There was an increase to the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship prize money meaning Max Homa received $1,422,000 which was slightly more than 2018 winner Jason Day.

Runner up Joel Dahman received just over $850,000 while players who made the top 10 pocketed over $213,000 where as players who made the cut took home over $15,000 for their efforts.

Here’s a full breakdown of the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship prize money.

2019 Wells Fargo Championship prize money

Total purse: $7.9 million

Winner: Max Homa, $1.422 million
2nd: Joel Dahman, $853,200
3rd: Justin Rose, $537,200
T4: Sergio Garcia, $311,062.50
T4: Rickie Fowler, $311,062.50
T4: Paul Casey, $311,062.50
T4: Jason Dufner, $311,062.50
T8: Kyle Stanley, $213,300
T8: Jhonattan Vegas, $213,300
T8: Keith Mitchell, $213,300
T8: Rory McIlroy, $213,300
T8: Pat Perez, $213,300
T13: Shawn Stefani, $143,780
T13: Jim Knous, $143,780
T13: Adam Schenk, $143,780
T13: Vaughn Taylor, $143,780
T13: Seamus Power, $143,780
T18: Brendon Todd, $99,540
T18: Chez Reavie, $99,540
T18: Webb Simpson, $99,540
T18: Rory Sabbatini, $99,540
T18: Aaron Wise, $99,540
T18: Doc Redman, $99,540
T24: Brian Harman, $67,347.50
T24: Jason Day, $67,347.50
T24: Dylan Frittelli, $67,347.50
T24: Bud Cauley, $67,347.50
T28: Henrik Stenson, $56,090
T28:: Ollie Schniederjans, $56,090
T28: Patrick Reed, $56,090
T31: Nick Watney, $44,804.29
T31: Hideki Matsuyama, $44,804.29
T31: Alex Prugh, $44,804.29
T31: Lucas Glover, $44,804.29
T31: Sungjae Im, $44,804.29
T31: Cody Gribble, $44,804.29
T31: Martin Laird, $44,804.29
T38: Richy Werenski, $33,180
T38: Joaquin Niemann, $33,180
T38: Chase Wright, $33,180
T38: Sebastián Muñoz, $33,180
T38: Adam Hadwin, $33,180
T38: Colt Knost, $33,180
T45: Adam Long, $23,131.20
T45: Jimmy Walker, $23,131.20
T45: Ryan Blaum, $23,131.20
T45: Kevin Streelman, $23,131.20
T45: Nate Lashley, $23,131.20
T50: Zack Sucher,, $19,236.50
T50: Hank Lebioda, $19,236.50
T50: Trey Mullinax, $19,236.50
T50: Bill Haas, $19,236.50
T54: Brendan Steele, $17,933
T54: Harris English, $17,933
T54: Nick Taylor, $17,933
T54: Roberto Díaz, $17,933
T54: Daniel Berger, $17,933
T54: John Senden, $17,933
T60: J.J. Henry, $17,064
T60: Tony Finau, $17,064
T60: Kramer Hickok, $17,064
T60: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, $17,064
T60: Brice Garnett, $17,064
T65:Tom Hoge, $16,432
T65: Luke List, $16,432
T65: Brandon Harkins, $16,432
68th: Julián Etulain, $16,116
69th: Jason Kokrak, $15,958
T70: Matthew Short, $15,721
T70: Wes Roach, $15,721
72nd: Fabián Gómez, $15,484
73th: Beau Hossler, $15,326

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