Pay day at Olympia Fields
August 30, 2020

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2020 BMW Championship

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All’s well that ends well for Jon Rahm. But not without a lot of drama and a little angst. The 25-year-old Spaniard had shot the low round of the BMW Championship through 54 holes, a four-under 66 on Saturday at difficult Olympia Fields. However, it included a penalty stroke he had to give himself after somehow forgetting to mark his ball when he picked it up the fifth green.

“I just hope I don’t lose by one,” Rahm said after his round Saturday, sitting three off the lead of Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama with 18 holes remaining. “I’m just going to say that. I just hope. And if I do, well, very well my fault. It’s as simple as that.”

Rahm then tried to made sure the mental error didn’t cost him the tournament, shooting an even lower six-under 64 on Sunday, But when Johnson birdied the 18th hole to match Rahm’s four-under 276 total, the pair went to a playoff. Indeed, the one-stroke penalty was a difference-maker in terms of Rahm winning the title in regulation.

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But Rahm then made a 66-footer for a birdie on the first playoff hole to beat Johnson in overtime, claiming his fifth career PGA Tour title.

With the victory, Rahm grabbed the first-place prize money payout of $1.71 million from the overall purse of $9.5 million.

Here’s the prize money payout for each golfer competing. Check back shortly after the end of the tournament and we’ll update the list with individual names and how much they earned.

Win: Jon Rahm, -4, $1,710,000

P-2: Dustin Johnson, -4, $1,026,000

T-3: Hideki Matsuyama, -2, $551,000

T-3: Joaquin Niemann, -2, $551,000

5: Tony Finau, -1, $384,750

T-6: Jason Kokrak, E, $337,250

T-6: Matthew Fitzpatrick, E, $337,250

T-8: Brendon Todd, +1, $285,000

T-8: Sebastian Munoz, +1, $285,000

T-10: Lanto Griffin, +2, $247,000

T-10: Mackenzie Hughes, +2, $247,000

T-12: Byeong Hun An, +3, $192,375

T-12: Patrick Cantlay, +3, $192,375

T-12: Rory McIlroy, +3, $192,375

T-12: Brian Harman, +3, $192,375

T-16: Matthew Wolff, +4, $147,250

T-16: Paul Casey, +4, $147,250

T-16: Tyrrell Hatton, +4, $147,250

T-16: Bubba Watson, +4, $147,250

T-20: Scottie Scheffler, +5, $106,780

T-20: Joel Dahmen, +5, $106,780

T-20: Collin Morikawa, +5, $106,780

T-20: Richy Werenski, +5, $106,780

T-20: Cameron Smith, +5, $106,780

T-25: Justin Thomas, +6, $69,468.75

T-25: Xander Schauffele, +6, $69,468.75

T-25: Carlos Ortiz, +6, $69,468.75

T-25: Daniel Berger, +6, $69,468.75

T-25: Louis Oosthuizen, +6, $69,468.75

T-25: Russell Henley, +6, $69,468.75

T-25: Kevin Kisner, +6, $69,468.75

T-25: Adam Scott, +6, $69,468.75

T-33: Gary Woodland, +7, $49,128.57

T-33: Danny Lee, +7, $49,128.57

T-33: Brendan Steele, +7, $49,128.57

T-33: Dylan Frittelli, +7, $49,128.57

T-33: Corey Conners, +7, $49,128.57

T-33: Billy Horschel, +7, $49,128.57

T-33: Abraham Ancer, +7, $49,128.57

T-40: Ryan Palmer, +8, $34,200

T-40: Maverick McNealy, +8, $34,200

T-40: Adam Hadwin, +8, $34,200

T-40: Viktor Hovland, +8, $34,200

T-40: Jim Herman, +8, $34,200

T-40: Alex Noren, +8, $34,200

T-40: Patrick Reed, +8, $34,200

T-40: Harris English, +8, $34,200

T-48: Tyler Duncan, +9, $25,365

T-48: Charles Howell III, +9, $25,365

50: Bryson DeChambeau, +10, $23,940

T-51: Kevin Streelman, +11, $22,496

T-51: Nick Taylor, +11, $22,496

T-51: Tiger Woods, +11, $22,496

T-51: Kevin Na, +11, $22,496

T-51: Mark Hubbard, +11, $22,496

T-56: Sungjae Im, +12, $21,470

T-56: Adam Long, +12, $21,470

T-56: Harry Higgs, +12, $21,470

T-59: J.T. Poston, +13, $20,710

T-59: Matt Kuchar, +13, $20,710

T-59: Robby Shelton, +13, $20,710

T-59: Michael Thompson, +13, $20,710

T-59: Max Homa, +13, $20,710

64: Jason Day, +14, $20,140

T-65: Talor Gooch, +15, $19,760

T-65: Cameron Champ, +15, $19,760

T-65: Tom Hoge, +15, $19,760

68: Andrew Landry, +21, $19,380

69: Marc Leishman, +30, $19,190