Fortinet Championship 2023: Winner’s Payout & Prize Money Earnings

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Sahith Theegala lifts his trophy on the 18th green of the Silverado Resort North Course after winning the Fortinet Championship PGA golf tournament in Napa, Calif., Sunday, Sept. 17, 2023.
(AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable Sep 18, 2023, 7:57 AM
  • The 2023 Fortinet Championship purse was $8.4 million.
  • The winner's share was $1.512 million.
  • Sahith Theegala won for the first time on the PGA Tour.

The fall portion of the 2023 PGA Tour schedule began, with the Fortinet Championship from the Silverado Resort in Napa, California.

Although big names like defending champion Max Homa and Justin Thomas were in the field, it wasn’t a signature event.

This was the final PGA Tour event before the Ryder Cup.

In the end, Sahith Theegala picked up his first career PGA Tour victory. He finished (-21) two shots ahead of S.H. Kim.

The event had a purse of $8.4 million, up from $8 million a year ago.

How Much Does the Winner of the Fortinet Championship Make?

Sahith Theegala’s winner’s share for the Fortinet Championship was $1.512 million. 

Fortinet Championship: Winner’s Payout, Prize Money Earnings

PositionPlayerScoreEarnings
1Sahith Theegala-21$1,512,000
2S.H. Kim-19$915,600
3Cam Davis-17$579,600
4Eric Cole-16$411,600
5Justin Thomas-15$344,400
6Brendon Todd-14$304,500
T7Troy Merritt-13$255,150
T7Max Homa-13$255,150
T7Callum Tarren-13$255,150
T7Matt Kuchar-13$255,150
T11Matthias Schwab-12$195,300
T11J.J. Spaun-12$195,300
T11Peter Malnati-12$195,300
T14Dylan Wu-11$153,300
T14Sam Ryder-11$153,300
T14K.H. Lee-11$153,300
T17Doug Ghim-10$132,300
T17Mark Hubbard-10$132,300
T19Martin Laird-9$99,540
T19Carson Young-9$99,540
T19Jason Dufner-9$99,540
T19Hank Lebioda-9$99,540
T19Chad Ramey-9$99,540
T19Robby Shelton-9$99,540
T25Luke List-8$65,940
T25Greyson Sigg-8$65,940
T25Vince Whaley-8$65,940
T25D.J. Trahan-8$65,940
T25Kelly Kraft-8$65,940
T30Tyson Alexander-7$42,532
T30Russell Knox-7$42,532
T30David Lipsky-7$42,532
T30Nate Lashley-7$42,532
T30Ben Taylor-7$42,532
T30Erik van Rooyen-7$42,532
T30Satoshi Kodaira-7$42,532
T30Justin Suh-7$42,532
T30Beau Hossler-7$42,532
T30Tom Johnson-7$42,532
T30Lucas Herbert-7$42,532
T30Jimmy Walker-7$42,532
T30Davis Thompson-7$42,532
T30Scott Harrington-7$42,532
T30Martin Trainer-7$42,532
T45Stephan Jaeger-6$23,964
T45James Hahn-6$23,964
T45Andrew Landry-6$23,964
T45Sam Stevens-6$23,964
T45Harry Hall-6$23,964
T45Ryan Moore-6$23,964
T45Justin Lower-6$23,964
T52Mackenzie Hughes-5$20,118
T52Zac Blair-5$20,118
T52Brice Garnett-5$20,118
T52Sangmoon Bae-5$20,118
T56Preston Summerhays (a)-4$0
T56Ben Crane-4$19,236
T56Patton Kizzire-4$19,236
T56Austin Cook-4$19,236
T56Kevin Streelman-4$19,236
T56Scott Stallings-4$19,236
T62Kevin Kisner-3$18,648
T62Chesson Hadley-3$18,648
64William McGirt-2$18,396
65Sung Kang-1$18,228
T66Richy WerenskiE$17,976
T66Chez ReavieE$17,976
68Carl Yuan2$17,724

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Ryan Hannable

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Ryan Hannable is a Content Managing Editor on the Web Content Team for BetMGM. Previously, he was a New England Patriots beat writer for WEEI in Boston. He also has published a golf book, “The Ultimate Book of Golf Trivia: 600 Questions and Answers.”

Ryan Hannable is a Content Managing Editor on the Web Content Team for BetMGM. Previously, he was a New England Patriots beat writer for WEEI in Boston. He also has published a golf book, “The Ultimate Book of Golf Trivia: 600 Questions and Answers.”