- The WM Phoenix Open was the first full-field designated event of the year.
- It had a purse of $20 million and a winner's share of $3.6 million.
- Scottie Scheffler won for the second straight year.
The WM Phoenix Open was already the most electric event on the PGA Tour, and it was even bigger in 2023.
Not only was it the first full-field designated event of the year with a loaded field (136 players), but TPC Scottsdale is also just a few miles from State Farm Stadium, where the Super Bowl was played the same day as the final round.
With so many more people in the area for the week, the crowds were even crazier than usual.
Scottie Scheffler won the event for the second straight year and, in doing so, became the No. 1 player in the world once again.
Scheffler finished the week at 19-under, which was two shots better than Nick Taylor.
Like all designated events, the tournament had a purse of $20 million.
How Much Does the Winner of the WM Phoenix Open Make?
Scottie Scheffler’s winner’s share for the 2023 WM Phoenix Open was $3.6 million.
WM Phoenix Open: Winner’s Payout, Prize Money Earnings
|T23||Si Woo Kim||-6||$174,000|
|T50||Erik van Rooyen||-1||$48,542|
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