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Payday at TPC Potomac

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship

May 08, 2022
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Ben Jared

Keegan Bradley entered the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship Sunday with a two-shot advantage over Max Homa, but Homa birdied the first hole at TPC Potomac and Bradley made double-bogey on the par-4 second hole and the see-saw battle continued for the next four hours.

Ultimately, Homa shot a final-round 68 and walked away with his fourth-career PGA Tour victory, his third in the last 15 months. He won by two shots as Bradley tied for second place with Matt Fitzpatrick and Cameron Young. Bradley only made eight pars on the day and shot two-over 72.

“I just feel like life’s good,” Homa said. “I’m starting to believe in myself more. That’s all I can ask for.”

The disappointing finish for Bradley came with one potential perk. He entered the event ranked No. 64 in the Official World Golf Ranking and his finish is expected to move well inside the top 50 in the world. The top-60 as of May 23 will qualify for the U.S. Open at The Country Club at Brookline, Mass. Bradley grew up 150 miles north in Woodstock, Vt., and moved to Massachusetts prior to his season year in high school.

Homa won the Fortinet Championship last September and joins Scottie Scheffler, Sam Burns, Cameron Smith and Hideki Matsuyama as multiple winners this season on the PGA Tour. With the victory, he earned $1.62 million from the $9 million purse.

Here is the prize money payout for each player who made the cut this week at the Wells Fargo Championship.

Win: Max Homa, 272/-8, $1,620,000

T-2: Keegan Bradley, 274/-6, $681,000

T-2: Matt Fitzpatrick, 274/-6, $681,000

T-2: Cameron Young, 274/-6, $681,000

5: Rory McIlroy, 276/-4, $369,000

T-6: Stephan Jaeger, 277/-3, $303,750

T-6: Lanto Griffin, 277/-3, $303,750

T-6: Anirban Lahiri, 277/-3, $303,750

T-9: Stewart Cink, 278/-2, $218,250

T-9: J.T. Poston, 278/-2, $218,250

T-9: Mackenzie Hughes, 278/-2, $218,250

T-9: Adam Schenk, 278/-2, $218,250

T-9: Brian Harman, 278/-2, $218,250

T-9: James Hahn, 278/-2, $218,250

T-15: Jason Day, 279/-1, $141,750

T-15: Chez Reavie, 279/-1, $141,750

T-15: Kurt Kitayama, 279/-1, $141,750

T-15: Nick Taylor, 279/-1, $141,750

T-15: Jhonattan Vegas, 279/-1, $141,750

T-15: C.T. Pan, 279/-1, $141,750

T-21: Sergio Garcia, 280/E, $98,100

T-21: Rickie Fowler, 280/E, $98,100

T-21: Corey Conners, 280/E, $98,100

T-21: Chad Ramey, 280/E, $98,100

T-25: Ryan Armour, 281/+1, $69,150

T-25: Luke Donald, 281/+1, $69,150

T-25: Austin Smotherman, 281/+1, $69,150

T-25: K.H. Lee, 281/+1, $69,150

T-25: Denny McCarthy, 281/+1, $69,150

T-25: Matthew Wolff, 281/+1, $69,150

T-31: Justin Lower, 282/+2, $55,012.50

T-31: Matthew NeSmith, 282/+2, $55,012.50

T-31: Turk Pettit, 282/+2, $55,012.50

T-31: Luke List, 282/+2, $55,012.50

T-35: Russell Knox, 283/+3, $47,925

T-35: Troy Merritt, 283/+3, $47,925

T-37: Tyrrell Hatton, 284/+4, $41,850

T-37: Michael Gligic, 284/+4, $41,850

T-37: Scott Piercy, 284/+4, $41,850

T-37: Si Woo Kim, 284/+4, $41,850

T-41: Dawie van der Walt, 285/+5, $33,750

T-41: Russell Henley, 285/+5, $33,750

T-41: Rory Sabbatini, 285/+5, $33,750

T-41: Tony Finau, 285/+5, $33,750

T-41: Hank Lebioda, 285/+5, $33,750

T-46: Chase Seiffert, 286/+6, $26,670

T-46: Dylan Frittelli, 286/+6, $26,670

T-46: David Lingmerth, 286/+6, $26,670

T-49: Kelly Kraft, 287/+7, $23,490

T-49: Matt Kuchar, 287/+7, $23,490

T-51: Peter Malnati, 288/+8, $21,762

T-51: Brendan Steele, 288/+8, $21,762

T-51: Joel Dahmen, 288/+8, $21,762

T-51: Paul Barjon, 288/+8, $21,762

T-51: Ben Martin, 288/+8, $21,762

T-56: Callum Tarren, 289/+9, $20,790

T-56: Abraham Ancer, 289/+9, $20,790

T-56: Camilo Villegas, 289/+9, $20,790

T-59: Henrik Norlander, 290/+10, $20,340

T-59: Ben Kohles, 290/+10, $20,340

61: Martin Laird, 291/+11, $20,070

T-62: Kevin Chappell, 293/+13, $19,800

T-62: Dylan Wu, 293/+13, $19,800

T-64: Michael Thompson, 295/+15, $19,440

T-64: Taylor Moore, 295/+15, $19,440