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LIV Golf Invitational Series Bedminster — full breakdown of each player’s prize money

By Matt Smith
Henrik Stenson topped the leaderboard and the earnings list at Bedminster, New Jersey, for LIV Golf’s third event.

The Swede’s 11-under score over three days meant he took home the trophy and earned $4 million individually — with another $375,000 coming thanks to his quarter share of the team prize money.

His Majesticks team finished second behind Dustin Johnson’s 4 Aces, eight strokes back. DJ, Patrick Reed, Talor Gooch and Pat Perez finished on a collective 25-under and added $750,000 each to their earnings.

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Here is the final prize money from Bedminster

Individual event

1 Henrik Stenson, -11, $4,000,000
T2 Matthew Wolff, -9, $1,812,500
T2 Dustin Johnson, -9, $1,812,500
4 Carlos Ortiz, -8, $1,050,000
5 Patrick Reed, -7, $975,000
T6 Paul Casey, -4, $648,000
T6 Sergio Garcia, -4, $648,000
T6 Turk Pettit, -4, $648,000
T6 Lee Westwood, -4, $648,000
T6 Talor Gooch, -4, $648,000
T11 Brooks Koepka, -3, $495,000
T11 Martin Kaymer, -3, $495,000
T13 Branden Grace, -2, $293,333
T13 Ian Poulter, -2, $293,333
T13 Phachara Khongwatmai, -2, $293,333
16 Sam Horsfield, -1, $240,000
T17 Chase Koepka, E, $229,000
T17 Charl Schwartzel, E, $229,000
T19 Matt Jones, +1, $200,000
T19 Louis Oosthuizen, +1, $200,000
T19 Justin Harding, +1, $200,000
22 Travis Smyth, +2, $172,000
T23 Shaun Norris, +3, $168,000
T23 Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra, +3, $168,000
T23 Peter Uihlein, +3, $168,000
T26 Laurie Canter, +4, $160,000
T26 James Piot, +4, $160,000
T26 Jinichiro Kozuma, +4, $160,000
T26 Jason Kokrak, +4, $160,000
T26 Charles Howell III, +4, $160,000
T31 Hudson Swafford, +5, $151,000
T31 Pat Perez, +5, $151,000
T31 Bernd Wiesberger, +5, $151,000
T31 Bryson DeChambeau, +5, $151,000
35 Phil Mickelson, +6, $146,000
T36 Sadom Kaewkanjana, +7, $141,000
T36 Graeme McDowell, +7, $141,000
T36 Ryosuke Kinoshita, +7, $141,000
T36 Kevin Na, +7, $141,000
T40 Abraham Ancer, +8, $135,000
T40 Richard Bland, +8, $135,000
T42 David Puig, +9, $131,000
T42 Scott Vincent, +9, $131,000
T44 Hennie Du Plessis, +10, $127,000
T44 Yuki Inamori, +10, $127,000
46 Wade Ormsby, +11, $124,000
47 Hideto Tanihara, +12, $122,000
48 Jediah Morgan, +16, $120,000

Team event

1. 4 Aces -25, $3,000,000
2. Majesticks -17, $1,500,000
3. Fireballs -12, $500,000
4. Hy Flyers -9
5. Stinger -8
6. Crushers -4
7. Niblicks -4
8. Smash -2
9. Cleeks E
10. Iron Heads +3
11. Punch +7
12. Torque +10

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