2019 Memorial Tournament prize money

How much did each player earn on the PGA Tour at the 2019 Memorial Tournament?

Patrick Cantlay’s victory at Murifield Village was the biggest payday of his career to date as he took home a $1.638 million share of the 2019 Memorial Tournament prize money.

Adam Scott, who finished second, pocketed almost $1 million for his efforts during the week and Martin Kaymer who was a surprise player this week was paid out around $620,000.

Players who made the cut earned a minimum of $17,500 and players who made it into the top 10 pocketed a healthy sum that was over $235,000.

The Memorial Tournament is one of the most prestigious events on the PGA Tour as it is one of few tournaments which is invite only and is run by one of the greatest golfers of all time, Jack Nicklaus.

The other five tournaments to have invitational status are the Masters, Geneis Open (from 2020), Arnold Palmer InvitationalRBC Heritage and the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Here’s a full breakdown of the 2019 Memorial Tournament prize money.

2019 Memorial Tournament prize money

Prize purse: $9.1 million

Winner: Patrick Cantlay, $1.638 million
2nd: Adam Scott, $982,800
3rd: Martin Kaymer, $618,800
4th: Kevin Streelman, $436,800
5th: Marc Leishman, $364,000
6th: Hideki Matsuyama, $327,600
T7: Jason Dufne, $293,475
T7: Jordan Spiet, $293,475
T9: Tiger Wood, $236,600
T9: Billy Horsche, $236,600
T9: Emiliano Grill, $236,600
T9: Bud Cauley, $236,600

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13th: Justin Rose, $191,100
T14: Michael Thompson, $163,800
T14: Xander Schauffele, $163,800
T14: Rickie Fowler, $163,800
T17: Byeong-Hun An, $127,400
T17: Peter Malnati, $127,400
T17: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, $127,400
T17: Andrew Putnam, $127,400
T17: Troy Merritt, $127,400
T22: Bryson DeChambeau, $87,360
T22: Ryan Armour, $87,360
T22: Steve Stricker, $87,360
T22: Nick Watney, $87,360
T22: Aaron Baddeley, $87,360
T27: Austin Cook, $63,245
T27: Rory Sabbatini, $63,245
T27: Russell Knox, $63,245
T27: Brian Harman, $63,245
T27: Joaquin Niemann, $63,245
T27: Danny Willett, $63,245

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T33: Jim Furyk, $50,278
T33: Ryan Moore, $50,278
T33: Tyrrell Hatton, $50,278
T33: Brian Stuard, $50,278
T37: Max Homa, $41,860
T37: Henrik Stenson, $41,860
T37: Haotong Li, $41,860
T37: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, $41,860
T41: Brendan Steele, $31,850
T41: Rafael Cabrera Bello, $31,850
T41: David Lingmerth, $31,850
T41: Si Woo Kim, $31,850
T41: Kevin Kisner, $31,850
T41: Alexander Noren, $31,850
T41: Matt Jones, $31,850
T48: David Lipsky, $23,478
T48: Scott Stallings, $23,478
T48: Keith Mitchell, $23,478
T48: Vaughn Taylor, $23,478

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T52: Anirban Lahiri, $21,221
T52: Adam Hadwin, $21,221
T52: J.T. Poston, $21,221
T52: Gary Woodland, $21,221
T52: Lucas Glover, $21,221
T57: Sung-jae Im, $20,202
T57: Pat Perez, $20,202
T57: Sam Ryder, $20,202
T57: Louis Oosthuizen, $20,202
T57: Luke Donald, $20,202
T62: Joost Luiten, $19,474
T62: Jason Kokrak, $19,474
T62: Shubhankar Sharma, $19,474

Related: 2019 Memorial Tournament leaderboard

T65: Abraham Ancer, $18,928
T65: Adam Schenk, $18,928
T65: Corey Conners, $18,928
T68: Norman Xiong, $18,382
T68: Joel Dahmen, $18,382
T68: Matthew Fitzpatrick ,$18,382
T71: Boo Weekley, $17,927
T71: K.J. Choi, $17,927
73rd: Ted Potter Jr, $17,654