Harris English, after Saturday’s low round at the Sentry, was asked about a little bit of everything. Sixty-fours that shoot you up the leaderboard can sometimes lead to that. 

Amongst the back-and-forth, reporters wondered:

Did it help that English started on the back nine on the Plantation Course at Kapalua, where scoring is often lower? Sort of, he said. His putter won the day, though.  

What was the difference in that putter? Harris said he was simply marrying his speeds and his lines better. During the first two rounds, they were off. (Golf, right?)

What did he do after the RSM Classic, the last PGA Tour tournament? He played in an event, the Grant Thornton Invitational, the PGA Tour-LPGA tournament. He duck-hunted in Missouri. He practiced. 

What was he working on? Same stuff, he said. It’s monotonous, he admitted. But the repetition gets him to be repetitive come game time. 

Would it help him during the final round that he won the 2021 Sentry? No doubt.

Did he want to add anything else? 

“It’s playing how it should out there,” he said. “It’s windy, it’s tricky, got some good pins, it’s a lot of fun. I know everybody’s having a lot of fun this week and it’s probably the best shape I’ve ever seen it.”

“And you’re getting money at the end of the week.”

“Yeah, and we’re getting a lot of money. Pretty good place to start out for the year.”

Which is a nice segue to this:

Here is a complete list of the 2024 Sentry payouts for all 59 players. The total purse is $20 million.

How much every player made at the 2024 Sentry…

[Source: Golf.com]