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Joaquin Niemann showed his major credentials once more with his second LIV Golf victory of the season in Jeddah.

The 25-year-old Chilean, who recently received a special invitation into the Masters, closed with a four-under 66 to win by three shots in Saudi Arabia.

South African duo Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen tied for seccond, with Bryson DeChambeau and Jon Rahm making up the top five.

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When Niemann was asked in his post-round interview if he felt like one of the “world’s hottest golfers”, he replied. “How is that possible? I’m like 100 in the world.”

Niemann, who is actually 72nd in the world rankings, earned his Masters invite after winning the Australian Open on the DP World Tour during LIV’s off-season.

Meanwhile, Anthony Kim, who made his LIV debut after 12 years away from the professional game, finished last on 16-over.

Here is the full prize money breakdown from the third LIV event of the season…

LIV Golf Jeddah 2024 prize money payout in full

Winner. Joaquin Niemann: $4,000,000

T2. Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen: $1,875,000

4. Bryson Dechambeau: $1,000,000

5. Jon Rahm: $800,000

T6. Charles Howell III, Anirban Lahiri, Talor Gooch, Phil Mickelson, Adrian Meronk, Jason Kokrak: $508,750

T12. Brooks Koepka, Abraham Ancer: $350,000

14. Matt Jones: $320,000

T15. Sergio Garcia, Carlos Ortiz, David Puig, Tyrrell Hatton, Dean Burmester, Kevin Na, Branden Grace: $262,142.85

T22. Pat Perez, Sebastian Munoz, Cameron Tringale, Brendan Steele, Lucas Herbert: $203,000

T27. Danny Lee, Dustin Johnson: $182,500

T29. Sam Horsfield, Paul Casey: $172,500

T31. Graeme McDowell, Mito Pereira, Kieran Vincent, Richard Bland, Henrik Stenson, Jinichiro Kozuma: $153,750

T37. Peter Uihlein, Harold Varner III, Thomas Pieters, Patrick Reed: $138,750

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T41. Scott Vincent, Andy Ogletree, Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman: $129,375

45. Martin Kaymer: $125,000

T46. Bubba Watson, Kalle Samooja: $123,750

T48. Caleb Surratt, Eugenio Chacarra: $90,000

50. Lee Westwood: $60,000

51. Ian Poulter: $60,000

52. Hudson Swafford: $50,000

53. Anthony Kim: $50,000

54. Wade Ormsby – Matthew Wolff (WD) replacement: $16,650

2024 LIV Golf Jeddah Team Payouts

1. Crushers GC (Bryson DeChambeau, Paul Casey, Charles Howell III, Anirban Lahiri): $3,000,000

2. Stinger GC (Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel, Dean Burmester, Branden Grace): $1,500,000

3. Smash GC (Graeme McDowell, Brooks Koepka, Talor Gooch, Jason Kokrak): $500,000

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