Wes Short, Jr. $5,294,665: 92: Al Geiberger: $5,286,907: 93: Lonnie Nielsen: $5,254,847: 94: Marco Dawson: $5,149,088: 95: Scott Simpson: $5,051,698: 96: Larry Mize: $4,962,078: 97: Rocky … It’s Short’s (69-66-69) second runner-up of the season and now has four top-5 finishes this year and 10 top-25s. Playing on a Major Medical Extension, made three PGA TOUR starts, missing the cut in his first two events. If you guessed Patrick Cantlay, you’re correct. Short was born, raised and has lived his entire life in Austin, Texas.He attended the University of Texas.He is married to Gail Elizabeth Hardy. T-37: Russell Henley, -13, $33,320 70: Keegan Bradley, -4, $14,490 76: Isaiah Salinda, +4, $13,650. 73: Bo Hoag, -2, $14,070 1, Ernie Els, $1,359,816. And in looking at the all-time money leaders at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, we have a pretty good “another.”. Did you know you can save your preferences across all your digital devices and platforms simply by creating a profile? Short made a short birdie putt on the final hole to win the Shaw Charity Classic by one stroke on Sunday. different web browser. Footer About The 2019 Shaw Charity Classic final leaderboard is headed by winner Wes Short, Jr., who picked up the win with an incredible final-hole break at Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club in … Also played in seven Korn Ferry Tour tournaments. Finished runner-up at the 3M Championship and posted two additional finishes in the top 10 to finish the year No. T-55: Jim Furyk, -10, $16,240 learn more. Former TOUR winner limited to 12 starts, suffering a back injury in the second round of the EDS Byron Nelson Championship. 10/16/05 -- Wes Short, Jr. parred the second playoff hole Sunday to defeat Jim Furyk and earn his first PGA Tour win at the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas. T-48: Kyle Stanley, -11, $18,330 T-9: Denny McCarthy, -18, $183,750 Then Wes Short Jr. -- and perhaps fate -- intervened. Looking at the history of the purse at the Vegas stop, recent winners/contenders are naturally going to be the top earners. T-48: Russell Knox, -11, $18,330 Diagnosed as a sprain but unable to play the rest of the season. Would you like to get started? PGA TOUR, PGA TOUR Champions, and the Swinging Golfer design are registered trademarks. Follow your favorite pro golfers at CBSSports.com. T-18: Chesson Hadley, -15, $75,377.28 T-42: Doc Redman, -12, $25,550 Short Jr. atop tight leaderboard in Champions. For the best website experience, we recommend updating your browser. Wes Short Jr. hits his second shot on the final hole of the Shaw Chartiy Classic on Sunday. T-7: Webb Simpson, -19, $227,500 Since he debuted on the PGA TOUR Champions in August 2012 at the Boeing Classic, the Savannah, Georgia native has totaled $4,006,966 in career PGA TOUR Champions earnings. T-13: Ryan Moore, -17, $137,083.33 T-29: Nick Taylor, -14, $43,900 Miguel Angel Jimenez is a professional golfer from Spain. The 2017 Mitsubishi Electric Classic is scheduled for April 10-16, 2017 at TPC Sugarloaf. Took full advantage of his exempt status from the 2013 National Qualifying School, posting seven top-10 finishes, six of them coming after July. T-7: Brian Gay, -19, $227,500 T-63: Peter Uihlein, -7, $15,260 Finished his rookie season 18th on the money list, with earnings of more than $900,000. Turned in a solid second season on the PGA TOUR Champions, playing in all 24 events during the year and collecting seven top-10s. 4, Miguel Angel Jiménez, $1,120,079. T-18: Lanto Griffin, -15, $75,377.27 See Wes Short bio, stats, news, rankings, notes, pictures, videos and more information on the PGA golfer at FOX Sports. Jerry Kelly, $64,000 69-68-69—206. 18 in the standings. T-63: Jason Kokrak, -7, $15,260 Carded six top-10s and a victory at the Shaw Charity Classic en route to an 18th-place finish in the Charles Schwab Cup. This comes despite Cantlay having played in the tournament just twice (2017 and 2018). T-9: Joel Dahmen, -18, $183,750 CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Wes Short Jr. took full advantage of a fortunate bounce. 11 in Final Round Scoring Average (70.0) and No. Lists Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson as his heroes. 67: Chase Koepka, -6, $14,910 T-18: Matthew NeSmith, -15, $75,377.27 Win: Kevin, Na, -23, $1,260,000 Needing a birdie to win and a par to force a playoff, Short hit his second shot on the par-5 18th short of a green fronted by a lake. T-55: Si Woo Kim, -10, $16,240 © 2020 PGA TOUR, Inc | All Rights Reserved. T-16: Hideki Matsuyama, -16, $117,250 T-13: Luke List, -17, $137,083.33 125 earnings of $785,180). © 2020 DISCOVERY GOLF, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2019 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, USE OF AND/OR REGISTRATION ON ANY PORTION OF THIS SITE CONSTITUTES ACCEPTANCE OF OUR. T-37: Carlos Ortiz, -13, $33,320 5, Scott Parel, $1,031,908. This year, they played for a total purse of $7 million with the winner collecting $1.26 million. 