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Monday, January 11, 2021

English win first title in 7 years, 1.3M Prize money in TOC Purse

Harris English win first title in 7 years since 2013 with 1.3M Prize money in Sentry TOC Purse 2021.



Harris English endured more than seven years without making the single PGA Tour wins, and he didn't bother going to an extra period to win the 2021 Sentry Tournament Champions on Sunday. 


English dropped a 10-foot eagle in regulation on the par-5 18th hole at Kapalua for a 4-under 69 to force a playoff with Joaquin Niemann, and finished it on the 18th with a 6-foot birdie.


 Now the 31-year-old from Georgia is in the top 20 in the country, and next year he assured his return to Kapalua. 


The Englishman claimed his third career and his first title since the OHL Classic in Mayakoba at the end of 2013, his second win of that year.





 The English returned to the game by having to run off four birdies in a five-hole stretch starting at No. 11, and he seemed to be in control until he attacked a back pin on the 16th, went over the green and made a bogey. 


He recovered quickly, first with a birdie on the 18th to catch Niemann at 25-under 267, then with a birdie to win.



Sentry Tournament Champions 2021: TOC Full breakdown of funds, total purse & Prize money to All  Players field. 


 Harris English won on the PGA Tour for the first time since 2013 at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. Here's a look at what English, who qualified for the field because he made the 2020 Tour Championship, and the rest of the players earned in prize money and FedExCup points:



Finish

Player

FedEx    

Earnings ($)

1

Harris English

500.00

1,340,000.00

2

Joaquin Niemann

300.00

782,000.00

3

Justin Thomas

190.00

490,000.00

4

Ryan Palmer

135.00

378,000.00

T5

Sungjae Im

105.00

280,500.00

T5

Xander Schauffele

105.00

280,500.00

T7

Bryson DeChambeau

85.00

199,333.34

T7

Collin Morikawa

85.00

199,333.33

T7

Jon Rahm

85.00

199,333.33

10

Daniel Berger

75.00

172,000.00

T11

Sergio Garcia

67.50

155,500.00

T11

Dustin Johnson

67.50

155,500.00

T13

Patrick Cantlay

56.25

125,250.00

T13

Lanto Griffin

56.25

125,250.00

T13

Scottie Scheffler

56.25

125,250.00

T13

Brendon Todd

56.25

125,250.00

T17

Abraham Ancer

48.00

92,000.00

T17

Martin Laird

48.00

92,000.00

T17

Sebastián Muñoz

48.00

92,000.00

T17

Webb Simpson

48.00

92,000.00

T21

Patrick Reed

41.00

75,000.00

T21

Adam Scott

41.00

75,000.00

T21

Michael Thompson

41.00

75,000.00

T24

Billy Horschel

34.00

63,200.00

T24

Kevin Kisner

34.00

63,200.00

T24

Marc Leishman

34.00

63,200.00

T24

Cameron Smith

34.00

63,200.00

T24

Richy Werenski

34.00

63,200.00

T29

Brian Gay

28.75

55,000.00

T29

Nick Taylor

28.75

55,000.00

T31

Cameron Champ

24.25

49,000.00

T31

Stewart Cink

24.25

49,000.00

T31

Tony Finau

24.25

49,000.00

T31

Viktor Hovland

24.25

49,000.00

T35

Jason Kokrak

20.50

43,000.00

T35

Hudson Swafford

20.50

43,000.00

37

Carlos Ortiz

19.00

41,000.00

T38

Andrew Landry

17.00

39,000.00

T38

Kevin Na

17.00

39,000.00

T38

Robert Streb

17.00

39,000.00

T41

Mackenzie Hughes

14.50

36,500.00

T41

Hideki Matsuyama

14.50

36,500.00







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