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Payday at Torrey Pines

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2024 Farmers Insurance Open

January 27, 2024
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Ben Jared

The Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego is no longer “that tournament where Tiger Woods starts his season.” Instead, it has taken on a different identity that Golf Digest senior writer (and lifelong San Diego resident) Tod Leonard explored with players earlier this week.

Still, history was made Saturday at Torrey Pines South Course when Matthieu Pavon birdied the last hole to capture the event by a shot and become the first Frenchman to win on the PGA Tour. He shot a final-round 69 to end with a 13-under-par 275 total and took home $1.62 million from the $9 million purse. Nicolai Hojgaard finished a shot back in second place. Nate Lashley, Jake Knapp and Stephan Jaeger tied for third.

Pavon, 31, bogeyed the opening hole Saturday, then made four birdies in a six-hole span to shoot 33 going out. He rattled off seven consecutive pars on the back before missing a par putt from three feet on the par-4 17th. On 18, he found a fairway bunker off the tee, hacked his second into thick rough and hit a miraculous 8-iron from 155 yards to eight feet and made the birdie putt on the par-5 closer to seal the victory.

"I dreamt about it since I was a kid," Pavon said.

Here's the prize money payout break down for every golfer who made the cut this week at Torrey Pines.

Torrey Pines Golf Course: South
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Torrey Pines Golf Course: South
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Torrey Pines sits on one of the prettiest golf course sites in America, atop coastal bluffs north of San Diego with eye-dazzling views of the Pacific. Rees Jones’ remodeling of the South Course in the early 2000s not only made the course competitive for the 2008 U.S. Open (won by Tiger Woods in a playoff over Rocco Mediate), it also brought several coastal canyons into play for everyday play, especially on the par-3 third and par-4 14th. An annual PGA Tour stop, Torrey Pines received another boost by Jones prior to hosting its second U.S. Open in 2021, this one won by Jon Rahm.
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Win: Matthieu Pavon, -13/275, $1,620,000

2: Nicolai Hojgaard, -12/276, $981,000

T-3: Nate Lashley, -11/277, $477,000

T-3: Jake Knapp, -11/277, $477,000

T-3: Stephan Jaeger, -11/277, $477,000

T-6: Kevin Yu, -10/278, $303,750

T-6: Beau Hossler, -10/278, $303,750

T-6: Tony Finau, -10,278, $305,750

T-9: Patrick Rodgers, -9/279, $236,250

T-9: Xander Schauffele, -9/279, $236,250

T-9: Ludvig Aberg, -9/279, $236,250

T-9: Taylor Pendrith, -9/279, $236,250

T-13: Tom Whitney, -8/280, $156,535.71

T-13: Hideki Matsuyama, -8/280, $156,535.71

T-13: Max Homa, -8/280, $156,535.71

T-13: Doug Ghim, -8/280, $156,535.71

T-13: Akshay Bhatia, -8/280, $156,535.71

T-13: Will Zalatoris, -8/280, $156,535.71

T-13: Taylor Montgomery, -8/280, $156,535.71

T-20: Mark Hubbard, -7/281, $102,330

T-20: Rafael Campos, -7/281, $102,330

T-20: Ryan Brehm, -7/281, $102,330

T-20: Emiliano Grillo, -7/281, $102,330

T-20: Thomas Detry, -7/281, $102,330

T-25: Shane Lowry, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-25: Scott Stallings, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-25: Chesson Hadley, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-25: Adam Schenk, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-25: Joseph Bramlett, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-25: Robby Shelton, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-25: Parker Coody, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-25: Trace Crowe, -6/282, $66,262.50

T-33: Aaron Rai, -5/283, $50,175

T-33: Hayden Springer, -5/283, $50,175

T-33: Ryo Hisatsune, -5/283, $50,175

T-33: Joe Highsmith, -5/283, $50,175

T-37: Ben Martin, -4/284, $40,050

T-37: Michael Kim, -4/284, $40,050

T-37: Austin Eckroat, -4/284, $40,050

T-37: Nick Hardy, -4/284, $40,050

T-37: Aaron Baddeley, -4/284, $40,050

T-37: Maverick McNealy, -4/284, $40,050

T-43: Min Woo Lee, -3/285, $28,530

T-43: Keegan Bradley, -3/285, $28,530

T-43: Justin Lower, -3/285, $28,530

T-43: Sam Stevens, -3/285, $28,530

T-43: Alejandro Tosti, -3/285, $28,530

T-43: Erik Barnes, -3/285, $28,530

T-43: Sami Valimaki, -3/285, $28,530

T-50: Luke List, -2/286, $21,990

T-50: Bronson Burgoon, -2/286, $21,990

T-50: Chris Gotterup, -2/286, $21,990

T-50: S.H. Kim, -2/286, $21,990

T-50: Dylan Wu, -2/286, $21,990

T-50: Kevin Doughterty, -2/286, $21,990

T-56: Patrick Cantlay, -1/287, $20,340

T-56: Justin Rose, -1/287, $20,340

T-56: Carson Young, -1/287, $20,340

T-56: Vincent Norrman, -1/287, $20,340

T-56: Tyson Alexander, -1/287, $20,340

T-56: Ben Silverman, -1/287, $20,340

T-56: Tom Hoge, -1/287, $20,340

T-56: Charley Hoffman, -1/287, $20,340

T-64: Lanto Griffin, E/288, $19,080

T-64: Sahith Theegala, E/288, $19,080

T-64: Harris English, E/288, $19,080

T-64: Mackenzie Hughes, E/288, $19,080

T-64: Ben Taylor, E/288, $19,080

T-64: Taiga Semikawa, E/288, $19,080

T-70: Taylor Moore, +1/289, $18,270

T-70: Jacob Bridgeman, +1/289, $18,270

T-70: Alexander Bjork, +1/289, $18,270

T-73: Francesco Molinari, +2/290, $17,820

T-73: Zac Blair, +2/290, $17,820

75: Adrien Dumont de Chassart, +3/291, $17,550

76: Chandler Phillips, +4/292, $17,370

77: Justin Suh, +5/293, $17,190

T-78: Chad Ramey, +6/294, $16,920

T-78: Brandt Snedeker, +6/294, $16,920