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Payday in Delaware

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 BMW Championship

August 21, 2022
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Rob Carr

The course had changed from a year ago, but there was a bit of déjà vu surrounding the final round of the BMW Championship. Once again Patrick Cantlay found himself atop the leaderboard entering the final round of the penultimate event of the PGA Tour season, albeit this time alone in the lead at Wilmington Country Club in Delaware rather than tied at Caves Valley Golf Club in Maryland. And by day’s end, he had pulled out a victory a week ahead of the Tour Championship.

Cantlay closed with a two-under 69 for a 14-under 270 total to beat Scott Stallings by one shot at Wilmington C.C. It wasn’t a flashy round, but it was enough to give him a great chance to become the first player to win the FedEx Cup in back-to-back years, not to mention claim the $18 million reward that comes with the title. Cantlay's win jumps him to No. 2 in the FedEx Cup eligibility standings, trailiing only Scottie Scheffler. He will start two strokes behind Scheffler when play begins on Thursday at East Lake.

This was the fourth time in Cantlay’s career that he was leading entering the final round, and the third time he’d closed things out. He’s already had 10 top-10 finishes in the 2021-22 season, the most of any year in his career, but he hadn’t won an individual title. His lone win in 2022 has been at the Zurich Classic, where he teamed with Xander Schauffele en route to victory. His BMW repeat also made him the first player to ever win a playoff event in consecutive years.

With the win, Cantlay grabbed the $2.7 million first place prize money payout from the overall $15 million purse. 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 specifically earned.

Wilmington Country Club: South
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Wilmington Country Club: South
Wilmington, DE
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The Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed South Course is routed among the rolling terrain of northern Delaware and provides some really good vistas of large sections of the golf course. The routing takes advantage of the terrain to produce a course with strong layout design and a variety of holes that include thoughtful short par 4s such as the 11th, challenging longer par 4s such as No. 5 and a beautiful mix of par 3s. Recent tree removal plus some tornado damage have opened up the course even more, and some bunkers were added at the corner of doglegs in an attempt to restore some shot options back to a few holes ahead of the 2022 BMW Championship, the first time the PGA Tour will host an event in Delaware.
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Win: Patrick Cantlay, 270/-14, $2,700,000

2: Scott Stallings, 271/-13, $1,620,000

T-3: Scottie Scheffler, 273/-11, $870,000

T-3: Xander Schauffele, 273/-11, $870,000

T-5: K.H. Lee, 274/-10, $547,500

T-5: Corey Conners, 274/-10, $547,500

T-5: Adam Scott, 274/-10, $547,500

T-8: Jon Rahm, 275/-9, $420,000

T-8: Rory McIlroy, 275/-9, $420,000

T-8: Taylor Pendrith, 275/-9, $420,000

T-8: Joaquin Niemann, 275/-9, $420,000

T-12: Shane Lowry, 276/-8, $315,000

T-12: Trey Mullinax, 276/-8, $315,000

T-12: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, 276/-8, $315,000

T-15: Sahith Theegala, 277/-7, $247,500

T-15: Lucas Herbert, 277/-7, $247,500

T-15: Sungjae Im, 277/-7, $247,500

T-15: Aaron Wise, 277/-7, $247,500

T-19: Jordan Spieth, 278/-6, $188,250

T-19: Kurt Kitayama, 278/-6, $188,250

T-19: Emiliano Grillo, 278/-6, $188,250

T-19: Sam Burns, 278/-6, $188,250

T-23: J.J. Spaun, 279/-5, $133,500

T-23: Max Homa, 279/-5, $133,500

T-23: Cameron Young, 279/-5, $133,500

T-23: Tyrrell Hatton, 279/-5, $133,500

T-23: Andrew Putnam, 279/-5, $133,500

T-28: Sepp Straka, 280/-4, $104,250

T-28: Tony Finau, 280/-4, $104,250

T-28: Marc Leishman, 280/-4, $104,250

T-28: Denny McCarthy, 280/-4, $104,250

T-32: Maverick McNealy, 281/-3, $88,750

T-32: Keith Mitchell, 281/-3, $88,750

T-32: Brendan Steele, 281/-3, $88,750

T-35: Viktor Hovland, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: Sebastian Munoz, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: Cam Davis, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: Brian Harman, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: Billy Horschel, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: Russell Henley, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: Matt Kuchar, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: J.T. Poston, 282/-2, $67,750

T-35: Hideki Matsuyama, 282/-2, $67,750

T-44: Alex Smalley, 283/-1, $48,000

T-44: Adam Hadwin, 283/-1, $48,000

T-44: Taylor Moore, 283/-1, $48,000

T-44: Collin Morikawa, 283/-1, $48,000

T-48: Kevin Kisner, 284/E, $38,700

T-48: Tom Hoge, 284/E, $38,700

T-48: Matt Fitzpatrick, 284/E, $38,700

T-48: Harold Varner III, 284/E, $38,700

T-52: Justin Thomas, 285/+1, $35,700

T-52: Alex Noren, 285/+1, $35,700

T-54: Chez Reavie, 286/+2, $34,350

T-54: Mito Periera, 286/+2, $34,350

T-54: Joohyung Kim, 286/+2, $34,350

T-54: Davis Riley, 286/+2, $34,350

T-58: Mackenzie Hughes, 287/+3, $33,300

T-58: Troy Merritt, 287/+3, $33,300

T-58: Keegan Bradley, 287/+3, $33,300

T-61: Luke List, 288/+4, $32,550

T-61: Chris Kirk, 288/+4, $32,550

63: Cameron Tringale, 289/+5, $32,100

64: Wyndham Clark, 290/+6, $31,800

65: Seamus Power, 291/+7, $31,500

66: Lucas Glover, 292/+8, $31,200

67: Si Woo Kim, 294/+10, $30,900