See the full breakdown of the Fedex Cup purse and how it compares to previous years

The prize money for the 2022 FedEx Cup was set at a lucrative $75 million, which was a $15 million bump on last year’s purse.

The top 150 PGA Tour players in the FedEx Cup standings will receive payouts, with Rory McIlroy receiving a staggering $18 million following his epic comeback win at the Tour Championship.

Despite the Tour Championship counting as an official victory, there was no prize purse set for the event, with the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings pocketing their FedEx Cup bonus instead.

If a player qualifies for the Tour Championship but is unable to compete they will receive the prize money for 30th place. No one will replace that player in the field.

The player who lifts the FedEx Cup trophy at the end of the season will also receive a five-year exemption to the PGA Tour.

2022 FedEx Cup prize money

Here are the payouts the 150 players who qualified for the FedEx Cup playoffs.

Total bonus purse: $75m

Winner: $18,000,000 – Rory McIlroy
T2: $5,750,000 – Scottie Scheffler
T2: $5,750,000 – Sungjae Im
4th: $4,000,000 – Xander Schauffele
T5: $2,750,000 – Max Homa
T5: $2,750,000 – Justin Thomas
T7: $1,750,000 – Sepp Straka
T7: $1,750,000 – Patrick Cantlay
9th: $1,250,000 – Tony Finau
10th: $1,000,000 – Tom Hoge
T11: $925,000 – Hideki Matsuyama
T11: $925,000 – Joaquin Niemann
T13: $825,000 – Jordan Spieth
T13: $825,000 – Aaron Wise
T15: $715,000 – Matthew Fitzpatrick
T15: $715,000 – Jon Rahm
T15: $715,000 – JT Poston
T15: $715,000 – Viktor Hovland
19th: $660,000 – Cameron Young
20th: $640,000 – Cameron Smith
T21: $600,000 – Brian Harman
T21: $600,000 – Billy Horschel
T21: $600,000 – Collin Morikawa
24th: $560,000 – Sam Burns
25th: $550,000 – Adam Scott
26th: $540,000 – Corey Conners
27th: $530,000 – Kyoung Hoon Lee
28th: $520,000 – Sahith Theegala
29th: $510,000 – Scott Stallings
30th: $500,000 – Will Zalatoris
31st: $250,000
32nd: $236,000
33rd: $228,000
34th: $221,000
35th: $214,000
36th: $211,000
37th: $209,000
38th: $208,000
39th: $207,000
40th: $206,000
41st: $205,000
42nd: $204,000
43rd: $203,000
44th: $202,000
45th: $201,000
46th: $200,000
47th: $199,000
48th: $198,000
49th: $197,000
50th: $196,000
51st: $195,000
52nd: $194,000
53rd: $193,000
54th: $192,000
55th: $191,000
56th: $190,000
57th: $189,000
58th: $188,000
59th: $187,000
60th: $186,000
61st-65th: $185,000 each
66th-70th: $175,000 each
71st-85th: $140,000 each
86th-100th: $130,000 each
101-125rd: $120,000 each
126th-150th: $85,000 each

Players who finish below 150th in the FedEx Cup prize money standings do not receive a bonus from the prize money.

Previous FedEx Cup prize money

Here’s how the FedEx Cup prize money and total purse compares to previous years…

2021
Purse: $60,000,000
Winner: $15,000,000 (Patrick Cantlay)

2020
Purse: $60,000,000
Winner: $15,000,000 (Dustin Johnson)

2019
Purse: $60,000,000
Winner: $15,000,000 (Rory McIlroy)

2018
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Justin Rose)

2017
Purse: $60,000,000
Winner: $15,000,000 (Justin Thomas)

2016
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Rory McIlroy)

2015
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Jordan Spieth)

2014
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $15,000,000 (Billy Horschel)

2013
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Henrik Stenson)

2012
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Brandt Snedeker)

2011
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Bill Haas)

2010
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Jim Furyk)

2009
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Tiger Woods)

2008
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Vijay Singh)

2007
Purse: $35,000,000
Winner: $10,000,000 (Tiger Woods)

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