PGA Tour: Tournament Prize Money Payout List For 2022-23

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Jon Rahm, of Spain, is given a Hawaiian lei after winning the Tournament of Champions golf event, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023, at Kapalua Plantation Course in Kapalua, Hawaii.
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Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable Feb 01, 2023, 11:55 AM
  • PGA prize money for every 2022-23 tournament
  • PGA Tour money list for top golfers in 2022-23
  • Payouts for each winner by tournament

PGA Tour golfers will be making a lot of money during the 2022-23 season, and it won’t just be the top-tier players. (Here are all the PGA Tour winners from the 2022-23 season.)

There’s a great deal of parity on the PGA Tour, which makes golf betting both fun and difficult every week.

There will be a record $428.6 million in prize money up for grabs over the course of the 47 event schedule, including the three in the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

Purses will increase at virtually every event from the 2021-22 season, including eight invitational events that will have purses ranging from $15-25 million.

Below is a running list of the winner’s share and purse breakdown for every tournament on the 2022-23 schedule, as well as an updated PGA Tour money list.

PGA Tour Money List 2022-23

RankGolferEarnings
1Jon Rahm$4,884,750
2Max Homa$4,015,805
3Keegan Bradley$3,533,524
4Tom Kim$2,584,485
5Collin Morikawa$2,260,525
6Tony Finau$2,014,750
7Seamus Power$2,106,071
8Brian Harman$2,007,392
9Sahith Theegala$1,978,140
10Taylor Montgomery$1,934,395

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: TBD, $1,620,000
Purse: $9 million

Full list: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am payouts

Tournament date: Feb. 2-5

Farmers Insurance Open Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Max Homa, $1,566,000
Purse: $8.7 million

Full list: Farmers Insurance Open payouts

Tournament date: Jan. 25-28

Homa won for the second time this season, as his dominance in his home state of California continued. Four of his six career PGA Tour wins have come in California. Led by a final-round 66, Homa finished the week 13-under, two shots better than Keegan Bradley.

The American Express Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Jon Rahm, $1,440,000
Purse: $8 million

Full list: The American Express payouts

Tournament date: Jan. 19-22

Rahm picked up his second win of the season, finishing one shot ahead of Davis Thompson. He finished the week at 27-under, continuing the trend of very low scoring at this event, which is played over three courses at PGA West.

Sony Open in Hawaii Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Si Woo Kim, $1,422,000
Purse: $7.9 million

Full list: Sony Open in Hawaii payouts

Tournament date: Jan. 12-15

Si Woo Kim’s chip-in for birdie on the 17th hole in the final round proved to be the difference, as he was able to best Hayden Buckey by one stroke. He finished the tournament at 18-under. This was the first full-field event of the 2023 calendar year.

Sentry Tournament of Champions Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Jon Rahm, $2.7 million
Purse: $15 million

Full list: Sentry Tournament of Champions payouts

Tournament date: Jan. 5-8

It was a wild final round, with Jon Rahm coming from nine shots back after his first hole to overtake Collin Morikawa. Rahm shot a 10-under 63, while Morikawa shot a 1-under 72. This was the first-ever designated event on the PGA Tour.

PNC Championship Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Team Singh, $200,000
Purse: $1,085,000

Full list: PNC Championship payouts

Tournament date: Dec. 17-18

Team Singh won the event for the first time at 24-under. They finished two shots better than Team Thomas and Team Daly. Team Woods finished T-8. This is not an official PGA Tour event, so players did not receive FedEx Cup points, Official World Golf Ranking points, etc.

QBE Shootout Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Tom Hoge/Sahith Theegala, $950,000
Purse: $3.8 million

Full list: QBE Shootout payouts

Tournament date: Dec. 9-11

The team of Hoge/Theegala outlasted Charley Hoffman/Ryan Palmer for a one-shot win at the QBE Shootout. This is not an official PGA Tour event, so players did not receive FedEx Cup points, Official World Golf Ranking points, etc.

Hero World Challenge Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Viktor Hovland, $1 million
Purse: $3.5 million

Full list: Hero World Challenge payouts

Tournament date: Dec. 1-3

For the second straight year, Hovland won the event in the Bahamas. He finished two shots ahead of Scottie Scheffler.

*This is not an official PGA Tour event. It is hosted by Tiger Woods and is just a 20-player field.

