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Tour professional shares P.I.P. outcomes – and there’s upset winner


And the winner of the PGA Tour’s 2023 Participant Affect Program… Rory McIlroy.

McIlroy collected an additional $15 million by beating out Tiger Woods, who had received every of the primary two iterations of the bonus program, which was created in 2021 to reward the gamers who’ve the largest optimistic influence on the Tour’s enterprise. Woods obtained $12 million of the $100 million pool whereas Jon Rahm ($9 million), Jordan Spieth ($7.5 million) and Scottie Scheffler ($6 million) rounded out the highest 5.

The outcomes, despatched by way of e mail to gamers from Jason Gore, had been shared on Instagram by PGA Tour participant Nate Lashley.

The remainder of the highest 20: 6. Rickie Fowler, 7. Viktor Hovland, 8. Justin Thomas, 9. Tommy Fleetwood, 10. Max Homa, 11. Xander Schauffele, 12. Jason Day, 13. Tony Finau, 14. Collin Morikawa, 15. Matt Fitzpatrick, 16.. Wyndham Clark, 17. Cameron Younger, 18. Justin Rose, 19. Patrick Cantlay, 20. Brian Harman.

McIlroy was second final 12 months within the P.I.P., bringing in $12 million, however he reportedly needed to forfeit $3 million of that after skipping the RBC Heritage final April.

In his publish, Lashley, who completed No. 96 within the FedExCup this season, didn’t maintain again together with his opinions on this system: “What number of golf followers truly know what the PIP on the PGA Tour is? Would love to listen to from golf/PGA followers in the event that they suppose this $100 million was spent nicely? There’s 150-200 members of the PGA Tour and so they simply spent $100 million on 20 gamers. Appears somewhat ridiculous. Time for brand spanking new management on the PGA Tour. That is an absolute kick within the face to the remainder of the PGA Tour gamers.”

Subsequent 12 months the P.I.P. pool shall be lowered to $50 million with the winner taking residence $10 million and solely the highest 10 locations being paid out. The $50 million distinction, per the memo, will as a substitute be allotted to the FedExCup bonus pool ($100 million, up from $75 million this 12 months), Comcast Enterprise Tour High 10 ($40 million) and different participant packages.



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