How much money does Johnson take to win the Northern Trust?

The American got the best part of a loot of 9.7 million dollars (8.2 euros). Rahm, sixth, also sees his account in six figures.


Dustin Johnson had a great weekend at TPC Boston in Massachusetts (USA). The American won the Northern Trust with great authority (-30, 11 strokes behind the second) and placed at the top of the world ranking at the expense of Jon Rahm and the FedExCup to the detriment of Justin Thonas. In addition, the juiciest part of the 9.7 million dollars (8.2 euros) that the tournament distributed this year was booked.

Specifically, 1.7 million dollars (1.4 euros). In total, the one from South Carolina has already pocketed 11.7 million (9.9 euros) in all the playoff tournaments on the North American circuit that he has played in 11 years, more than anyone. The second in profit was another American, Harris English, who pocketed just over a million dollars (about 877,000 euros). Completing the podium, Daniel Berger, compatriot, with $ 655,500 (about 555,000 euros) .

Jon Rahm, meanwhile, was again among the best and finished sixth tied with Webb Simpson. His check was for $ 332,500 (about € 281,000). The Biscayan is eighth on the PGA list of earnings with $ 3,917,319 (€ 3,320,679) so far this season.

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