Phil Mickelson had to wait till Monday to seal his 44th PGA Tour victory but it was worth the wait as he picked up $1,370,000 million of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am prize money.

The victory meant that Mickelson is now a step nearer to earning $100m throughout his career. Paul Casey took home the runners-up cheque for $820,800 but how much did the rest of the field earn?

Here’s a breakdown of the $7.6m prize purse handed out on the Monterrey Peninsula.

2019 Pebble Beach Pro-Am prize money

Winner: Phil Mickelson, $1.37m
2nd: Paul Casey, $820,800
3rd: Scott Stallings, $516,800
T4: Jason Day, $334,400
T4: Si Woo Kim, $334,400
6th: Scott Langley, $273,600
T7: Kevin Streelman, $236,867
T7: Brian Gay, $236,867
T7: Lucas Glover, $236,867
T10: Max Homa, $182,400
T10: Michael Thompson, $182,400
T10: Chris Stroud, $182,400
T10: Scott Piercy, $182,400
T14: Jim Furyk, $133,000
T14: Sung Kang, $133,000
T14: Russel Knox, $133,000
T14: Matt Every, $133,000
T18: Roberto Diaz, $102,600
T18: Graeme McDowell, $102,600
T18: Adam Hadwin, $102,600
T18: DJ Trahan, $102,600
T22: Matt Kuchar, $70,553
T22: Tyler Duncan, $70,553
T22: Patrick Reed, $$70,553
T22: Trey Mullinax, $70,553
T22: Rafa Cabrera Bello, $70,553
T22: Jonathan Byrd, $70,553
T28: Nick Taylor, $46,360
T28: Ernie Els, $46,360
T28: Kevin Kisner, $46,360
T28: Brandon Harkins, $46,360
T28: Curtis Luck, $46,360
T28: Martin Trainer, $46,360
T28: Brady Schnell, $46,360
T28: Branden Grace, $46,360
T28: Cameron Champ, $46,360
T28: Tom Lovelady, $46,360
T38: Hank Lebioda, $31,160
T38: Andrew Putnam, $31,160
T38: Chez Reavie, $31,160
T38: Sam Saunders, $31,160
T38: Julian Etulian, $31,160
T38: Tony Finau, $31,160
T38: Jonas Blixt, $31,160
T45: Benjamin Silverman, $20,919
T45: Adam Schenk, $20,919
T45: Jordan Spieth, $20,919
T45: Josh Teater, $20,919
T45: Nate Lashley, $20,919
T45: Dustin Johnson, $20,919
T45: Tommy Fleetwood, $20,919
T45: Brian Stuard, $20,919
T53: Roberto Castro, $17,594
T53: Alex Prugh, $17,594
T53: Cameron Tringale, $17,594
T53: Matt Jones, $17,594
57th: Johnson Wagner,$17,176
58th: John Rollins, $17,024
T59: Cody Gribble, $16,796
T59: Cameron Davis, $16,796
T61: Steve Stricker, $15,884
T61: Dominic Bozzelli, $15,884
T61: Wyndham Clark, $15,884
T61: Charley Hoffman, $15,884
T61: Martin Laird, $15,884
T61: Sang-Moon Bae, $15,884
T61: John Senden, $15,884
T61: Austin Cook, $15,884
T61: Adam Scott, $15,884
T61: Fabian Gomez, $15,884