The Memorial prize money payout for PGA Tour players, Scottie Scheffler wins astonishing $4 million

Jun 10, 2024 | Sports | 0 comments

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The Memorial saw Scheffler take home his fifth PGA Tour win of the year, now how much did he and the rest of the players make?

Scottie Scheffler defeated Collin Morikawa on Sunday at The Memorial for his fifth PGA Tour victory of 2024, giving him 11 career wins.

His bank account will see another $4 million added to it. The World No. 1 golfer took home a one-shot victory at Muirfield Village and earned that distinctive handshake from Jack Nicklaus himself.

The former Texas Longhorn has won $24,024,553 this season, setting the single-season record for most money won in a season for the third time, per the PGA Tour website. He set the record in 2021-22 at $14,046,910 and once again last year at $21,014,342) The season is not even halfway over, and Scheffler is already at the $24 million mark.

That is over $12 million more than Xander Schauffele, who sits No. 2 on the money list. During the season, the 2024 PGA Championship winner has currently earned $11,597,071.

Schauffele finished T8 this week at Jack’s Place, collecting $579,000. Adam Hadwin did not win, but he did take home $1,400,00 for solo third place. Christian Bezuidenthout was the fourth PGA Tour player to win seven figures on Sunday, winning $1,000,000.

Let’s take a closer look at how much each player who made the cut will take home from The Memorial.

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The Memorial Prize Money Payout:

1: Scottie Scheffler: $4,000,000
2: Collin Morikawa: $2,200,000
3: Adam Hadwin: $1,400,000
4: Christiaan Bezuidenhout: $1,000,000
T5. Matt Fitzpatrick: $766,667
T5: Ludvig Åberg: $766,667
T5: Sepp Straka: $766,667
T8: Hideki Matsuyama: $579,000
T8: Sungjae Im: $579,000
T8: Tony Finau: $579,000
T8: Xander Schauffele: $579,000
T12: Victor Perez: $430,333
T12: Sahith Theegala: $430,333
T12: Nick Dunlap: $430,333
T15: Billy Horschel: $329,000
T15: Sam Burns: $329,000
T15: Si Woo Kim: $329,000
T15: Viktor Hovland: $329,000
T15: Rory McIlroy: $329,000
T20: Corey Conners: $259,500
T20: Tommy Fleetwood: $259,500
T22: Alex Noren: $200,200
T22: Byeong Hun An: $200,200
T22: J.T. Poston: $200,200
T22: Max Homa: $200,200
T22: Akshay Bhatia: $200,200
T27: Emiliano Grillo: $143,500
T27: Adam Svensson: $143,500
T27: Nick Taylor: $143,500
T27: Davis Thompson: $143,500
T27: Russell Henley: $143,500
T27: Seamus Power: $143,500
T33: Justin Thomas: $106,500
T33: Taylor Pendrith: $106,500
T33: Matt Kuchar: $106,500
T33: Peter Malnati: $106,500
T33: Jason Day: $106,500
T33: Brian Harman: $106,500
T39: Austin Eckroat: $88,000
T39: Denny McCarthy: $88,000
T41: Thomas Detry: $80,000
T41: Will Zalatoris: $80,000
T43: Tom Kim: $72,000
T43: Keegan Bradley: $72,000
T45: Tom Hoge: $60,500
T45: Lee Hodges: $60,500
T45: Andrew Putnam: $60,500
T45: Eric Cole: $60,500
49: Shane Lowry: $54,000
T50: Cameron Young: $51,500
T50: Cam Davis: $51,500
52: Jackson Koivun (a): $0

Savannah Leigh Richardson is a golf staff writer for SB Nation’s Playing Through. For more golf coverage, be sure to follow us @_PlayingThrough on all major social platforms. You can also follow her on Twitter @SportsGirlSL and Instagram @savannah_leigh_sports.

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The Memorial saw Scheffler take home his fifth PGA Tour win of the year, now how much did he and the rest of the players make? Scottie Scheffler defeated Collin Morikawa on Sunday at The Memorial for his fifth PGA Tour victory of 2024, giving him 11 career wins.
His bank account will see another $4 million added to it. The World No. 1 golfer took home a one-shot victory at Muirfield Village and earned that distinctive handshake from Jack Nicklaus himself.
The former Texas Longhorn has won $24,024,553 this season, setting the single-season record for most money won in a season for the third time, per the PGA Tour website. He set the record in 2021-22 at $14,046,910 and once again last year at $21,014,342) The season is not even halfway over, and Scheffler is already at the $24 million mark.
That is over $12 million more than Xander Schauffele, who sits No. 2 on the money list. During the season, the 2024 PGA Championship winner has currently earned $11,597,071.
Schauffele finished T8 this week at Jack’s Place, collecting $579,000. Adam Hadwin did not win, but he did take home $1,400,00 for solo third place. Christian Bezuidenthout was the fourth PGA Tour player to win seven figures on Sunday, winning $1,000,000.
Let’s take a closer look at how much each player who made the cut will take home from The Memorial.

Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images

The Memorial Prize Money Payout:
1: Scottie Scheffler: $4,000,0002: Collin Morikawa: $2,200,0003: Adam Hadwin: $1,400,0004: Christiaan Bezuidenhout: $1,000,000T5. Matt Fitzpatrick: $766,667T5: Ludvig Åberg: $766,667T5: Sepp Straka: $766,667T8: Hideki Matsuyama: $579,000T8: Sungjae Im: $579,000T8: Tony Finau: $579,000T8: Xander Schauffele: $579,000T12: Victor Perez: $430,333T12: Sahith Theegala: $430,333T12: Nick Dunlap: $430,333T15: Billy Horschel: $329,000T15: Sam Burns: $329,000T15: Si Woo Kim: $329,000T15: Viktor Hovland: $329,000T15: Rory McIlroy: $329,000T20: Corey Conners: $259,500T20: Tommy Fleetwood: $259,500T22: Alex Noren: $200,200T22: Byeong Hun An: $200,200T22: J.T. Poston: $200,200T22: Max Homa: $200,200T22: Akshay Bhatia: $200,200T27: Emiliano Grillo: $143,500T27: Adam Svensson: $143,500T27: Nick Taylor: $143,500T27: Davis Thompson: $143,500T27: Russell Henley: $143,500T27: Seamus Power: $143,500T33: Justin Thomas: $106,500T33: Taylor Pendrith: $106,500T33: Matt Kuchar: $106,500T33: Peter Malnati: $106,500T33: Jason Day: $106,500T33: Brian Harman: $106,500T39: Austin Eckroat: $88,000T39: Denny McCarthy: $88,000T41: Thomas Detry: $80,000T41: Will Zalatoris: $80,000T43: Tom Kim: $72,000T43: Keegan Bradley: $72,000T45: Tom Hoge: $60,500T45: Lee Hodges: $60,500T45: Andrew Putnam: $60,500T45: Eric Cole: $60,50049: Shane Lowry: $54,000T50: Cameron Young: $51,500T50: Cam Davis: $51,50052: Jackson Koivun (a): $0
Savannah Leigh Richardson is a golf staff writer for SB Nation’s Playing Through. For more golf coverage, be sure to follow us @_PlayingThrough on all major social platforms. You can also follow her on Twitter @SportsGirlSL and Instagram @savannah_leigh_sports.SBNation.com – All Posts

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