Every golfer who participated in this weekend's Charity High-1 Resort Open is leaving with a check.
Organizers took the unusual step of offering the same prize money to all 153 golfers after torrential rain forced the cancellation of the tournament after only one round had been completed. Only three players had completed their second rounds.
"Unfortunately because of the weather we have encountered over the four days this week we have made the decision not only to cancel the second round on Sunday, but also to cancel the event," OneAsia CEO Ben Sellinger said in a statement.
"Because it is evident that we are not going to get through 36 holes, the action has been taken after consultation with the sponsor."
No official winner was declared for the event, and the results will not count toward the OneAsia Order of Merit.
With half of the $1-million prize pool shared equally among the field, each player will receive roughly $3,268 for his troubles.