matt Kuchar 262  $1,296,000.00
2.   Danny Lee 263  $777,600.00
T3.   J.J. Spaun 265  $417,600.00
T3.   Richy Werenski 265  $417,600.00
5.   Brice Garnett 266  $288,000.00
T6.   Jim Furyk 267  $233,100.00
T6.   Pat Perez 267  $233,100.00
T6.   Scott Piercy 267  $233,100.00
T6.   Harold Varner III 267  $233,100.00
T10.   Cameron Champ 268  $165,600.00
T10.   Adam Hadwin 268  $165,600.00
T10.   Whee Kim 268  $165,600.00
T10.   Anirban Lahiri 268  $165,600.00
T10.   Aaron Wise 268  $165,600.00
15.   Emiliano Grillo 269  $129,600.00
T16.   Armando Favela 270  $108,000.00
T16.   Tony Finau 270  $108,000.00
T16.   Rickie Fowler 270  $108,000.00
T16.   Stephan Jaeger 270  $108,000.00
T16.   C.T. Pan 270  $108,000.00
T21.   Abraham Ancer 271  $74,880.00
T21.   Ryan Armour 271  $74,880.00
T21.   Jason Dufner 271  $74,880.00
T21.   Billy Horschel 271  $74,880.00
T21.   J.T. Poston 271  $74,880.00
T26.   Si Woo Kim 272  $55,440.00
T26.   Chez Reavie 272  $55,440.00
T26.   Vaughn Taylor 272  $55,440.00
T29.   Bud Cauley 273  $42,880.00
T29.   James Hahn 273  $42,880.00
T29.   Russell Henley 273  $42,880.00
T29.   Kramer Hickok 273  $42,880.00
T29.   Sung Kang 273  $42,880.00
T29.   Scott Langley 273  $42,880.00
T29.   Kyoung-Hoon Lee 273  $42,880.00
T29.   Steve Marino 273  $42,880.00
T29.   Seth Reeves 273  $42,880.00
T38.   Tyler Duncan 274  $32,400.00
T38.   Kelly Kraft 274  $32,400.00
T38.   Jhonattan Vegas 274  $32,400.00
T41.   Kevin Chappell 275  $25,200.00
T41.   Joel Dahmen 275  $25,200.00
T41.   Oscar Fraustro 275  $25,200.00
T41.   Brian Gay 275  $25,200.00
T41.   Jamie Lovemark 275  $25,200.00
T41.   Denny McCarthy 275  $25,200.00
T41.   Gary Woodland 275  $25,200.00
T48.   Dominic Bozzelli 276  $18,096.00
T48.   Cameron Davis 276  $18,096.00
T48.   J.B. Holmes 276  $18,096.00
T48.   Chris Kirk 276  $18,096.00
T48.   Adam Schenk 276  $18,096.00
T48.   Josh Teater 276  $18,096.00
54.   Sam Ryder 277  $16,704.00
T55.   Anders Albertson 278  $16,272.00
T55.   Patton Kizzire 278  $16,272.00
T55.   Jose de Jesus Rodriguez 278  $16,272.00
T55.   Rory Sabbatini 278  $16,272.00
T55.   Hudson Swafford 278  $16,272.00
T60.   Jonas Blixt 279  $15,696.00
T60.   Bill Haas 279  $15,696.00
T60.   Joaquin Niemann 279  $15,696.00
63.   Chase Wright 280  $15,408.00
64.   Sebastian Munoz 281  $15,264.00
T65.   Ernie Els 282  $14,976.00
T65.   Brandon Harkins 282  $14,976.00
T65.   Keith Mitchell 282  $14,976.00
T68.   Scott Brown 284  $14,544.00
T68.   Harris English 284  $14,544.00
T68.   Brian Harman 284  $14,544.00
71.   Matt Jones 288  $14,256.00
72.   Shintaro Ban 290  $14,112.00

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Muni He: Instagram sensation

Muni He: Instagram sensation and LPGA card holder

Muni He
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Muni He isn’t teeing it up at the Blue Bay LPGA in China this week, but she’ll be looking to play her way to her homeland next year.

He, who goes by the first name “Lily,” is the newest Chinese player to break through and earn LPGA membership, coming through Q-Series last week.

But she may already be the most popular, if you are judging solely by Instagram followers.