RSM Classic Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Adam Svensson, $1,458,000
Purse: $8.1 million

Full list: RSM Classic payouts

Tournament date: Nov. 17-20

After opening the tournament with a 73, Svensson roared back with rounds of 64-62-64 to claim his first career PGA Tour title. He finished at 17-under, which was two shots better than three other golfers.

Cadence Bank Houston Open Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Tony Finau, $1,512,000
Purse: $8.4 million

Full list: Cadence Bank Houston Open payouts

Tournament date: Nov. 10-13

Finau fired a 62 on Friday, which allowed him to run away with his fifth career win on the PGA Tour. He finished four shots ahead of Tyson Alexander. Memorial Park played tougher than most other courses this fall.

World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Russell Henley, $1,476,000.
Purse: $8.2 million

Full list: World Wide Technology Championship payouts

Tournament date: Nov. 3-6

Henley was in complete control of the tournament, which was his fourth career PGA Tour win. He entered the final round with a six-shot lead, ultimately finishing at 23-under, four shots better than second place.

Butterfield Bermuda Championship Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Seamus Power, $1,170,000
Purse: $6.5 million

Full list: Butterfield Bermuda Championship payouts

Tournament date: Oct. 27-30

Power picked up his second career PGA Tour win, despite making four bogeys on the back-nine on Sunday. He finished the tournament at 19-under, which was one shot better than Thomas Petry.

The CJ Cup Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Rory McIlroy, $1,890,000
Purse: $10.5 million

Full list: The CJ Cup payouts

Tournament date: Oct. 20-23

McIlroy won for the 23rd time on the PGA Tour and moved back to No. 1 in the world by doing so. The 33-year-old fired a final-round 67, which included four birdies on the back-9, to finish one shot ahead of Kurt Kitayama.

ZOZO Championship Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Keegan Bradley, $1,980,000
Purse: $11 million

Full list: ZOZO Championship payouts

Tournament date: Oct. 13-16

Bradley finished at 15-under, one shot ahead of Rickie Fowler and Andrew Putnam, to pick up his first PGA Tour victory since 2018. Fowler was looking to snap a winless drought of his own, as he hasn’t won since 2019. It was Bradley’s fifth career win on the PGA Tour.

Shriners Children’s Open Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Tom Kim, $1,440,000
Purse: $8 million

Full list: Shriners Children’s Open payouts

Tournament date: Oct. 6-9

The 20-year-old earned his second career PGA Tour win in just four starts. He finished at 24-under,  three shots ahead of Patrick Cantlay, who made a stunning triple-bogey on the 72nd hole.

Kim became the first player on the PGA Tour to win two events before turning 21 years old since Tiger Woods.

Sanderson Farms Championship Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Mackenzie Hughes, $1,422,000
Purse: $7.9 million

Full list: Sanderson Farms Championship payouts

Tournament date: Sept 29-Oct. 2

The Canadian picked up his second career PGA Tour win, and first since 2016 in a playoff against Sepp Straka. Hughes birdied the second playoff hole after finishing the tournament at 17-under. After a 71 on Thursday, he battled back the next three days going 63-68-69 over the final three rounds.

Fortinet Championship Winner & Payout

Winner & Payout: Max Homa, $1,440,000
Purse: $8 million

Full listFortinet Championship payouts

Tournament date: Sept. 15-18

Homa successfully defended his title in thrilling fashion. He chipped in for birdie on the 72nd hole and then Danny Willett proceeded to miss a four-foot putt, which gave Homa (16-under) a one-shot victory.

Last Season: PGA Tour Money List 2021-22

RankGolferEarnings
1Scottie Scheffler$14,046,910
2Cameron Smith$10,107,898
3Will Zalatoris$9,405,082
4Patrick Cantlay$9,369,605
5Rory McIlroy$8,654,566
6Xander Schauffele$7,427,299
7Sam Burns$7,073,986
8Matt Fitzpatrick$7,012,672
9Justin Thomas$6,829,576
10Cameron Young$6,520,598
11Tony Finau$6,117,886
12Hideki Matsuyama $5,776,298
13Sungjae Im$5,567,974
14Max Homa$5,289,842
15Jon Rahm$5,248,220

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Ryan Hannable

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Ryan Hannable is a copy 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 copy 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.”