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Cadence Bank Houston Open payouts and points: Tony Finau picks up $1.512 million and 500 FedExCup points

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Cadence Bank Houston Open payouts and points: Tony Finau picks up $1.512 million and 500 FedExCup points

    Tony Finau sinks 39-foot birdie putt at Cadence Bank

    According to Golf Digest, Tony Finau is the nicest guy on the PGA TOUR, but the result may vary if it included what he’s been doing to the competition of late. As the saying goes, you’re not supposed to mess with Texas, but you definitely don’t want to tangle with the sinewy 33-year-old nowadays.

    Finau concluded the Cadence Bank Houston Open on Sunday in 16-under 264 and prevailed by four strokes. It’s his fifth career TOUR title, fourth in the last 15 months and third in his last seven starts. He earned $1.512 million and 500 FedExCup points with this one.

    A second-round 62 first opened a four-stroke margin at the turn of the tournament. Upon retaining the advantage entering the finale, the narrative of who’d win the proverbial B flight took precedence, this despite the fact that Finau squared three bogeys coming home, which only burned the edge of a larger buffer built by four birdies on the front nine. The race for second place itself was but a two-man contest among a pair of winless 30somethings.

    Rookie Tyson Alexander, 34, edged Ben Taylor, 30, for runner-up honors by one stroke. (Three others tied for fourth three back of Taylor.) Alexander pockets $915,600 and 300 FedExCup points, while Taylor’s haul was $579,600 and 190 FedExCup points, both totals easily career bests for the duo.

    Not surprisingly, Finau’s opening line to win at BetMGM was a careful +1800. That tied for third-shortest with Aaron Wise, who shared the first-round lead with Finau (and Alex Noren) before drifting to finish T22. Alexander opened at +50000 to win; Taylor was +20000.

    The opening favorite, Scottie Scheffler at +600, placed T9 but never challenged. Sam Burns opened at +1400 and with a 7-under 77, and then opted not to complete his second round when it resumed on Saturday morning.

    1Tony Finau264/ -16500.000$1,512,000.00
    2Tyson Alexander268/ -12300.000$915,600.00
    3Ben Taylor269/ -11190.000$579,600.00
    T4Trey Mullinax272/ -8115.000$353,500.00
    T4Alex Noren272/ -8115.000$353,500.00
    T4Alex Smalley272/ -8115.000$353,500.00
    T7Adam Hadwin273/ -787.500$273,000.00
    T7Aaron Rai273/ -787.500$273,000.00
    T9Joseph Bramlett274/ -666.000$196,500.00
    T9Joel Dahmen274/ -666.000$196,500.00
    T9Stephan Jaeger274/ -666.000$196,500.00
    T9Keith Mitchell274/ -666.000$196,500.00
    T9Justin Rose274/ -666.000$196,500.00
    T9Scottie Scheffler274/ -666.000$196,500.00
    T9Gary Woodland274/ -666.000$196,500.00
    T16Wyndham Clark275/ -548.000$123,900.00
    T16Jason Day275/ -548.000$123,900.00
    T16Ben Griffin275/ -548.000$123,900.00
    T16Mackenzie Hughes275/ -548.000$123,900.00
    T16Scott Piercy275/ -548.000$123,900.00
    T16Patrick Rodgers275/ -548.000$123,900.00
    T22Martin Laird276/ -438.125$84,420.00
    T22David Lipsky276/ -438.125$84,420.00
    T22Sahith Theegala276/ -438.125$84,420.00
    T22Aaron Wise276/ -438.125$84,420.00
    26Callum Tarren277/ -334.000$67,620.00
    T27Ryan Armour278/ -227.250$56,332.50
    T27Austin Cook278/ -227.250$56,332.50
    T27James Hahn278/ -227.250$56,332.50
    T27Cole Hammer278/ -2n/a (non-member)$56,332.50
    T27Russell Knox278/ -227.250$56,332.50
    T27Maverick McNealy278/ -227.250$56,332.50
    T27Davis Riley278/ -227.250$56,332.50
    T27Kyle Westmoreland278/ -227.250$56,332.50
    T35Eric Cole279/ -119.500$42,735.00
    T35Si Woo Kim279/ -119.500$42,735.00
    T35Andrew Putnam279/ -119.500$42,735.00
    T35Carl Yuan279/ -119.500$42,735.00
    T39Harris English280/ E15.500$36,540.00
    T39Harry Hall280/ E15.500$36,540.00
    T39Adam Svensson280/ E15.500$36,540.00
    T39Travis Vick280/ En/a (non-member)n/a (amateur)
    T43Erik Barnes281/ 111.625$30,660.00
    T43Will Gordon281/ 111.625$30,660.00
    T43Davis Thompson281/ 111.625$30,660.00
    T43Kevin Tway281/ 111.625$30,660.00
    T47Zack Fischer282/ 2n/a (non-member)$23,704.80
    T47Michael Kim282/ 29.000$23,704.80
    T47S.H. Kim282/ 29.000$23,704.80
    T47Francesco Molinari282/ 29.000$23,704.80
    T47Justin Suh282/ 29.000$23,704.80
    52Robby Shelton283/ 37.500$21,084.00
    T53Byeong Hun An284/ 46.325$20,118.00
    T53Denny McCarthy284/ 46.325$20,118.00
    T53Matthew NeSmith284/ 46.325$20,118.00
    T53Nick Watney284/ 46.325$20,118.00
    T57Stewart Cink285/ 55.200$19,236.00
    T57Zach Johnson285/ 55.200$19,236.00
    T57Luke List285/ 55.200$19,236.00
    T57Taylor Montgomery285/ 55.200$19,236.00
    T57Sam Stevens285/ 55.200$19,236.00
    T62Paul Haley II286/ 64.500$18,648.00
    T62Brandon Wu286/ 64.500$18,648.00
    T64Seung-Yul Noh287/ 74.100$18,312.00
    T64Matthias Schwab287/ 74.100$18,312.00
    66Taylor Pendrith288/ 83.800$18,060.00
    67Max McGreevy291/ 113.600$17,892.00
    68Zecheng Dou293/ 133.400$17,724.00
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