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January 24, 2021

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 American Express

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Harry How

Signage along the 18th fairway on the Stadium course at PGA West for the 2021 American Express.

Tony Finau had another opportunity on Sunday to win his elusive second title on the PGA Tour. Tied at the top with Max Homa and Si Woo Kim at The American Express in La Quinta, Calif., it was the fourth time in his career that Finau entered the final round of a tour event with at least a share of the lead.

Unfortunately for Finau, it also became the fourth time he failed to hang on and claim that second title.

Instead, it was Kim ending a lengthy winless draught. With a closing 64 at the Stadium Course at PGA West—including birdies on two of the last three holes—the 25-year-old South Korean claimed his third career tour title but the first since May 2017, when he won the Players Championship.

As for Finau, the 31-year-old could muster only a final-round 68 to finish in fourth.

Since Finau won his lone tour title almost five years ago at the Puerto Rico Open, he has made 125 starts and played some stellar golf. He’s had 35 top-10 finishes, including six runners-up, in that time. But no victories.

For another measure of how impressive Finau’s run has been despite the struggles to bring home any more titles, consider his career earnings. Finau has made $20.8 million in his tour career. That ranks him 79th all time on tour. However, only one golfer with just one PGA Tour win has earned more: Louis Oosthuizen who has $22.4 million in earnings on the PGA Tour with only the 2010 Open Championship victory.

Meanwhile, since that Puerto Rico Open win, Finau has made $17,753,418 without a victory. To put that in perspective, the most any PGA Tour pro has earned in a career without winning a title is Brian Davis at $13.3 million.

The overall prize money payout on Sunday at The American Express is $6.7 million with Kim taking home $1,206,000. Here is the prize money payout for each golfer who made the cut in the California desert. We’ll update this list shortly with individual player names and their specific earnings.

Win: Si Woo Kim, -23, $1,206,000

2: Patrick Cantlay, -22, $730,300

3: Cameron Davis, -21, $462,300

4: Tony Finau, -19, $328,300

T-5: Abraham Ancer, -15, $247,900

T-5: Michael Thompson, -15, $247,900

T-5: Doug Ghim, -15, $247,900

T-8: Ben An, -14, $189,275

T-8: Paul Casey, -14, $189,275

T-8: Francesco Molinari, -14, $189,275

T-8: Brian Harman, -14, $189,275

T-12: Henrik Norlander, -13, $137,350

T-12: Rory Sabbatini, -13, $137,350

T-12: Sungjae Im, -13, $137,350

T-12: Chase Seiffert, -13, $137,350

T-16: Bo Hoag, -12, $102,175

T-16: Chris Kirk, -12, $102,175

T-16: Ryan Armour, -12, $102,175

T-16: Gary Woodland, -12, $102,175

T-16: Russell Knox, -12, $102,175

T-21: Kramer Hickok, -11, $58,625

T-21: Branden Steele, -11, $58,625

T-21: Rickie Fowler, -11, $58,625

T-21: John Huh, -11, $58,625

T-21: Brandon Hagy, -11, $58,625

T-21: Andrew Putnam, -11, $58,625

T-21: Luke List, -11, $58,625

T-21: Talor Gooch, -11, $58,625

T-21: Matt Jones, -11, $58,625

T-21: Richy Werenski, -11, , $58,625

T-21: Max Homa, -11, $58,625

T-32: Kyle Stanley, -10, $38,257

T-32: James Hahn, -10, $38,256

T-32: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, -10, $38,257

T-32: Auastin Cook, -10, $38,257

T-32: Adam Hadwin, -10, $38,190

T-37: Bronson Burgoon, -9, $31,257

T-37: Adam Schenk, -9, $31,257

T-37: Emiliano Grillo, -9, $31,257

T-40: Josh Teater, -8, $25,125

T-40: Alex Noren, -8, $25,125

T-40: Jamie Lovemark, -8, $25,125

T-40: Rhein Gibson, -8, $25,125

T-40: Matthew Wolff, -8, $25,125

T-40: Roger Sloan, -8, $25,125

T-40: Tyler McCumber, -8, $25,125

T-47: Nick Taylor, -7, $17,777.34

T-47: Rob Oppenheim, -7, $17,777.34

T-47: Sam Ryder, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Martin Laird, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Brian Stuard, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Harry Hall, -7, $17,777.33

53: Patton Kizzire, -6, $16,147

T-54: Charl Schwartzel, -5, $15,812

T-54: Wyndham Clark, -5, $15,812

T-56: Ben Martin, -4, $15,410

T-56: Tyler Duncan, -4, $15,410

T-56: Cameron Tringale, -4, $15,410

T-56: Erik van Rooyen, -4, $15,410

T-60: Jimmy Walker, -3, $15,008

T-60: Vaughn Taylor, -3, $15,008

T-62: Hank Lebioda, -2, $14,740

T-62: Zach Johnson, -2, $14,740

T-64: Andrew Landry, -1, $14,338

T-64: David Hearn, -1, $14,338

T-64: Will Gordon, -1, $14,338

T-64: Sebastian Cappelen, -1, $14,338

68: Nelson Ledesma, E, $14,003

69: Adam Long, +1, $13,869

70: Doc Redman, +2, $13,735

71: Maverick McNealy, +3, $13,601