Bryson Dischambeau (USA) was all smiles in the final match of the LIV Golf season.
DeChambeau led the Crushers to victory on the final day of the LIV Golf Team Championship ($50 million purse) at Trump National Doral Golf Club (par-72) in Miami, Florida, USA.
The Crushers captain shot a 5-under-par 67 on the day, while Anirban Lahiri (India) led the way by seven strokes.
With Charles Howell III (USA) at even par and Paul Casey (England) at 1-over, the Crushers combined for an 11-under-par 277 to beat the Rangers by two strokes.토토사이트
DeChambeau, Lahiri, Howell III and Casey earned $14 million for their victory.
Sixty percent of the team championship prize money is retained by the team and the remaining 40 percent is split among the players, which means that Deschambeau, Lahiri, Howell III, and Casey each received $1.4 million.
DeChambeau had won two individual LIV Golf events this year, and his Crushers team had three first-place finishes leading up to this final event.
The Rangers, captained by Bubba Watson (USA), finished in second place with an evenly matched team that didn’t shoot a single over-par and took home $8 million.
Team Talk, led by Joaquin Niemann (Chile), took third place with a 6-under-par 282 and $6 million, while Dustin Johnson’s (USA) Aces team, which won last year’s team championship, had to settle for fourth place and $4 million.
The LIV Golf Team Championship crowns four teams in singles and foursomes matches in rounds one and two, with stroke play totals determining the standings on the final day.