American Express, how much did they earn

$8,400,000 was at stake in La Quinta (California) for the 3rd tournament of the 2024 PGA Tour season.

by Andrea Gussoni
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American Express, how much did they earn
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$8,400,000 was at stake in La Quinta (California) for the 3rd tournament of the 2024 PGA Tour season. If the amateur Nick Dunlap does not pocket the 1.5 million promised to the winner, it is his runner-up, the South African Christiaan Bezuidenhout, who makes the good accounting deal.

His banker too! 39th in this Amex, Matthieu Pavon and Paul Barjon settle for 34,020 dollars (31,249 euros).

American Express, numbers

Here is the complete breakdown of $8.4 million at stake during this American Express 2024: 1st.

Nick Dunlap (a): $0 2nd. Christiaan Bezuidenhout: $1,512,000 (1,388,664 euros) 3rd. Kevin Yu, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas: $635,600 (583,699 euros) 6th. Michael Kim, Adam Hadwin, Sam Burns: $310,800 9th. Keith Mitchell, Ben Griffin: $254,100 11th.

Ryo Hiatsune*, Alexander Bjork*, J.T. Poston: $212,100 14th. Bronson Burgoon, Chan Kim, Jimmy Stanger: $164,400 17th. Greyson Sigg, Tom Hoge, Carson Young, Scottie Scheffler: $132,300 21st. Alex Smalley, Min Woo Lee, Davis Thompson, Eric Cole: $99,120 25th.

Erik van Rooyen, Tony Finau, Alex Noren, Zach Johnson, Sungjae Im, K.H. Lee, Chandler Phillips, Austin Eckroat, Si Woo Kim: $63,980 34th. Tyler Duncan, Vince Whaley, Joe Highsmith, Will Zalatoris, Jason Day: $45,780 39th. Matthieu Pavon*, Paul Barjon, Wyndham Clark, Justin Lower, Harrison Endycott, Daniel Berger, Jacob Bridgeman, Lanto Griffin: $34,020 47th.

Mark Hubbard, Chris Kirk, Beau Hossler, Andrew Putnam, Ben Kohles: $23,704.80 52nd. Erik Barnes, Stephan Jaeger, Chez Reavie, Patrick Cantlay: $20,454 56th. Max Greyserman, Yuxin Lin, Chesson Hadley, Ben Martin, Matt NeSmith: $19,404 61st.

Taylor Montgomery: $18,900 62nd. Zac Blair, Camilo Villegas, Sam Ryder: $18,564 65th. Nico Echavarria, Sam Stevens: $18,144 67th. Will Gordon: $17,892 In bold, French golfers *Players from the ten spots of the 2023 Race of the DP World Tour The rules of golf are relatively complicated compared to other sports because they are applied outdoors, close to nature and animals.

Respect for the rules is a basic element in the game of golf, which, almost always based on the self-control and free conscience of the players, often sees distorted results, consciously at times, but often unconsciously or through carelessness, due to non-compliance on the part of many players of the game rules.

In addition to rules, golf adheres to a code of conduct, known as etiquette, which generally means playing the round with due respect for the golf course and other players. Etiquette is an essential component of this sport.

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