The RSM Classic 2022: Winner’s Payout & Prize Money Earnings

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Adam Svensson, of Canada, holds the winning trophy after the final round of the RSM Classic golf tournament, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022, in St. Simons Island, Ga.
(AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton)
Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable Nov 21, 2022, 6:00 AM
  • The RSM Classic had a purse of $8.1 milllion.
  • The RSM Classic had a winner's share of $1,458,000.
  • Adam Svensson won on the PGA Tour for the first time.

The final full-field PGA Tour event of the 2022 season was the RSM Classic in Sea Island, Georgia.

It was an exciting final round, which saw a number of lead changes. In the end, it was Adam Svensson (-17) who won on the PGA Tour for the first time. He entered the event with golf odds to win of +10000.

Svensson finished two strokes ahead of Brian Harman, Callum Tarren and Sahith Theegala. The win was very impressive, considering he shot a 73 on Thursday. He went 64-62-64 Friday-Sunday.

The 28-year-old won three times on the Korn Ferry Tour before claiming his first PGA Tour win.

The purse for the event is set at $8.1 million.

How Much Does the Winner of The RSM Classic Make?

Adam Svensson’s winner’s share at the 2022 RSM Classic was $1,458,000.

The RSM Classic: Winner’s Payout, Prize Money Earnings

PositionPlayerScoreEarnings
1Adam Svensson-19$1,458,000
T2Callum Tarren-17$612,900
T2Brian Harman-17$612,900
T2Sahith Theegala-17$612,900
T5Joel Dahmen-15$277,830
T5Cole Hammer-15$277,830
T5Chris Stroud-15$277,830
T5Seamus Power-15$277,830
T5Alex Smalley-15$277,830
T10Robby Shelton-14$188,325
T10David Lingmerth-14$188,325
T10Erik Barnes-14$188,325
T10Wyndham Clark-14$188,325
T10Patrick Rodgers-14$188,325
T15J.J. Spaun-13$127,575
T15Greyson Sigg-13$127,575
T15Seung-Yul Noh-13$127,575
T15Will Gordon-13$127,575
T15Taylor Pendrith-13$127,575
T15Taylor Montgomery-13$127,575
T21J.T. Poston-12$76,646
T21Russell Knox-12$76,646
T21Danny Lee-12$76,646
T21Ben Taylor-12$76,646
T21Beau Hossler-12$76,646
T21Harry Higgs-12$76,646
T21Andrew Putnam-12$76,646
T21Ben Martin-12$76,646
T29Kevin Kisner-11$51,907
T29Zac Blair-11$51,907
T29Ben Griffin-11$51,907
T29Harris English-11$51,907
T29Justin Rose-11$51,907
T29Paul Haley II-11$51,907
T35Chris Gotterup-10$41,209
T35Michael Kim-10$41,209
T35Patton Kizzire-10$41,209
T35Kevin Streelman-10$41,209
T39Hayden Buckley-9$32,805
T39Keith Mitchell-9$32,805
T39Aaron Baddeley-9$32,805
T39Henrik Norlander-9$32,805
T39Eric Cole-9$32,805
T39Carl Yuan-9$32,805
45Akshay Bhatia-8$27,135
T46Denny McCarthy-7$21,748
T46Kevin Roy-7$21,748
T46Brice Garnett-7$21,748
T46Davis Riley-7$21,748
T46Jim Herman-7$21,748
T46Stephan Jaeger-7$21,748
T46Dylan Wu-7$21,748
T46Ryan Armour-7$21,748
T54Martin Trainer-6$18,630
T54Trevor Cone-6$18,630
T54Scott Stallings-6$18,630
T54Dean Burmester-6$18,630
T54Brandon Wu-6$18,630
T54Kevin Yu-6$18,630
T54Brent Grant-6$18,630
T54Jacob Bridgeman-6$18,630
T62Matthias Schwab-5$17,820
T62Tyson Alexander-5$17,820
T64Joseph Bramlett-4$17,496
T64Doc Redman-4$17,496
66Justin Suh-3$17,253
T67Zecheng Dou-1$17,010
T67Andrew Landry-1$17,010
69MJ Daffue+1$16,767

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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.”