Shanshan Feng is the highest ranked and most accomplished LPGA player from China, but He’s 161,000 Instagram followers dwarf Feng’s 4,000 followers.

With her cover-girl looks, He’s regular Instagram glamor posts have helped the LPGA rookie-to-be build an Instagram following greater than most of the tour’s proven stars. He doesn’t have as many followers as Michelle Wie (489,000) or Lexi Thompson (371,000), but she already has more than Paula Creamer (158,000), Jessica Korda (111,000) and Danielle Kang (107,000), and she’s just shy of catching Natalie Gulbis (180,000).



Make no mistake, though, He also has game.

A former USC standout, He won on the Symetra Tour earlier this year and finished T-27 at Q-Series to earn LPGA membership. She advanced along with China’s Jing Yan and Xiyu Lin, who reclaimed their LPGA status. Ruixin Liu will join He as an LPGA rookie next year after becoming the first Chinese player to win the Symetra Tour money title this season. 

While He was born in Chengdu, China, she truly is one of the LPGA’s global players. She attended elementary school in Vancouver, Canada, and then moved to the United States, where she attended Torrey Pines High School in suburban San Diego. She now lives in Los Angeles.

Her father is in the hotel and restaurant business.

He advanced through Q-Series with the help of Ted Oh, her swing coach, whose LPGA clients include Lydia Ko and Ayako Uehara.

“Ted really helped me gain the confidence to take my game up a few levels,” He said.

A novel approach helped He make it through Q-Series. She said she didn’t look to see where she stood on the leaderboard before, during or after any of the eight rounds of the final stage of the LPGA’s qualifying tournament.

“I didn’t know I made it until everyone started congratulating when we were all done,” He told GolfChannel.com just moments after she came off the course Saturday at Pinehurst No. 7. “It’s the first time I’ve ever done that, not look where I stand on the leaderboard.

“I came feeling anxious, and I think not looking helped me.”

How difficult was that? With family and friends around her after every round?

“I told everyone before Q-Series that I didn’t want to know where I stood, but it was hard, with everyone looking at their phones after every round to see the scores,” He said. “I just had to look away.”

Halfway through Q-Series, He said her father slipped up and told her where she stood.

“I had to remind him, and he said, ‘You are right, I will respect your decision,’” He said. “Both my parents have been so supportive.”

In Oh, He gets a coach who rolls up his sleeves and actually shows his players how to hit shots. She loves it.

“I was with Lily in practice from morning to dark for weeks getting ready for Q-Series,” Oh said. “I told her it takes discipline, hard work and focus to get to the next level.

“I told her [after arriving at Q-Series] that other girls may be bigger than she is, more talented, but nobody would be more prepared.”

Or have more Instagram followers, for that matter.

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Kuchar hangs on at Mayakoba for first win since 2014

It got a little closer than he had hoped, but in the end Matt Kuchar did just enough to win the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his first victory since 2014.

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Kuchar: 'My 2018 wasn't what I wanted ... this is a high note'

Matt Kuchar was not excited about his performance in 2018 until he 
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Emotional Westwood ends victory drought at Nedbank

Emotional Westwood ends victory drought at Nedbank

Lee Westwood wins the 2018 Nedbank Golf Challenge
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The longevity afforded by a professional golf career can work both ways.

On one hand, there's the uplifting notion that any single week can go your way. That the right set of circumstances can turn back the clock and unveil a direct path to the fountain of youth. But that brimming optimism also means that players rarely know that the last win is, in fact, the last one in the moment.

Such was the case with Lee Westwood. The former world No. 1 has had a decorated career, and when he won the 2014 Maybank Malaysian Open he was still a staple among the top players in the world. But then his form began to slip, and the Englishman endured a messy divorce. His focus drifted off the course as the birthdays of his mid-40s added up.

So when Westwood arrived at this week's Nedbank Golf Challenge, he retained hope that he could contend but had also come to the realization that his win in Malaysia more than four years ago could very well have been his last European Tour triumph. But after closing with a whirlwind 64 to overtake Sergio Garcia, Westwood suddenly found himself back in the winner's circle at age 45.

"I'm a bit emotional, to be honest," Westwood told reporters. "You're never sure whether you're going to be able to do it again."

