Up-to-date stats difficult to find . . .
Finding up-to-date statistics for LIV golf isn't easy; they are usually one or two events behind in keeping the stats through the current week. For instance, the latest stats listed are through July 21, and there have been two more tournaments to be included since. Prior to the events at Greenbrier and Bedminster, Talor Gooch was the leading money-winner with individual earnings of $13,504,183, plus team payouts of $1,750,000, a total of $15,254,183. Dustin Johnson was second with $7,388,150 plus $2,750,000, a total of $10,138,150. Seminole Brooks Koepka was fourth with $8,903,833, plus $375,000, a total of $9,278,833.
Ocala's Louis Oosthuizen was 13th with $4,487,797, plus $1,375,000, a total of $5,862,797.
In the Greenbrier, Bryson DeChambeau had an unreal week, winning at 23 under par, including rounds of 58 and 61, and that was worth $4 million. Oostie tied for 25th at 8 under and collected $163,000.
In the event at Trump National in Bedminster, New Jersey that ended Sunday, Cam Smith picked up the $4 million with a 12 under effort, seven better than Anirban Lahiri, who picked up $2,250,000. Oostie had an off-week and tied for 33rd at 5 over; his check was $155,500. Brooks was seven over, tied for 38th, and earned $141,250. Phil Mickelson, who hasn't made an impact, had one of his best weeks, tieing for ninth at 1 under and banking $437,500.