Brian Harman secured his 1st career major title with a dominant win this week at 2023 Open Championship. Check out How much did he win today.
Brian Harman : How much did win today | Where is from | Net worth
Harman was known for a unique situation at the 2012 Players Championship. He was the first alternate when D. A. Points withdrew just minutes before his tee time.
Playing partners Carl Pettersson and Robert Garrigus had already teed off and after consulting with the PGA, tournament officials allowed Harman to tee off alone for the first round.
Harman eventually got partnered with Ryan Moore and Bud Cauley for round two after Paul Casey withdrew.
Harman later qualified for his first major, the 2012 U.S. Open. His first PGA Tour win was the 2014 John Deere Classic.
In 2015, Harman held the 54 hole lead at the Travelers Championship, but would miss the playoff, won by Bubba Watson, by one stroke and finished in solo third.
On August 30, 2015, at The Barclays at Plainfield Country Club in Edison, New Jersey, Harman became the third player in PGA Tour history to have two aces in the same round.
How much did Brian harman win today
Beyond now being able to bump shoulders with the likes of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy as major champions at Royal Liverpool, Harman will bring home to the United States some hardware and a tremendous $3 million check by claiming the winner’s prize.
- 1st (Winner): $3,000,000 — Brian Harman
- 2nd: $1,708,000 — Jon Rahm, Jason Day, Tom Kim, Sepp Straka ($1,084,625 each)
- 3rd: $1,095,000
- 4th: $851,000
- 5th: $684,500
- 6th: $593,000 — Rory McIlroy, Emiliano Grillo ($551,250 each)
- 7th: $509,500
- 8th: $429,700 — Cameron Young, Shubhankar Sharma ($403,350 each)
- 9th: $377,000
- 10th: $340,500 — Tommy Fleetwood, Max Homa, Matthew Jordan ($308,400 each)
The R&A increased the purse for the 2023 Open significantly, ballooning it to $16.5 million up from the $14 million total payout available last year when The Open was held on the Old Course at St. Andrews.
While more is being paid out to golfers than ever by the R&A, The Open still sits behind the U.S. Open ($20 million), Masters ($18 million) and PGA Championship ($17.5 million) among major payouts.
In 2016, the total prize money paid out was $8.5 million. Because of the exchange rate, it was actually higher back in 2014 when McIlroy won his third major championship at Royal Liverpool. The purse that week was over $9.2 million.
Where is Brian harman from
Brian Harman is an American professional golfer from Savannah, Georgia.
Harman married Kelly Van Slyke on December 13, 2014. They have three children. The family resides in St. Simons Island, Georgia.
Harman held the 54-hole lead at the 2017 U.S. Open played at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin. He entered the final round one stroke clear of three players, at 12 under par, and was the first time he had played in the final group of a major during the final round.
He finished in a tie for second place with Hideki Matsuyama, four strokes behind winner Brooks Koepka, following a final round 72.
Harman finished in solo second at the 2022 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba, four shots behind winner Russell Henley.
This was Harman’s best finish on the PGA Tour for over five years. He followed this up with a tie for second in his next appearance at the RSM Classic, two shots behind winner Adam Svensson.
Harman won his first major championship at the 2023 Open Championship, finishing on -13, six strokes clear of the rest of the field.
Despite not being a very famous golfer across the globe, Harman has amassed a whopping net worth and career earnings of $29 million as of July 2023.