Westwood's career has been in transition mode this year. He failed to qualify for the Masters for the first time since 2004, and after falling out of the top 50 in the world rankings he lost his usual spots in the other majors. While he played The Open, an MDF at the Houston Open turned out to be his only start in the U.S. this year.

As the summer progressed, Westwood's focus increasingly narrowed on the European Ryder Cup effort, where he served as a vice captain to Thomas Bjorn with a captaincy of his own expected in the not-so-distant future. The team win in France brought back a grin that Westwood hasn't worn often since finishing runner-up to Danny Willett at the 2016 Masters.

Westwood, whose last worldwide win came at the Asian Tour's Indonesian Masters in April 2015, slipped as far as 125th in the world rankings in August.

But a T-5 finish three weeks ago in Spain indicated the game was still there, and Sunday Westwood torched Gary Player Country Club with six birdies and an eagle, turning a three-shot deficit into a three-shot win over Garcia after putting the tournament out of reach with birdies on Nos. 16 and 17.

"Until now my emotions have felt really under control all day, which is what I've been working hard on," Westwood said. "I've got a bit of a process that I'm going through with my golf swing, and I'm starting to see better shots. The 7-iron into 17 is probably one of the best shots I've ever hit."

After the round, Westwood celebrated and savored the breakthrough moment like it could be his last rendezvous with a trophy. But the form he flashed in the final round is proof that a turnaround can lurk just one week away, even for those whose biggest achievements are behind them.

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Kuchar goes from 'hola to aloha' with Mayakoba win

 

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Moments after winning the Mayakoba Golf Classic, Matt Kuchar knew he had some travel plans to book.

"My 2018 wasn't what I wanted out of 2018, but this is certainly a high note," Kuchar said. "To get a win in Mexico, and go from 'hola' to 'aloha,' going to Hawaii, I can't wait to go."

Kuchar had suffered through an otherwise disappointing year, dropping from 15th to 40th in the world rankings while recording only one top-5 finish.

But that all changed this week outside Cancun, where the veteran went wire-to-wire for his first PGA Tour win since the 2014 RBC Heritage.


Full-field scores from the Mayakoba Golf Classic

Mayakoba Golf Classic: Articles, photos and videos


It's the eighth win of his career, and it also means that Kuchar is heading back to the winners-only Sentry Tournament of Champions to kick off 2019.

Kuchar recorded four top-10 finishes at Kapalua between 2010-13, highlighted by a third-place showing in 2010, but he hasn't gotten a shot at the Plantation Course since 2015.

After holding off Danny Lee by a shot in Mexico, he'll start the new year in Maui in just a few weeks.

"I've been hitting it beautifully. I felt really good, it was just a matter of having some putts go in," Kuchar said. "Golf's such a funny game. It's hard to predict when it's going to come around. Normally I tend to gradually grow bit by bit, and kind of have a couple top-10s and then contend. But to have a 60th-place finish (in Las Vegas) and then a win is amazing.

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Matt Kuchar at the 2018 Mayakoba Golf Classic
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Moments after winning the Mayakoba Golf Classic, Matt Kuchar knew he had some travel plans to book.

"My 2018 wasn't what I wanted out of 2018, but this is certainly a high note," Kuchar said. "To get a win in Mexico, and go from 'hola' to 'aloha,' going to Hawaii, I can't wait to go."

Kuchar had suffered through an otherwise disappointing year, dropping from 15th to 40th in the world rankings while recording only one top-5 finish.

But that all changed this week outside Cancun, where the veteran went wire-to-wire for his first PGA Tour win since the 2014 RBC Heritage.


Full-field scores from the Mayakoba Golf Classic

Mayakoba Golf Classic: Articles, photos and videos


It's the eighth win of his career, and it also means that Kuchar is heading back to the winners-only Sentry Tournament of Champions to kick off 2019.

Kuchar recorded four top-10 finishes at Kapalua between 2010-13, highlighted by a third-place showing in 2010, but he hasn't gotten a shot at the Plantation Course since 2015.

After holding off Danny Lee by a shot in Mexico, he'll start the new year in Maui in just a few weeks.

"I've been hitting it beautifully. I felt really good, it was just a matter of having some putts go in," Kuchar said. "Golf's such a funny game. It's hard to predict when it's going to come around. Normally I tend to gradually grow bit by bit, and kind of have a couple top-10s and then contend. But to have a 60th-place finish (in Las Vegas) and then a win is amazing."

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