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Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2019 Barracuda Championship

July 28, 2019

Marianna Massey

Six starts, six cuts made, three top-five finishes and one life-changing victory. That's the impressive PGA Tour stat line for Collin Morikawa since turning pro after the NCAA Championship in May. The Cal-Berkeley All-American, who just finished his senior season, earned that win on Sunday when he birdied his final three holes at Montreux Golf & Country Club in Reno, Nev., to grab the final six points needed under the Modified Stableford scoring system to take the title at the PGA Tour's Barracuda Championship.

With the tournament played the same week at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Memphis, the $3.5 million prize money payout and the $630,000 first-place check at Montreux might not be much compared to regular tour stops, but it's still the biggest paycheck Morikawa has cashed since turning pro. Not to mention that the win comes with a two-year exemption on tour and automatic membership for the rookie who was playing on special conditional membership after a runner-up finish to another recent college player, Matthew Wolff, at the 3M Open earlier in the month. Suffice it to say, the perks might be a little bigger than the money earned this week.

Meanwhile, here's the prize money payout for the remainder of the field who made the cut in Reno.

Win: Collin Morikawa, 47, $630,000
2: Troy Merritt, 44, $378,000
T-3: John Chin, 40, $203,000
T-3: Robert Streb, 40, $203,000
5: Bronson Burgoon, 39, $140,000
6: Tom Hoge, 38, $126,000
T-7: Charlie Danielson, 37, $105,437.50
T-7: Martin Laird, 37, $105,437.50
T-7: Ryan Palmer, 37, $105,437.50
T-7: Roger Sloan, 37, $105,437.50
11: Sebastián Muñoz, 36, $87,500
12: Sepp Straka, 35, $80,500
T-13: George McNeill, 34, $70,000
T-13: Josh Teater, 34, $70,000
T-15: Jonathan Byrd, 33, $59,500
T-15: Russell Henley, 33, $59,500
T-15: Chris Stroud, 33, $59,500
T-18: Alex Cejka, 32, $42,600
T-18: Roberto Díaz, 32, $42,600
T-18: Emiliano Grillo, 32, $42,600
T-18: Kyle Jones, 32, $42,600
T-18: Cameron Tringale, 32, $42,600
T-18: Peter Uihlein, 32, $42,600
T-18: Chase Wright, 32, $42,600

T-25: Dominic Bozzelli, 31, $26,716.67
T-25: Billy Hurley III, 31, $26,716.67
T-25: Andrea Pavan, 31, $26,716.66
T-25: Seamus Power, 31, $26,716.66
T-25: Brendon Todd, 31, $26,716.67
T-25: Johnson Wagner, 31, $26,716.67
T-31: Will Gordon, 30, $21,218.75
T-31: Martin Kaymer, 30, $21,218.75
T-31: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, 30, $21,218.75
T-31: Tom Lovelady, 30, $21,218.75
T-35: Brandon Harkins, 29, $18,025
T-35: Beau Hossler, 29, $18,025
T-35: Denny McCarthy, 29, $18,025
38: Matt Every, 28, $16,450
T-39: John Rollins, 27, $15,400
T-39: Brendan Steele, 27, $15,400
T-41: Nicholas Lindheim, 26, $13,300
T-41: D.J. Trahan, 26, $13,300
T-41: Tyrone Van Aswegen, 26, $13,300
T-41: Richy Werenski, 26, $13,300

45: Sam Ryder, 25, $11,550
T-46: Wes Roach, 24, $10,500
T-46: J.J. Spaun, 24, $10,500
T-48: Jonas Blixt, 23, $9,170
T-48: David Lingmerth, 23, $9,170
T-48: Seth Reeves, 23, $9,170
T-51: Sangmoon Bae, 22, $8,423.33
T-51: Jim Herman, 22, $8,423.33
T-51: Andres Romero, 22, $8,423.34
T-54: Ryan Blaum, 21, $8,015
T-54: David Hearn, 21, $8,015
T-54: Zack Sucher, 21, $8,015
T-54: Y.E. Yang, 21, $8,015
58: Daniel Berger, 20, $7,840
T-59: Patrick Rodgers, 19, $7,735
T-59: Sam Saunders, 19, $7,735
T-61: Tommy Gainey, 18, $7,560
T-61: Bill Haas, 18, $7,560
T-61: Pat Perez, 18, $7,560
64: Tyler Duncan, 17, $7,420
65: Adam Svensson, 14, $7,350
66: Alistair Docherty, 13, $7,280
T-67: Robert Allenby, 12, $7,175
T-67: Harris English, 12, $7,175
69: John Daly, 10, $7,070
70: Cody Gribble, 8, $7,000
T-71: Trent Phillips, 5, Amateur T-71: Omar Uresti, 5, $6,930
73: Chip McDaniel, 2, $6,860