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Payday at Colonial

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge

May 29, 2022
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Tom Pennington

You can’t win them all. So we’ll “excuse” Scottie Scheffler for failing to close out his one-shot lead on Sunday at the Charles Schwab Challenge. He’ll just have to make do with having four wins in his last 10 PGA Tour starts rather than five.

But no one appeared to want to win on Sunday at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth. With windy conditions blowing in during the afternoon, Scheffler, Harold Varner III, Scott Stallings, Brendon Todd and Davis Riley, all tied for the lead at one point, all faltered down the stretch.

Enter Sam Burns. The 25-year-old Louisiana native had wrapped up his final round nearly two hours ahead of the leaders, and his five-under 65 gave him a clubhouse lead at nine under. It was good enough to get into a playoff with Scheffler, who posted a two-over 72 but got up-and-down from a bunker for par on the 18th hole. And after making a 38-foot birdie from off the green on the first extra hole, Burns claimed his third win of the 2021-22 season and fourth career win, all in the last 13 months.

With the victory, Burns claimed a first-place prize money payout of $1.512 million from an overall purse of $8.4 million (up from $7.5 million in 2021). Here’s the prize money payouts for each golfer who made the cut at Colonial. We’ll update the list shortly after the end of the tournament with individual names and prize money earned.

Win: Sam Burns, -9, $1,512,000

P-2: Scottie Scheffler, -9, $915,600

3: Brendon Todd, -8, $579,600

T-4: Tony Finau, 273/-7, $353,500

T-4: Davis Riley, 273/-7, $353,500

T-4: Scott Stallings, 273/-7, $353,500

T7: Cam Davis, 275/-5, $246,540

T7: Kevin Na, 275/-5, $246,540

T7: Mito Pereira, 275/-5, $246,540

T7: Patrick Reed, 275/-5, $246,540

T7: Jordan Spieth, 275/-5, $246,540

T-12: John Huh, 276/-4, $178,500

T-12: Matt Jones, 276/-4, $178,500

T-12: Pat Perez, 276/-4, $178,500

T-15: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, 277/-3, $132,300

T-15: Tyler Duncan, 277/-3, $132,300

T-15: Sungjae Im, 277/-3, $132,300

T-15: Chris Kirk, 277/-3, $132,300

T-15: Russell Knox, 277/-3, $132,300

T-15: Andrew Putnam, 277/-3, $132,300

T-21: Beau Hossler, 278/-2, $98,700

T-21: Viktor Hovland, 278/-2, $98,700

T-23: Daniel Berger, 279/-1, $77,700

T-23: Max Homa, 279/-1, $77,700

T-23: Zach Johnson, 279/-1, $77,700

T-23: Danny Lee, 279/-1, $77,700

T-27: Talor Gooch, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-27: Bill Haas, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-27: Denny McCarthy, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-27: Chad Ramey, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-27: Chez Reavie, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-27: Webb Simpson, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-27: Alex Smalley, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-27: Harold Varner III, 280/E, $56,332.50

T-35: Tommy Fleetwood, 281/+1, $41,832

T-35: Dylan Frittelli, 281/+1, $41,832

T-35: Lee Hodges, 281/+1, $41,832

T-35: Adam Long, 281/+1, $41,832

T-35: Patrick Rodgers, 281/+1, $41,832

T-40: Luke Donald, 282/+2, $30,660

T-40: Lucas Glover, 282/+2, $30,660

T-40: Kurt Kitayama, 282/+2, $30,660

T-40: Collin Morikawa, 282/+2, $30,660

T-40: Ryan Palmer, 282/+2, $30,660

T-40: Ian Poulter, 282/+2, $30,660

T-40: Adam Svensson, 282/+2, $30,660

T-40: Michael Thompson, 282/+2, $30,660

T-48: Lucas Herbert, 283/+3, $22,092

T-48: David Lipsky, 283/+3, $22,092

T-48: Sebastián Muñoz, 283/+3, $22,092

T-48: Nick Taylor, 283/+3, $22,092

T-52: Mark Hubbard, 284/+4, $20,008.80

T-52: Max McGreevy, 284/+4, $20,008.80

T-52: C.T. Pan, 284/+4, $20,008.80

T-52: Rory Sabbatini, 284/+4, $20,008.80

T-52: Martin Trainer, 284/+4, $20,008.80

T-57: Rickie Fowler, 285/+5, $18,984

T-57: Troy Merritt, 285/+5, $18,984

T-57: Matthew NeSmith, 285/+5, $18,984

T-57: Matthias Schwab, 285/+5, $18,984

T-57: Brandt Snedeker, 285/+5, $18,984

T-57: Sahith Theegala, 285/+5, $18,984

T-63: Joel Dahmen, 286/+6, $18,228

T-63: Emiliano Grillo, 286/+6, $18,228

T-63: Austin Smotherman, 286/+6, $18,228

66: Charley Hoffman, 287/+7, $17,892

67: Jason Kokrak, 288/+8, $17,724

68: Aaron Rai, 289/+9, $17,556

69: Harry Higgs, 295/+15, $17,388