Wells Fargo Championship 2022: Winner’s Share, Prize Money Payout

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Max Homa holds the trophy after winning the Wells Fargo Championship golf tournament, Sunday, May 8, 2022, at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm golf club in Potomac, Md.
(AP Photo/Nick Wass)
Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable May 09, 2022, 6:00 AM

It wasn’t the greatest weather week on the PGA Tour with rainy and cool conditions three of the four days at the Wells Fargo Championship.

But in the end, Max Homa, who entered the week with +4000 golf odds to win, prevailed. Homa finished at 8-under, two shots better than three golfers.

The tournament was played at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm since the usual tournament site — Quail Hollow — will be hosting the Presidents Cup later this year. Since this course doesn’t typically host PGA Tour events, it made golf betting a little harder.

This was Homa’s second PGA Tour win of the season. Homa earned a winner’s share of $1,620,000.

The total purse for the event was $9 million.

Below is a prize money breakdown of the money earned for each player who made the cut.

Wells Fargo Championship: Winner’s Share, Total Prize Money Payout

PositionPlayerScoreEarnings
1Max Homa-8$1,620,000
T2Matt Fitzpatrick-6$681,000
T2Cameron Young-6$681,000
T2Keegan Bradley-6$681,000
5Rory McIlroy-4$369,000
T6Stephan Jaeger-3$303,750
T6Lanto Griffin-3$303,750
T6Anirban Lahiri-3$303,750
T9Stewart Cink-2$218,250
T9J.T. Poston-2$218,250
T9Mackenzie Hughes-2$218,250
T9Adam Schenk-2$218,250
T9Brian Harman-2$218,250
T9James Hahn-2$218,250
T15Chez Reavie-1$141,750
T15Kurt Kitayama-1$141,750
T15Nick Taylor-1$141,750
T15Jason Day-1$141,750
T15Jhonattan Vegas-1$141,750
T15C.T. Pan-1$141,750
T21Sergio GarciaE$98,100
T21Rickie FowlerE$98,100
T21Corey ConnersE$98,100
T21Chad RameyE$98,100
T25Ryan Armour+1$69,150
T25Luke Donald+1$69,150
T25Austin Smotherman+1$69,150
T25K.H. Lee+1$69,150
T25Denny McCarthy+1$69,150
T25Matthew Wolff+1$69,150
T31Justin Lower+2$55,013
T31Matthew NeSmith+2$55,013
T31Turk Pettit+2$55,013
T31Luke List+2$55,013
T35Russell Knox+3$47,925
T35Troy Merritt+3$47,925
T37Tyrrell Hatton+4$41,850
T37Michael Gligic+4$41,850
T37Scott Piercy+4$41,850
T37Si Woo Kim+4$41,850
T41Dawie van der Walt+5$33,750
T41Russell Henley+5$33,750
T41Rory Sabbatini+5$33,750
T41Tony Finau+5$33,750
T41Hank Lebioda+5$33,750
T46Dylan Frittelli+6$26,670
T46Chase Seiffert+6$26,670
T46David Lingmerth+6$26,670
T49Kelly Kraft+7$23,490
T49Matt Kuchar+7$23,490
T51Peter Malnati+8$21,762
T51Brendan Steele+8$21,762
T51Joel Dahmen+8$21,762
T51Paul Barjon+8$21,762
T51Ben Martin+8$21,762
T56Callum Tarren+9$20,790
T56Abraham Ancer+9$20,790
T56Camilo Villegas+9$20,790
T59Henrik Norlander+10$20,340
T59Ben Kohles+10$20,340
61Martin Laird+11$20,070
T62Kevin Chappell+13$19,800
T62Dylan Wu+13$19,800
T64Michael Thompson+15$19,440
T64Taylor Moore+15$19,440

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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.”