U.S. Open 2023: Winner’s Payout & Prize Money Earnings

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Wyndham Clark holds the trophy after winning after the U.S. Open golf tournament at Los Angeles Country Club on Sunday, June 18, 2023, in Los Angeles.
(AP Photo/George Walker IV)
Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable Jun 19, 2023, 8:28 AM
  • The U.S. Open from Los Angeles Country Club was June 15-18.
  • Wyndham Clark won his first major.
  • It had a record $20 million purse and $3.6 million winner's share.

The third major of the year, the U.S. Open, was June 15-18 at Los Angeles Country Club.

It was the first time the course hosted a major.

In a great tournament, Wyndham Clark won the event at 10-under. He finished a shot better than Rory McIlroy.

This was his second career PGA Tour win and first career major.

The event had a record purse of $20 million. This is up from $17.5 million a year ago.

It is worth noting the players who missed the cut were paid $10,000, and amateurs were not paid at all, although they did receive travel stipends.

How Much Does the Winner of the U.S. Open Make?

Wyndham Clark’s winner’s share for the 2023 U.S. Open was $3.6 million.

U.S. Open: Winner’s Payout, Prize Money Earnings

PositionPlayerScoreEarnings
1Wyndham Clark-10$3,600,000
2Rory McIlroy-9$2,160,000
3Scottie Scheffler-7$1,413,430
4Cameron Smith-6$990,867
T5Tommy Fleetwood-5$738,934
T5Min Woo Lee-5$738,934
T5Rickie Fowler-5$738,934
T8Tom Kim-4$562,808
T8Harris English-4$562,808
T10Austin Eckroat-3$430,018
T10Jon Rahm-3$430,018
T10Xander Schauffele-3$430,018
T10Dustin Johnson-3$430,018
T14Russell Henley-2$332,343
T14Collin Morikawa-2$332,343
T14Patrick Cantlay-2$332,343
T17Brooks Koepka-1$284,167
T17Matt Fitzpatrick-1$284,167
19Viktor Hovland E$258,662
T20Jordan Smith+1$200,152
T20Nick Hardy+1$200,152
T20Denny McCarthy+1$200,152
T20Keith Mitchell+1$200,152
T20Shane Lowry+1$200,152
T20Bryson DeChambeau+1$200,152
T20Ryutaro Nagano+1$200,152
T27Sahith Theegala+2$143,294
T27Sergio Garcia+2$143,294
T27Justin Suh+2$143,294
T27Tyrrell Hatton+2$143,294
T27Padraig Harrington+2$143,294
T32Dylan Wu+3$108,001
T32Patrick Rodgers+3$108,001
T32Sam Burns+3$108,001
T32Joaquin Niemann+3$108,001
T32Cameron Young+3$108,001
T32Tony Finau+3$108,001
T32Hideki Matsuyama+3$108,001
T39Gordon Sargent (a)+4$0
T39Eric Cole+4$85,441
T39Si Woo Kim+4$85,441
T39David Puig+4$85,441
T43Sam Bennett+5$66,525
T43Andrew Putnam+5$66,525
T43Sam Stevens+5$66,525
T43Billy Horschel+5$66,525
T43Ryan Fox+5$66,525
T43Brian Harman+5$66,525
T49Mackenzie Hughes+6$49,224
T49Sebastian Munoz+6$49,224
T49Charley Hoffman+6$49,224
T49Kevin Streelman+6$49,224
T49Gary Woodland+6$49,224
T54Abraham Ancer+7$45,271
T54Romain Langasque+7$45,271
T56Ryan Gerard+8$44,421
T56Patrick Reed+8$44,421
58Yuto Katsuragawa+9$43,783
59Adam Hadwin+11$43,358
T60Jacob Solomon+12$42,295
T60Adam Svensson+12$42,295
62Ben Carr (a)+13$0
63Ryo Ishikawa+14$42,080
64Aldrich Potgieter (a)+15$0
65Maxwell Moldovan (a)+17$0

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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.”