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Payday at Pebble

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

February 06, 2022

Jonathan Ferrey

You’d would have excused most for looking past Tom Hoge, one of a trio (along with Beau Hossler and Andrew Putnam) to share the 54-hole lead at 15 under entering the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. At least when you saw two of the names just one down the leader board: Patrick Cantlay and Jordan Spieth. The more experienced players seemed the more obvious choices to pull out a win on Sunday on the Monterey Peninsula. Particularly, too, when you consider Hoge had never won a PGA Tour title and was 0-for-1 when leading heading into the final round.

Hoge won’t apologize, however, for stealing the show in the final round. The 32-year-old from Fargo, N.D., shot a closing 68 for a 19-under total to pull back past Spieth and grab that first career win after eight years on tour and 202 previous starts.

Hoge played an up-and-down front nine, turning in even par and allowing Spieth to pass him. But then Hoge charged back with four back-nine birdies, including a tap-in on the 16th and a 22-footer on the 17th. Spieth, meanwhile, bogeyed the 17th after failing to get up and down from the front greenside bunker, then struggled up the par-5 18th, making a par for a closing 69 to finish two shots back. And with birdies on four of his last 10 holes, Hossler claimed third place, three shots back. (Cantlay’s final-round 71 dropped him to T-4.)

Prior to Sunday, Hoge's biggest payday was $828,400 from his runner-up finish last month at The American Express. He nearly doubled that by claiming this week’s first-place prize money payout of $1.566 million from an overall purse of $8.7 million. (He also will be playing in the Masters for the first time this April thanks to the win.)

Pebble Beach's famed par-3 17th (bottom) and par-5 18th holes.

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Here are the prize money payouts for each golfer at Pebble Beach. Come back shortly after the tournament ends and we’ll update with names and individual paydays.

Win: Tom Hoge, -19, $1,566,000

2: Jordan Spieth, -17, $948,300

3: Beau Hossler, -16, $600,300

T-4: Patrick Cantlay, -15, $391,500

T-4: Troy Merritt, -15, $391,500

T-6: Matt Fitzpatrick, -14, $293,625

T-6: Joel Dahmen, -14, $293,625

T-6: Andrew Putnam, -14, $293,625

T-9: Jonathan Byrd, -13, $237,075

T-9: Pat Perez, -13, $237,075

T-9: Seamus Power, -13, $237,075

T-12: Keith Mitchell, -12, $193,575

T-12: Denny McCarthy, -12, $193,575

T-14: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, -11, $163,125

T-14: Nick Taylor, -11, $163,125

T-16: Adam Hadwin, -10, $119,842.50

T-16: Taylor Moore, -10, $119,842.50

T-16: Lanto Griffin, -10, $119,842.50

T-16: Brendon Todd, -10, $119,842.50

T-16: Mackenzie Hughes, -10, $119,842.50

T-16: J.J. Spaun, -10, $119,842.50

T-16: Robert Garrigus, -10, $119,842.50

T-16: Sean O'Hair, -10, $119,842.50

T-24: David Lipsky, -9, $74,602.50

T-24: Dylan Frittelli, -9, $74,602.50

T-24: Jason Day, -9, $74,602.50

T-24: Bo Van Pelt, -9, $74,602.50

T-28: Nate Lashley, -8, $59,595

T-28: Ryan Armour, -8, $59,595

T-28: Trey Mullinax, -8, $59,595

T-28: Kelly Kraft, -8, $59,595

T-28: Vaughn Taylor, -8, $59,595

T-33: Austin Smotherman, -7 $43,548.34

T-33: Mark Hubbard, -7 $43,548.34

T-33: Russell Knox, -7 $43,548.34

T-33: Seth Reeves, -7 $43,548.33

T-33: Maverick McNealy, -7 $43,548.33

T-33: Greyson Sigg, -7 $43,548.33

T-33: Satoshi Kodaira, -7 $43,548.33

T-33: Doc Redman, -7 $43,548.33

T-33: Jimmy Walker, -7 $43,548.33

T-42: Ryan Moore, -6, $29,194.72

T-42: Peter Malnati, -6, $29,194.72

T-42: Jonas Blixt, -6, $29,194.72

T-42: Luke Donald, -6, $29,194.71

T-42: Seung-Yul Noh, -6, $29,194.71

T-42: Sung Kang, -6, $29,194.71

T-42: Austin Cook, -6, $29,194.71

T-49: Taylor Pendrith, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Davis Riley, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Mark Baldwin, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Hayden Buckley, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Camilo Villegas, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Curtis Thompson, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Tyler Duncan, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Adam Svensson, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Chris Stroud, -5, $21,088.80

T-49: Matthias Schwab, -5, $21,088.80

59: Dylan Wu, -4, $19,749

T-60: Johnson Wagner, -3, $19,488

T-60: Brian Stuard, -3, $19,488

62: Justin Rose, -2, $19,227

63: Ben Kohles, -1, $19,053