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Scottie Scheffler extends lead in all-time money won at WM Phoenix Open

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — It took just four appearances in the WM Phoenix Open for Scottie Scheffler to become the tournament’s all-time leading money winner. A year ago, the $3.6 million first-place check – it was a signature event in 2023 – put him at $5.3 million and vaulted him past Phil Mickelson, who made 30 visits to TPC Scottsdale and earned just short of $4.2 million.

Scheffler, who went back-to-back in 2022 and 2023, was unable to join Arnold Palmer in the tournament’s three-peat category in 2024 but he did tie for third with good friend Sam Burns, a finish that netted each $519,200.

That brings his career earnings total at the WM Phoenix Open to $5,824,541.

Nick Taylor, who won $2,180,000 a year ago for finishing second, banked $1,584,000 million for winning it this time in around, surviving a playoff against Charley Hoffman. Taylor’s Phoenix Open total is now $3,826,219, which ranks third all-time in the tournament. Rickie Fowler is fourth at $3,755,913.

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