1, Bernhard Langer, $1,493,737. T-29: Kevin Tway, -14, $43,900 Made the cut in 17 of 28 events on the 2003 Korn Ferry Tour, with seven top-10s. T-29: Sung Kang, -14, $43,900 Wes Short, Jr., $98,000 67-69-69—205. T-48: Brandt Snedeker, -11, $18,330 Finished No. They have one daughter together, Elizabeth Ann Short. That’s just fine with the 55-year-old, who pounced late on Sunday afternoon, making three birdies over the … Wes Short Jr. shot a 67 on Saturday and takes a 1-shot lead into the final round of the Mitsubishi Electric Classic, with Colin Montgomerie, Todd Hamilton and Mark O'Meara tied for second. T-18: Sam Ryder, -15, $75,377.27, RELATED: Phil Mickelson's slicing shot from a gravel lie is the first must-see recovery of the new PGA Tour season, T-29: Brendan Steele, -14, $43,900 Wes Short Jr. is the latest champion on the aptly … Received a Major Medical Extension for 2005. T-55: Fabián Gómez, -10, $16,240 T-37: Aaron Baddeley, -13, $33,320 Furyk also has a runner-up finish (losing a playoff to Wes Short Jr. in 2005) and three other top-10 performances in 15 career appearances entering the week. T-18: Daniel Berger, -15, $75,377.27 PHOENIX (AP) — Kevin Sutherland hit a sand wedge to inches on the par-5 18th for one last birdie on a windy Saturday afternoon in the desert at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Sarasota, FL, United States. Tournament: Bay Hill Invitational Presented by MasterCardHost: Arnold PalmerEnding: March 19, 2006Purse: $5,500,000Course: Bay Hill Club & LodgePar: 72Winner: Rod PamplingRod Pampling earns second PGA TOUR victory in his 121st career start on the TOUR at the age of 36 years, 5 months and 26 days -- 2004 INTERNATIONAL, 2006 Bay Hill Invitational Presented by MasterCard. T-42: Adam Scott, -12, $25,550, RELATED: The clubs that won Kevin Na the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, T-48: John Huh, -11, $18,330 There are any number of numbers that demonstrate the exponential increases in prize money on the PGA Tour in the last two decades (Thanks, Tiger! Made five of 15 PGA TOUR cuts and did not clear his Major Medical Extension. Not surprisingly, Furyk entered the week as the leader in career money earned in the event at $2,314,418.75. 5 in Third Round Scoring Average (69.17), No. Withdrew from the Buick Invitational in February which ended his season, as he continued to suffer from a back injury. Only two players in the standings without a win are higher than Short – … Rookie season on TOUR was limited to 12 events due to back injury. T-74: Scottie Scheffler, -1, $13,860 Led the Tour in eagles with 17. 10, Kirk Triplett, 77.66%. Sutherland led by five shots over Wes Short Jr. after a second-round 64, but he labored through his final round. T-42: Mark Hubbard, -12, $25,550 5, Jerry Kelly, $930,348. Ranked No. Wrapped up the season No. T-18: Kristoffer Ventura, -15, $75,377.27 Made the cut in 12 of 26 events and wound up No. Granted Major Medical Extension. Won a career-best $981,961 and finished 19th on the money list. T-71: Danny Lee, -3, $14,280 Cut Notes: 75 players at 4-over-par 148 from a field of 105 professionals and 1 amateur. To watch in a smaller size, scroll down while your video is playing. T-68: Charles Howell III, -5, $14,700 T-63: Troy Merritt, -7, $15,260 Career earnings of PGA Tour players. City Plays From. 11 in Putting Average (1.748). 61: Phil Mickelson, -9, $15,750 Turned professional in 1987 and worked as a club professional in the Austin area before becoming a touring pro in 1997. He rallied to make a 25-foot putt on No. 4, Miguel Angel Jiménez, $992,329. T-18: Andrew Putnam, -15, $75,377.27 T-74: Charley Hoffman, -1, $13,860 T-42: Robby Shelton, -12, $25,550 Miguel Angel Jimenez will be making his 707th European Tour start, breaking the long-standing record of former Ryder Cup captain Sam Torrance. As of the end of the 2018 season, he has earned just under five million dollars in his PGA Tour Champions career ($4,997,332). 2, Ernie Els, $1,466,838. T-37: Ryan Palmer, -13, $33,320 The official PGA TOUR profile of Wes Short, Jr.. PGA TOUR stats, video, photos, results, and career highlights. T-29: Ben Taylor, -14, $43,900 He moves from #12 to #7 in the Charles Schwab Cup standings with $735,818 in earnings. Did not make a PGA TOUR start as he continued to recover from a back injury. Moved up three spots on the final money list from 24th to 21st and qualified for the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the third year in succession. Furyk also has a runner-up finish (losing a playoff to Wes Short Jr. in 2005) and three other top-10 performances in 15 career appearances entering the … And in the three years Furyk won his titles, the total purse was just $1.5 million, $2 