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2019 Wells Fargo Championship prize money

2019 Wells Fargo Championship prize money

How much did each player earn on the PGA Tour this week?
 

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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Matthew Beedle

National Club Golfer and National Club Golfer magazine

Matthew has been playing golf since he was around 13 and took up the game at a local nine-hole municipal course with his friends before joining Pontefract & District Golf Club just over the hedge.

Still a member of Pontefract with a handicap of 3, he currently sits on the board of directors to help with digital and marketing initiatives in order to improve membership and visitor income.

Matthew graduated university with a First Class in Sports Journalism from Leeds Trinity University and has been working in the golf industry since graduating.

NCG’s social media & marketing manager, Matthew’s main job role is to increase website traffic to the National Club Golfer website via our email and social media channels as well as driving entries to grow our NCG Top 100s Tour events amongst other tasks.

Not one to change his equipment too often, Matthew currently plays the TaylorMade M2 driver which has lasted the test of time in his bag. Elsewhere, you’ll find him using the TaylorMade Stealth 2 three-wood with a Ping G425 Crossover 2-iron to aid his long game.

Through his 4-iron to Gap Wedge, Matthew uses the Ping i500 irons accompanied by Ping’s Glide 3.0 56-degree and 60-degree wedges.

Another club that has stood the test of time in his bag is a Nike Method Core MC-3i putter which has had to have the SuperStroke grip changed at least three times. Ball of choice is the Titleist ProV1.

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