See the full breakdown here

The US Open prize money was set at $12.5 million, with Bryson DeChambeau’s winners’ share coming in at a cool $2.25 million. Here is the full breakdown of how much each player won at Winged Foot.

2020 US Open prize money breakdown

1 Bryson DeChambeau $2.25 million
2 Matthew Wolff $1.35 million
3 Louis Oosthuizen $861,457
4 Harris English $603,903
5 Xander Schauffele $502,993
T6 Dustin Johnson, Will Zalatoris $424,040
T8 Tony Finau, Justin Thomas, Webb Simpson, Zach Johnson, Rory McIlroy $302,236
T13 Lee Westwood, Adam Long, Patrick Reed, Viktor Hovland $210,757
T17 Jason Kokrak, Paul Casey, Lucas Glover, Alex Noren, Hideki Matsuyama $157,931
22 Sungjae Im $129,407
T23 Erik van Rooyen, Taylor Pendrith, Jon Rahm, Brendon Todd, Thomas Pieters, Joaquin Niemann, Rafa Cabrera Bello $101,797
30 Charles Howell III $83,422
T31 Lucas Herbert, Renato Paratore, Bubba Watson $75,649
T34 Tyler Duncan, Stephan Jaeger, Romain Langasque, Daniel Berger $64,024
T38 Cameron Smith, Jason Day, Brian Harman, Adam Scott, Billy Horschel $52,074
T43 Shane Lowry, Patrick Cantlay, Bernd Wiesberger, Matt Wallace, Lanto Griffin $39,275
48 Michael Thompson $32,254
T49 Rickie Fowler, Thomas Detry $30,312
T51 John Pak (a), Chesson Hadley, Ryo Ishikawa $28,563*
54 Adam Hadwin $27,720
55 Christiaan Bezuidenhout $27,461
T56 Abraham Ancer, Robert MacIntyre $27,073
58 Troy Merritt $26,684
T59 Rory Sabbatini, Sebastian Munoz $26,296
61 Shugo Imahira $25,901
WD Danny Lee $10,000

*Given his amateur status, John Pak received no prize money

As you can see, Danny Lee was handed a cheque for $10,000 despite his controversial withdrawal from the tournament.

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