It was an exciting weekend of golf at the Charles Schwab Challenge. With dazzling starts, incredible finishes, and a playoff for the final title, this weekend it all featured. Many golfers have performed in their lives. Here’s how the rankings shook up, who won the payday and more over the weekend at Colonial Golf Course.

Charles Schwab Challenge final results and more

Here’s the final leaderboard from the weekend’s festivities:

  • Wins. Emiliano Grillo – 8: $1,566,000
  • 2. Adam Schenck, -8: $948,300
  • T3. Scotty Scheffler, Harry Hole, -7: $513,300
  • 5. Paul Haley II, -6: $356,700
  • T6. Michael Kim, Ricky Fowler, and Sam Burns; -5: $292,958.33
  • T9. Max Homma, Mark Hubbard, Kevin Strelman; -4: $237,075
  • T12. Justin Rose, Chad Ramey, Aaron Ray, Harris English; -3: $178,350
  • T16. Russell Henley, Austin Eakroat, David Lipsky, Victor Hovland, Justin Suh; -2: $132,675
  • T21. Aaron Baddeley, Carson Young, Kramer Hickok, Austin Smotherman, Thomas Dietry, Christian Bezuidenhout, Ryan Fox, Byung Hun An; -1: $82,323.75
  • T29. Kurt Kitayama, Alex Noreen, Lee Hodges, Colin Morikawa, Robbie Shelton, Seb Straka, Sam Stephens, Peter Malnati, Sei-Woo Kim, Andrew Putnam, Brian Harman; Up to: $50,104.09
  • T40. Shee Revy, Jimmy Walker, Scott Percy, Billy Hurschel, Luke Donald, Alex Smalley, Andrew Novak, Min-woo Lee; -1: $31,755
  • T48. Matthew Nesmith, Nick Hardy, Vincent Norman, Patton Kezier; +2: $22,881
  • T52. Maverick McNeely, Ben Griffin, Tom Hogg, Will Gordon; +3: $20,836.50
  • 56. Akshay Bhatia +4: $20,271
  • T57: KH Lee, Luke List, Justin Lower, Brendon Todd, Patrick Rodgers, Ben Martin; +5: $19,662
  • T63. Eric Compton, Ziking Du, Cody Gribble, Cameron Champ, JJ Spoon; +6: $18,705
  • T68. Stefan Yeager and Joel Dahmen; +7: $18,096
  • T70. Matthias Schwab, Bo Haussler; +10: $17,748
  • 72. Russell Knox 13+: $17,487

It was an amazing show by Emiliano Grillo. The world number 80 has largely flown under the radar but has shown impressive talent.

Not only did he skip the rest of the field, but he also survived a playoff with two-time PGA Tour winner Adam Schenck. It took Grillo more than seven years to get his second win this weekend.

He said via Golfweek:

“They say the second is harder than the first and it certainly was.”

Odd sights on the 18th – Emiliano Grillo’s shot on the tee finds a stream and takes five minutes to come to a stop. Finally, Grillo takes a penalty and plays as the golf ball went into the creek. @tweet.

Grillo also said this about winning the Charles Schwab Challenge:

“He made it all worth it. The playing, all the hours of practice, the effort of my family. It makes you think when you first started playing all the feelings come out of your head. It was tough, but worth every second.”

Scotty Scheffler, currently ranked No. 1 in the world, should feel good about his outing, too. He finished second in the PGA Championship and second today, but it was a stellar run for him. With John Rahm not playing, he will keep his place on top of the world for the time being.

Scotty Scheffler fails to challenge Charles Schwab
Scotty Scheffler fails to challenge Charles Schwab

Ricky Fowler was facing the loss of his membership on the PGA Tour not long ago. Now, he’s put in some solid performances, including a T6 in the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Akshay Bhatia is still looking for his membership, but his 56th place probably doesn’t hurt his chances of making it to the end of the season.

Finally, Harry Hole turned his -7 start in the first round into a -7 finish on the final day of the Charles Schwab Challenge. He put up T3 – the best ever position of his career.


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