How much did players on the PGA Tour this week?

Dylan Frittelli grabbed the final Open spot after sealing his maiden PGA Tour title at TPC Deere Run and pocketing a mouth watering $1.08 million from the 2019 John Deere Classic prize money.

Players who made the top 10 received a minimum payout of $133,000 with runner-up Russel Henley pocketing around $650,000 while Andrew Landry, who finished in third place, took home just over $400,000.

This year’s prize purse was set at $6 million which was $200,000 more than what was on offer in 2018.

Here’s a breakdown of the 2019 John Deere Classic prize money.

2019 John Deere Classic prize money

Total prize purse: $6 million

Winner: Dylan Frittelli, $1.08 million
2nd: Russel Henley, $648,000
3rd: Andrew Landry, $408,000
T4: Collin Morikawa, $264,000
T4: Chris Stroud, $264,000
T6: Charles Howell III, $194,250
T6: Vaughn Taylor, $194,250
T6: Nick Watney, $194,250
T6: Adam Schenk, $194,250
T10: Joaquin Niemann, $133,000
T10: Sam Saunders, $133,000
T10: Wes Roach, $133,000
T10: Lucas Glover, $133,000
T10: Roger Sloan, $133,000
T10: Bill Haas, $133,000
T16: Viktor Hovland, $99,000
T16: Cameron Tringale, $99,000

Related: Frittelli breaks PGA Tour duck to book final Open spot

T18: Brendon Todd, $73,028.57
T18: Adam Svensson, $73,028.57
T18: Sam Ryder, $73,028.57
T18: Kyle Stanley, $73,028.57
T18: Bud Cauley, $73,028.57
T18: Scott Stallings, $73,028.57
T18: Ryan Moore, $73,028.57
T26: Tyler Duncan, $42,600
T26: Brian Harman, $42,600
T26: Roberto Castro, $42,600
T26: Beau Hossler, $42,600
T26: Nate Lashley, $42,600
T26: Sungjae Im, $42,600
T26: Sepp Straka, $42,600
T33: Freddie Jacobson, $33,150
T33: Shawn Stefani, $33,150
T33: Daniel Berger, $33,150
T33: Nick Taylor, $33,150

Related: What’s in Frittelli’s winning bag?

T37: Johnson Wagner, $24,000
T37: Zach Johnson, $24,000
T37: Doc Redman, $24,000
T37: Michael Thompson, $24,000
T37: Pat Perez, $24,000
T37: Jhonattan Vegas, $24,000
T37: Matthew Wolff, $24,000
T37: Martin Laird, $24,000
T37: Brice Garnett, $24,000
T37: Sebastian Munoz, $24,000
T47: Brandon Harkins, $15,620
T47: Bronson Burgoon, $15,620
T47: Ollie Schniederjans, $15,620
Anirban Lahiri, $15,620
T47: Richy Werenski, $15,620
T47: Sangmoon Bae, $15,620

Related: Final John Deere Classic leaderboard

T53: Adam Long, $13,960
T53: Harold Varner III, $13,960
T53: Cameron Davis, $13,960
T56: Zack Sucher, $13,440
T56: Tom Lovelady, $13,440
T56: Ryan Blaum, $13,440
T56: Luke Donald, $13,440
T56: Peter Malnati, $13,440
T61: Seamus Power, $13,020
T61: JJ Henry, $13,020
T63: Whee Kim, $12,720
T63: Stewart Cink, $12,720
T63: Billy Hurley III, $12,720
66th: Kelly Kraft, $12,480
T67: Austin Cook, $12,240
T67: Josh Teater, $12,240
T67: Derek Fathauer, $12,240
70th: John Senden, $12,000

Previous John Deere Classic prize money

2019 John Deere Classic prize money

In previous years the winner’s share from the John Deere Classic prize money has been as follows:

2018: Michael Kim, $1.044 million
2017: Bryson DeChambeau, $1.008 million
2016: Ryan Moore, $864,000
2015: Jordan Spieth, $864,000
2014: Brian Harman, $846,000
2013: Jordan Spieth, $828,000

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