How much money each golfer earned in the Tour Championship

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How much money each golfer earned in the Tour Championship

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How much money each golfer earned in the Tour Championship

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Rory McIlroy won his third event of the 2019-18 PGA Tour season, his second FedEx Cup and a PGA Tour single-event record $15 million with his victory in the Tour Championship at East Lake in Atlanta on Sunday.

The $45 million dispersed Sunday after play ended at East Lake was not official PGA Tour prize money, but rather FedEx Cup bonus money. Still, it was the richest tournament in PGA Tour history. And to be clear once again, this FedEx Cup bonus money is not considered part of a player’s official PGA Tour earnings for the season.

Those numbers were finalized after the BMW Championship last week.

There was a record $70 million available as bonus money during the 2018-19 PGA Tour season. The Wyndham Rewards Top 10 snagged the first $10 million. Those players who finished in top 10 of the regular-season standings split that bounty. Brooks Koepka finished first and grabbed $2 million.

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That left $60 million in FedEx Cup cash – $45 million of which was awarded at East Lake in the final event of the PGA Tour season and the FedEx Cup Playoffs. Eight players at East Lake earned at least $1 million.

Here is a look at the payouts-per-player in FedEx Cup bonus money from the Tour Championship.

Tour Championship Prize Money Breakdown

Pos. Player Money
1. Rory McIlroy $15 million
2. Xander Schauffele $5 million
T3. Justin Thomas $3.5 million
T3. Brooks Koepka $3.5 million
5. Paul Casey $2.5 million
6. Adam Scott $1.9 million
7. Tony Finau $1.3 million
8. Chez Reavie $1.1 million
T9. Patrick Reed $843,333.33
T9. Kevin Kisner $843,333.33
T9. Hideki Matsuyama $843,333.33
T12. Bryson DeChambeau $682,500
T12. Jon Rahm $682,500
14. Jason Kokrak $620,000
15. Gary Woodland $595,000
T16. Tommy Fleetwood $551,666.68
T16. Webb Simpson $551,666.68
T16. Matt Kuchar $551,666.68
T19. Sungjae Im $512,500
T19. Rickie Fowler $512,500
T21. Louis Oosthuizen $478,000
T21. Abraham Ancer $478,000
T21. Patrick Cantlay $478,000
T24. Marc Leishman $450,500
T24. Brandt Snedeker $450,500
T26. Justin Rose $430,000
T26. Corey Conners $430,000
28. Charles Howell III $415,000
T29. Lucas Glover $400,000
T29. Dustin Johnson $400,000

FedEx Cup Bonus Money – Nos. 31-70

Here is the FedEx Cup bonus money awarded to the golfers who reached the playoffs but did not qualify for the Tour Championship.

Pos. Player Money
31. Kevin Tway $200,000
32. JT Poston $195,000
33. Shane Lowry $190,000
34. Andrew Putnam $186,000
35. Ryan Palmer $183,000
36. Rory Sabbatini $181,000
37. CT Pan $179,000
38. Harold Varner III $177,000
39. Scott Piercy $175,000
40. Francesco Molinari $173,000
42. Ian Poulter $171,000
42. Tiger Woods $169,000
43. Billy Horschel $168,000
44. Jordan Spieth $167,000
45. Sung Kang $166,000
46. Si Woo Kim $165,000
47. Phil Mickelson $164,000
48. Ryan Moore $163,000
49. Vaughn Taylor $162,000
50. Keith Mitchell $161,000
51. Jim Furyk $160,000
52. Adam Hadwin $159,000
53. Byeong Hun An $158,000
54. Jason Day $157,000
55. Joel Dahmen $156,000
56. JB Holmes $155,000
57. Nate Lashley $154,000
58. Troy Merritt $153,000
59. Collin Morikawa $152,000
60. Max Homa $151,000
61. Kevin Na $150,000
62. Cameron Champ $150,000
63. Dylan Frittelli $150,000
64. Wyndham Clark $150,000
65. Emiliano Grillo $150,000
66. Keegan Bradley $140,000
67. Joaquin Niemann $140,000
68. Graeme McDowell $140,000
69. Adam Long $140,000
70. Rafa Cabrera Bello $140,000

FedEx Bonus Money 71-150

Here is the rundown of FedEx Cup bonus money for the golfers ranked 71-150 in the Cup standings. These golfers did not make the three-event FedEx Cup Playoffs.

71: Adam Schenk, $110,000
72: Sergio Garcia, $110,000
73: Danny Lee, $110,000
74: Matthew Wolff, $110,000
75: Kevin Streelman, $110,000
76: Jhonattan Vegas, $110,000
77: Branden Grace, $110,000
78: Charley Hoffman, $110,000
79: Tyrell Hatton, $110,000
80: Chesson Hadley, $110,000
81: Bubba Watson, $110,000
82: Brian Stuard, $110,000
83: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, $110,000
84: Cameron Smith, $110,000
85: Danny Willett, $110,000
86: Matt Every, $105,000
87: Russell Henley, $105,000
88: Brian Harman, $105,000
89: Michael Thompson, $105,000
90: Henrik Stenson, $105,000
91: Matt Jones, $105,000
92: Luke List, $105,000
93: Roger Sloan, $105,000
94: Sam Burns, $105,000
95: Bud Cauley, $105,000
96: Andrew Landry, $105,000
97: Nick Watney, $105,000
98: Mackenzie Hughes, $105,000
99: JJ Spaun, $105,000
100: Ryan Armour, $105,000
101: Talor Gooch, $101,000
102: Chris Stroud, $101,000
103: Kyle Stanley, $101,000
104: Brice Garnett, $101,000
105: Patrick Rodgers, $101,000
106: Cameron Tringale, $101,000
107: Sam Ryder, $101,000
108: Kyoung Hoon Lee, $101,000
109: Scott Stallings, $101,000
110: Russel Knox, $101,000
111: Denny McCarthy, $101,000
112: Scott Brown, $101,000
113: Carlos Ortiz, $101,000
114: Aaron Wise, $101,000
115: Sepp Straka, $101,000
116: Aaron Baddeley, $101,000
117: Sebastián Muñoz, $101,000
118: Peter Malnati, $101,000
119: Brian Gay, $101,000
120: Nick Taylor, $101,000
121: Martin Laird, $101,000
122: Patton Kizzire, $101,000
123: Kelly Kraft, $101,000
124: Jonas Blixt, $101,000
125: Pat Perez, $101,000
126: Richy Werenski, $70,000
127: Shawn Stefani, $70,000
128: Robert Sterb, $70,000
129: Alex Noren, $70,000
130: Austin Cook, $70,000
131: Daniel Berger, $70,000
132: Martin Trainer, $70,000
133: Peter Uihlein, $70,000
134: Wes Roach, $70,000
135: Bronson Burgoon, $70,000
136: Jason Dufner, $70,000
137: Ryan Blaum, $70,000
138: Jim Herman, $70,000
139: Dominic Bozzelli, $70,000
140: Bill Haas, $70,000
141: Johnson Wagner, $70,000
142: Roberto Castro, $70,000
143: Seamus Power, $70,000
144: Zack Sucher, $70,000
145: Beau Hossler, $70,000
146: Josh Teater, $70,000
147: Ted Potter Jr, $70,000
148: Hank Lebioda, $70,000
149: Harris English, $70,000
150: Martin Kaymer, $70,000

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