Si Woo Kim Pays Out $50K With Players Championship Win

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May/15/2017

Anybody lucky enough to have Si Woo Kim as the Players Championship winner in 2017 is $5000 to $50000 richer coming into Monday.

The payout odds for Kim to win were 500-1.

From a tough lie behind the green, in a bunker with not much room between him and the pin, or even standing on the 17th tee and staring at an island, the 21-year-old South Korean never flinched and never made worse than par.

Kim kept a clean card to the end for a 3-under 69 to become the youngest champion in the 44-year history of the biggest tournament this side of the majors.

"I feel like I'm still dreaming that I won this championship," Kim said after his three-stroke victory

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