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Scott Piercy, a native and resident of Las Vegas who missed the cut at the Open, is playing on a Major Medical Extension this season. Piercy had surgery to repair a torn flexor digitorum superficialis in his right arm in February after losing in the first round at the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship. The injury originally occurred at the 2013 AT&T Byron Nelson Championship. He started the season with 14 events to earn 200 FedExCup points or $300,710. Sunday’s finish was good for 85 points and $193,233. “My goal was in the fall to just sew up my major medical. Today I probably made around 200 grand, so I need to make another 100 just to not even worry about it. You know, I take a lot of positives out of it, but I'm kind of kicking myself at the same time. The ultimate goal is win and keep getting better. I played for almost 10 months with one arm and made a million bucks doing it. When you've got two arms, it's pretty good,” said Piercy.