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Hero World Challenge payouts and points: Scottie Scheffler earns $1M

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    Written by Rob Bolton @RobBoltonGolf

    Altogether now … the third time’s the charm!

    After consecutive runner-up finishes to open his career at the Hero World Challenge, Scottie Scheffler climbed to the top of the podium to record a three-stroke victory on Sunday. He led by three entering the finale among the 20 in the field and posted 20-under 268 for the $1 million payday.

    It’s not a holiday classic but we’ve seen this show many times before.

    In 2022 at the Masters and earlier this year at the WM Phoenix Open and THE PLAYERS Championship, Scheffler staked respective leads of three, two and two strokes after his third round, and then went on to win by three, two and five shots.

    Just like last year when Viktor Hovland successfully defended his title at Albany in The Bahamas, Scheffler was second-shortest at BetMGM to win this week. However, unlike his more generous odds of +750 in 2022, he was a mere +450 pre-tournament this year.

    Rightfully so as the two-time defending champ and most recent winner of the FedExCup, Hovland was the favorite at +400. Alas, he finished 10th and 11 strokes back despite a field-low 63 in the final round.

    Sepp Straka closed with a bogey-free 8-under 64 to snare runner-up honors. He was +3300 to win. Resurgent Justin Thomas (+1400) settled at third, another swing back.

    After almost eight months off, tournament host Tiger Woods (+6600) scored even par over 72 holes to finish alone in 18th place. Will Zalatoris (+3300) also was returning from seven months away after having a microdiscectomy. He finished last and nine strokes higher than Wyndham Clark (+2000) in 19th. Scroll below for payouts from every player in the field.

    NOTE: Payouts and Points includes pre-tournament odds to win at BetMGM for all golfers who made the cut. For live odds, visit BetMGM.

    POSITIONGOLFER (ODDS TO WIN)SCOREEARNINGS
    1Scottie Scheffler (+450)268/ -20$1,000,000.00
    2Sepp Straka (+3300)271/ -17$450,000.00
    3Justin Thomas (+1400)272/ -16$300,000.00
    T4Tony Finau (+2200)273/ -15$212,500.00
    T4Matt Fitzpatrick (+1600)273/ -15$212,500.00
    6Jordan Spieth (+2200)274/ -14$190,000.00
    7Collin Morikawa (+750)276/ -12$185,000.00
    T8Brian Harman (+3300)277/ -11$177,500.00
    T8Justin Rose (+2800)277/ -11$177,500.00
    10Viktor Hovland (+400)279/ -9$170,000.00
    11Jason Day (+3300)280/ -8$165,000.00
    12Lucas Glover (+5000)281/ -7$160,000.00
    T13Keegan Bradley (+2500)282/ -6$152,500.00
    T13Max Homa (+800)282/ -6$152,500.00
    15Cameron Young (+1800)283/ -5$145,000.00
    16Sam Burns (+2200)284/ -4$140,000.00
    17Rickie Fowler (+2000)286/ -2$135,000.00
    18Tiger Woods (+6600)288/ E$130,000.00
    19Wyndham Clark (+2000)290/ 2$125,000.00
    20Will Zalatoris (+3300)299/ 11$120,000.00

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    Rob Bolton is a Golfbet columnist for the PGA TOUR. The Chicagoland native has been playing fantasy golf since 1994, so he was just waiting for the Internet to catch up with him. Follow Rob Bolton on Twitter.

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