million and $2.5 million, respectively. Get the PGA Tour schedule, results, rumors and more on NBCSports.com. T-55: Bronson Burgoon, -10, $16,240 Bernhard Langer, $64,000 67-70-69—206. ), but there is always room for another. Tom Lehman, $64,000 … T-4: Bryson DeChambeau, -20, $294,583.34 And with Cantlay’s second-straight runner-up showing on Sunday at TPC Summerlin, the 27-year-old former college player of the year at UCLA banked $763,000 to jump over Furyk, who made the cut but finished T-55, earning a scant $16,100. Played in only two tournaments in 2001 on the Nationwide Tour, making one cut. T-55: Gary Woodland, -10, $16,240 T-48: Chris Stroud, -11, $18,330 Season earnings of $925,192 was a career-best on PGA TOUR Champions. 30 on the money list, with $146,997. The overall purse at the Warren Golf Course at Notre Dame was $4 million with winner Steve Sticker taking home $700,000 for his victory Information on players includes yearly results, profile information, a skills gauge, equipment information and much more. 2, Bernhard Langer, $1,241,987. Here’s the Shriners prize money payout for every player who made the cut this week. Due to a lingering back injury, did not make a start on the PGA TOUR. Wesley Earl Short Jr. (born December 4, 1963) is an American professional golfer who has played on the PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, and PGA Tour Champions. T-55: Scott Stallings, -10, $16,240 T-29: Beau Hossler, -14, $43,900 3, Kevin Sutherland, $1,226,807. about 1666 days ago | Associated Press; Nevada club pro Smith tied for Senior PGA lead T-71: Talor Gooch, -3, $14,280 Missed Cut: Wes Short, Jr (79-70-MC), Charles Howell III (74-75-MC), Tom Pernice, Jr (73-76-MC), John Cook (74-75-MC), Fred Couples (69-80-MC), Jeff Maggert (73-76-MC), Mark Hesby (77-72-MC), Steve Jones(73-76-MC), Jason Gore (77-72-MC), Jesper Parnevik (76-73-MC), Bill Haas (78-72-MC), Todd Hamilton … 3: Pat Perez, -21, $483,000 T-29: Matt Jones, -14, $43,900 Scott Dunlap soars into the winners circle at Boeing Classic. T-4: Brian Stuard, -20, $294,583.33 Born, raised and has lived his entire life in Austin, Texas. But who was second to Furyk on the Vegas money list? Season earnings of $925,192 was a career-best on PGA TOUR Champions. 62: Nate Lashley, -8, $15,610 His second shot on the par 5 18th hole at Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club just cleared the water before bouncing off a rock and onto the green. T-68: James Hahn, -5, $14,700 T-13: Cameron Smith, -17, $137,083.34 Please upgrade to Internet Explorer 11 or use a T-37: Maverick McNealy, -13, $33,320 3, Scott Parel, $1,004,498. It appears your browser may be outdated. Wes Short Jr. was quietly lurking on the leader board heading into the final round of the Shaw Charity Classic, just one stroke off the pace but not the name most were paying attention to. CALGARY, Alberta -- Wes Short Jr. took full advantage of a fortunate bounce. T-4: Adam Hadwin, -20, $294,583.33 (In 2000, a year after Furyk’s last win, the purse jumped to $4 million.). The latest stats, facts, news and notes on Wes Short, Jr. of the golf T-29: Jack Trent, -14, Amateur Tournament Results Season: Select 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2020 PGA Season Overview The PGA Tour’s stop in Las Vegas has been around since 1983. In 2014, the overall prize money payout jumped from $4.5 million to $6 million. Mind you, those two starts resulted in a win and runner-up, which earned him $1.98 million. T-63: John Oda, -7, $15,260 The total nearly matches his career PGA TOUR earnings of $4,660,569. Wes Short Jr. finishes hot for win at Quebec Championship. T-18: Brian Harman, -15, $75,377.28 Cites his father as giving him his start in golf. T-9: Lucas Glover, -18, $183,750 T-18: Matt Every, -15, $75,377.28 T-42: Patton Kizzire, -12, $25,550 Short made a short birdie putt on the final hole to win the … T-18: Matthew Wolff, -15, $75,377.28 T-18: Adam Schenk, -15, $75,377.27 25, Wes Short, Jr., $390,764. 5, Paul Broadhurst, 79.69%. Did not play on TOUR for the third consecutive year. Advanced to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the fifth consecutive year and ended the season with a T3 finish, his best of 2018. Short closed with a 67. ... Career Earnings. 65 on the 2002 money list. His 2019 season produced very similar results to 2018, with a total of eight top-10 finishes, his highest being at the Regions Tradition (tied for second place), and earning just under 950,000 dollars for the season, to finish in the top 25 of the Charles Schwab Cup standings. T-42: Collin Morikawa, -12, $25,550 T-48: Harold Varner III, -11, $18,330 217 in the FedExCup standings. Will have 12 events to earn $743,061 and continue to play under the Major Medical Extension category for the remainder of the 2013 season (combined with 2007 earnings of $42,119 to equal 2007's No.