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WM Phoenix Open prize money

How much? Here’s the WM Phoenix Open prize money

How much does each PGA Tour star take home from TPC Scottsdale?

 

It was that time of the year again – the return of the raucous and pulsating WM Phoenix Open.

When TPC Scottsdale is mentioned, one thing is subsequently thought of: the 16th hole.

The Stadium Hole has become an iconic and extremely popular landmark that plays host to loud, beer-launching fans surrounding a tricky little par 3.

Wyndham Clark was the hero of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in the previous week as he was named the winner after 54 holes when bad weather ended the tournament prematurely.

Clark lined up against Sam Burns, Scottie Scheffler, Rickie Fowler, Matt Fitzpatrick, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in Arizona.

However, it was Mr Clutch himself, Nick Taylor, who took victory after beating Charley Hoffman in a playoff.

The Canadian made a birdie on the 72nd hole to force a playoff with the American before he birdied the second playoff hole to put the tournament to bed.

The prize purse stands at $8,800,000 with the winner banking a healthy sum of $1,584,000. Scheffler was the defending champion and won $3.6 million last year having cashed in on the event’s old Elevated status.

WM Phoenix Open prize money

WM Phoenix Open prize money breakdown

Purse: $8,800,000

WIN: Nick Taylor $1.584 million

Playoff-2: Charley Hoffman, $959,200

T3: Sam Burns, $519,200

T3: Scottie Scheffler, $519,200

5: Sahith Theegala, $360,800

T6: Jordan Spieth, $308,000

T6: Maverick McNealy, $308,000

T8: Adam Scott, $248,600

T8: Kurt Kitayama, $248,600

T8: Cameron Young, $248,600

T8: Andrew Novak, $248,600

T12: Si Woo Kim, $187,000

T12: Justin Thomas, $187,000

T12: Doug Ghim, $187,000

T15: Davis Thompson, $156,200

T15: Matt Fitzpatrick, $156,200

T17: Harris English, $125,400

T17: Keith Mitchell, $125,400

T17: Adam Schenk, $125,400

T17: Tom Kim, $124,400

T17: Tom Hoge, $125,400

T22: Brendon Todd, $82,133.33

T22: Hideki Matsuyama, $82,133.33

T22: Emiliano Grillo, $82,133.33

T22: Justin Suh, $82,133.33

T22: Jhonattan Vegas, $82,133.33

T22: Denny McCarthy, $82,133.33

T28: Jim Knous, $53,000

T28: Christian Bezuidenhout, $53,000

T28: Corey Conners, $53,000

WM Phoenix Open prize money

T28: S.H. Kim, $53,000

T28: Thomas Detry, $53,000

T28: Ben Griffin, $53,000

T28: Hayden Buckley, $53,000

T28: Jake Knapp, $53,000

T28: Sam Stevens, $53,000

T28: Daniel Berger, $53,000

T28: Aaron Baddeley, $53,000

T39: Taylor Moore, $39,160

T39: Taylor Montgomery, $39,160

T41: Carson Young, $30,404

T41: Beau Hossler, $30,404

T41: Billy Horschel, $30,404

T41: Joel Dahmen $30,404

T41: Sami Valimaki, $30,404

T41: Wyndham Clark, $30,404

T41: Harry Hall, $30,404

T41: Ryan Fox, $30,404

T49: Eric Cole, $22,396

T49: Zac Blair, $22,396

T49: Garrick Higgo, $22,396

T49:Kevin Chappell, $22,396

T53: Tyler Duncan, $20,529.14

T53: Matt Wallace, $20,529.14

T53: Justin Lower, $20,529.14

T53: Mark Hubbard, $20,529.14

T53: Tyson Alexander, $20,529.14

T53: Alex Noren, $20,529.14

T53: Martin Laird, $20,529.14

T60: Adrien Dumont de Chassart, $19,448

T60: Shane Lowry, $19,448

T60: Robby Shelton, $19,448

T60: Zach Johnson, $19,448

T60: Brian Harman, $19,448

65: Bud Cauley, $18,920

T66: Byeong Hun An, $18,392

T66: Nick Hardy, $18,392

T66: Jesse Mueller, $18,392

T66: Seamus Power, $18,392

T66: Sungjae Im, $18,392

T71: Matt NeSmith, $17,776

T71: Min Woo Lee, $17,776

73: Nicolo Galletti, $17,512

What about the WM Phoenix Open prize money prize money from previous years? Here is the total purse and the winner’s share from past tournaments…

2023

Purse: $20,000,000
Winner: $3,600,000 (Scottie Scheffler)

2022

Purse: $8,200,000
Winner: $1,476,000 (Scottie Scheffler)

2021

Purse: $7,300,000
Winner: $1,314,000 (Brooks Koepka)

2020

Purse: $7,300,000
Winner: $1,314,000 (Webb Simpson)

2019

Purse: $7,100,000
Winner: $1,278,000 (Rickie Fowler)

2018

Purse: $6,900,000
Winner: $1,242,000 (Gary Woodland)

2017

Purse: $6,700,000
Winner: $1,206,000 (Hideki Matsuyama)

2016

Purse: $6,500,000
Winner: $1,170,000 (Hideki Matsuyama)

2015

Purse: $6,300,000
Winner: $1,134,000 (Brooks Koepka)

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