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Payday in Greensboro

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 Wyndham Championship

August 15, 2021

Kevin C. Cox

For loyal readers of our weekly PGA Tour prize money payout posts, you know our curiosity behind player earnings on tour knows no ends. However, if there’s a week of the year in which paydays actually falls down on the priority list, it’s this one here at the Wyndham Championship. As the last regular-season event on the schedule, players aren’t so much concerned about picking pick up an extra grand or two coming down the stretch on Sunday at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. Instead, they’re thinking about grabbing an extra dozen FedEx Cup points in order to creep just a little higher on the standings.

Getting inside the top 125 is the primary aim, something a trio of golfers accomplished—Roger Sloan, Chesson Hadley and Scott Piercy. Sloan, meanwhile, nearly won the tournament, getting into a six-man playoff at 15 under before falling on the second-playoff hole.

Of course, making a little money is a nice bonus, too. The overall purse at the Wyndham was $6.4 million with the eventual winner, Kevin Kisner, taking home $1.152 million. Here’s the breakdown for the prize money payout for each golfer in the event.

Win: Kevin Kisner, -15, $1,152,000

P-2: Roger Sloan, -15, $389,440

P-2: Adam Scott, -15, $389,440

P-2: Kevin Na, -15, $389,440

P-2: Si Woo Kim, -15, $389,440

P-2: Branden Grace, -15, $389,440

T-7: Webb Simpson, 266/-14, $201,066.67

T-7: Kevin Streelman, 266/-14, $201,066.67

T-7: Russell Henley, 266/-14, $201,066.66

T-10: Adam Hadwin, 267/-13, $148,800

T-10: Justin Rose, 267/-13, $148,800

T-10: Rory Sabbatini, 267/-13, $148,800

T-10: Nick Taylor, 267/-13, $148,800

T-10: Brendon Todd, 267/-13, $148,800

T-15: Sepp Straka, 268/-12, $91,342.23

T-15: Brian Stuard, 268/-12, $91,342.23

T-15: Chesson Hadley, 268/-12, $91,342.22

T-15: Harry Higgs, 268/-12, $91,342.22

T-15: Sung Kang, 268/-12, $91,342.22

T-15: Denny McCarthy, 268/-12, $91,342.22

T-15: Tyler McCumber, 268/-12, $91,342.22

T-15: Scott Piercy, 268/-12, $91,342.22

T-15: Jhonattan Vegas, 268/-12, $91,342.22

T-24: Jason Dufner, 269/-11, $53,440

T-24: Sungjae Im, 269/-11, $53,440

T-24: Russell Knox, 269/-11, $53,440

T-24: K.H. Lee, 269/-11, $53,440

T-24: Ben Taylor, 269/-11, $53,440

T-29: Matt Kuchar, 270/-10, $41,013.34

T-29: Alex Smalley, 270/-10, $41,013.34

T-29: Chris Kirk, 270/-10, $41,013.33

T-29: Sebastián Muñoz, 270/-10, $41,013.33

T-29: C.T. Pan, 270/-10, $41,013.33

T-29: Will Zalatoris, 270/-10, $41,013.33

T-35: Byeong Hun An, 271/-9, $34,080

T-35: Sam Ryder, 271/-9, $34,080

T-37: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: John Augenstein, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: Austin Eckroat, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: Mackenzie Hughes, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: David Lingmerth, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: Cameron Percy, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: Hudson Swafford, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: Erik van Rooyen, 272/-8, $26,560

T-37: Richy Werenski, 272/-8, $26,560

T-46: Anirban Lahiri, 273/-7, $18,060.80

T-46: Kevin Tway, 273/-7, $18,060.80

T-46: Camilo Villegas, 273/-7, $18,060.80

T-46: Bubba Watson, 273/-7, $18,060.80

T-46: Aaron Wise, 273/-7, $18,060.80

T-51: Brice Garnett, 274/-6, $15,584

T-51: Brian Gay, 274/-6, $15,584

T-51: Mark Hubbard, 274/-6, $15,584

T-51: Andrew Landry, 274/-6, $15,584

T-55: Keith Mitchell, 275/-5, $14,976

T-55: Johnson Wagner, 275/-5, $14,976

T-57: Mark Anderson, 276/-4, $14,656

T-57: Tyler Duncan, 276/-4, $14,656

T-57: Harold Varner III, 276/-4, $14,656

T-60: Bronson Burgoon, 277/-3, $14,336

T-60: Seamus Power, 277/-3, $14,336

T-62: James Hahn, 278/-2, $14,016

T-62: Nelson Ledesma, 278/-2, $14,016

T-62: Rob Oppenheim, 278/-2, $14,016

T-65: Tommy Fleetwood, 279/-1, $13,504

T-65: Michael Gligic, 279/-1, $13,504

T-65: Beau Hossler, 279/-1, $13,504

T-65: Michael Kim, 279/-1, $13,504

T-65: Robert MacIntyre, 279/-1, $13,504

T-70: Chris Baker, 280/E, $12,992

T-70: Matt Jones, 280/E, $12,992

T-70: Ben Martin, 280/E, $12,992

73: Nate Lashley, 284/+4, $12,736

74: Rafael Campos, 285/+5, $12,608