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Payday at Pebble

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

February 14, 2021

Todd Warshaw

If you felt like there was some déjà vu going on Sunday regarding Jordan Spieth, well you weren’t alone. Just seven days after Spieth held a share of the lead entering the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, he was once again out front in a PGA Tour event trying to end a three-plus-year winless drought. Only this time the 27-year-old three-time major winner was alone at the top, ahead by two strokes over a fivesome of golfers at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, and he wasn’t just riding the wave of an impressive third round but rather an inspired three days on the Monterey Peninsula.

And yet just like a week ago at TPC Scottsdale, the magic seemed to leave Spieth over the final 18 holes at Pebble Beach. After shooting a one-over 72 to finish T-4 a week ago in the Arizona desert, Spieth struggled to a 70 this Sunday, falling into a tie for third once again.

Enter Daniel Berger, among those who started the final round two back of Spieth. With a closing 65—wrapped up with a 30-foot eagle putt on the 18th—the 27-year-old walked away with his fourth career tour victory, winning by two strokes over Maverick McNealy. (Coincidentally, 65 was the same score Brooks Koepka shot last week to pass Spieth and win at Phoenix.)

“That was the best putt I’ve hit in my life,” Berger said.

Spieth’s winless drought now sits at 79 PGA Tour starts since that last victory at the 2017 Open Championship. As we outlined last week, the contrast between his play in the tournaments prior to that last win compared to those after is striking, particularly when you look at Spieth’s earnings in those events. In his previous 78 starts, Spieth had made $9,104,081 in prize money. Let’s say it again, that’s a handsome amount despite walking away with no victories. It’s just that it’s paltry compared to his earnings in the 78 starts before, where they totaled $25,030,605.

The overall prize money payout this week is $7.8 million with Berger earning $1.404 million. Here’s the prize money payout for every golfer who made the cut this week. Come back shortly after the tournament is over and we’ll update this with the names of individual players and how much they made.

Win: Daniel Berger, 270/-18, $1,404,000

2: Maverick McNealy, 272/-16, $850,200

T3: Patrick Cantlay, 273/-15, $460,200

T3: Jordan Spieth, 273/-15, $460,200

T5: Paul Casey, 274/-14, $301,275

T5: Nate Lashley, 274/-14, $301,275

T7: Jason Day, 275/-13, $228,930

T7: Charley Hoffman, 275/-13, $228,930

T7: Max Homa, 275/-13, $228,930

T7: Russell Knox, 275/-13, $228,930

T7: Cameron Tringale, 275/-13, $228,930

12: Tom Hoge, 276/-12, $181,350

13: Kevin Streelman, 277/-11, $165,750

T14: Cameron Davis, 278/-10, $146,250

T14: Tom Lewis, 278/-10, $146,250

T16: Chris Kirk, 279/-9, $118,950

T16: Troy Merritt, 279/-9, $118,950

T16: Matthew NeSmith, 279/-9, $118,950

T16: Chez Reavie, 279/-9, $118,950

T16: Brian Stuard, 279/-9, $118,950

T21: Jim Furyk, 280/-8, $81,822

T21: Doug Ghim, 280/-8, $81,822

T21: Will Gordon, 280/-8, $81,822

T21: Cameron Percy, 280/-8, $81,822

T21: Vaughn Taylor, 280/-8, $81,822

T26: Jason Dufner, 281/-7, $59,280

T26: Ryan Moore, 281/-7, $59,280

T26: Henrik Norlander, 281/-7, $59,280

T26: Pat Perez, 281/-7, $59,280

T30: Akshay Bhatia, 282/-6, $49,920

T30: Scott Brown, 282/-6, $49,920

T30: Scott Stallings, 282/-6, $49,920

T30: Tim Wilkinson, 282/-6, $49,920

T34: Brian Gay, 283/-5, $40,638

T34: Branden Grace, 283/-5, $40,638

T34: Matt Jones, 283/-5, $40,638

T34: Brendan Steele, 283/-5, $40,638

T34: Michael Thompson, 283/-5, $40,638

T39: Sam Burns, 284/-4, $30,030

T39: Brian Harman, 284/-4, $30,030

T39: Patton Kizzire, 284/-4, $30,030

T39: Hank Lebioda, 284/-4, $30,030

T39: Rob Oppenheim, 284/-4, $30,030

T39: John Senden, 284/-4, $30,030

T39: Kyle Stanley, 284/-4, $30,030

T39: Nick Taylor, 284/-4, $30,030

T47: Ryan Armour, 285/-3, $21,814

T47: Bronson Burgoon, 285/-3, $21,814

T47: Beau Hossler, 285/-3, $21,814

T50: Scott Piercy, 286/-2, $19,203.60

T50: Ben Taylor, 286/-2, $19,203.60

T50: Josh Teater, 286/-2, $19,203.60

T50: Jhonattan Vegas, 286/-2, $19,203.60

T50: Vincent Whaley, 286/-2, $19,203.60

T55: Sebastian Cappelen, 287/-1, $18,096

T55: Mark Hubbard, 287/-1, $18,096

T55: Andrew Putnam, 287/-1, $18,096

T55: Will Zalatoris, 287/-1, $18,096

59: Francesco Molinari, 288/E, $17,706

T60: Joel Dahmen, 289/+1, $17,394

T60: Zack Sucher, 289/+1, $17,394

T60: Peter Uihlein, 289/+1, $17,394

T63: Joseph Bramlett, 290/+2, $17,004

T63: Sung Kang, 290/+2, $17,004

65: C.T. Pan, 291/+3, $16,770

66: Scott Harrington, 292/+4, $16,614

67: Wes Roach, 293/+5, $16,458