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Wyndham Championship purse: Payout by player, finishing position

Wyndham Championship purse: Payout by player, finishing position

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA - AUGUST 07: Joohyung Kim of Korea reacts to his birdie on the sixth hole during the final round of the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club on August 07, 2022 in Greensboro, North Carolina. (Photo by Eakin Howard/Getty Images)

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA – AUGUST 07: Joohyung Kim of Korea reacts to his birdie on the sixth hole during the final round of the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club on August 07, 2022 in Greensboro, North Carolina. (Photo by Eakin Howard/Getty Images)

Breaking down the Wyndham Championship payout by finishing position to see the prize money each player takes from the $7.3 million purse.

The Wyndham Championship marks the end of the PGA Tour regular season. Every player in the field came to Sedgefield Country Club looking for a payday, which is the case every week. But more so than the Wyndham Championship payout and prize money that they’re going to get, they have bigger things to worry about.

So much of this week in Greensboro, NC has been about the FedExCup standings and the looming playoffs. Players are vying to jump into the Top 125, improve their positioning to potentially pave the way to Eastlake and the TOUR Championship, and so on.

That’s what made the top of the leaderboard so interesting coming into Sunday, though. On one hand, Sungjae Im was leading the way and trying to move into the Top 10 of the FedExCup. Meanwhile, rookie Tom Kim was trying to get into the playoffs the only way he can on the temporary special exemption: winning.

That added a ton of intrigue to the weekend. But down to dollars and cents, here’s a look at the Wyndham Championship payout by finishing position for the week at Sedgefield as they looked for their share of the $7.3 million purse with the winner receiving $1.314 million.

Wyndham Championship payout by player, finishing position

  1. $1.314 million
  2. $795,700
  3. $503,700
  4. $357,700
  5. $299,300
  6. $264,625
  7. $246,375
  8. $228,125
  9. $213,525
  10. $198,925
  11. $184,325
  12. $169,725
  13. $155,125
  14. $140,525
  15. $133,225
  16. $125,925
  17. $118,625
  18. $111,325
  19. $104,025
  20. $96,725
  21. $89,425
  22. $82,125
  23. $76,285
  24. $70,445
  25. $64,605
  26. $58,765
  27. $56,575
  28. $54,385
  29. $52,195
  30. $50,005
  31. $47,815
  32. $45,625
  33. $43,435
  34. $41,610
  35. $39,785
  36. $37,960
  37. $36,135
  38. $34,675
  39. $33,215
  40. $31,755
  41. $30,295
  42. $28,835
  43. $27,375
  44. $25,915
  45. $24,455
  46. $22,995
  47. $21,535
  48. $20,367
  49. $19,345
  50. $18,761
  51. $18,323
  52. $17,885
  53. $17,593
  54. $17,301
  55. $17,155
  56. $17,009
  57. $16,863
  58. $16,717
  59. $16,571
  60. $16,425
  61. $16,279
  62. $16,133
  63. $15,987
  64. $15,841
  65. $15,695

With over 80 players who actually made the cut at Sedgefield, we’re going to see quite a few more players than the allotted 65 in the payout make around that $15K mark for the tournament this week.

But again, so much of this week has been not about the money that the players will make on the course this week but their potential future earnings. With spots in the FedExCup Playoffs on the line for so many players, that’s been the overarching narrative far more so than the money as players can keep their Tour cards for next year and make big bucks in the playoffs over the next three weeks as well.

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