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Corales Puntacana Championship

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

March 27, 2022

Marianna Massey

A first PGA Tour win would be memorable no matter how it came to be. For tour rookie Chad Ramey, however, his maiden victory on Sunday at the Corales Puntacana Championship was impressive for anyone who watched it.

The 29-year-old from Mississippi made four straight birdies on the back nine (Nos. 13-16) at Puntacana Resort in the Dominican Republic to shoot a closing five-under 67 and take the title by one shot over Alex Smalley and Ben Martin with a 17-under 271 total.

“I just think it will give me a lot of confidence,” Ramey said of winning in his 16th career PGA Tour start. “I’ve always had the self-belief I could get it done. And I proved it today.”

Ramey started the day two back of Martin, who was trying to go wire-to-wire and end a seven-plus-year victory drought on tour. Martin had a seven-foot birdie try on the 18th hole that would have forced a playoff with Ramey, but missed it right to finish with a two-under 70.

Ramey earned his card via the Korn Ferry Tour last year. He had played in 13 events so far in the 2021-22 season, making just five cuts but posting three top-20 finishes, including a T-5 in Puerto Rico last month.

The victory gave Ramey the first-place prize money payout of $666,000 from an overall purse of $3.7 million. Ramey’s previous biggest tour payday was $142,912.50 for that finish in Puerto Rico.

Here’s the prize money payouts for each golfer who made the cut at Puntacana.

Win: Chad Ramey, 271/-17, $666,000

T-2: Ben Martin, 272/-16, $329,300

T-2: Alex Smalley, 272/-16, $329,300

T-4: Cameron Percy, 273/-15, $166,500

T-4: Jhonattan Vegas, 273/-15, $166,500

6: Rasmus Hojgaard, 274/-14, $134,125

T-7: David Lipsky, 275/-13, $112,387.50

T-7: Adam Schenk, 275/-13, $112,387.50

T-7: Brian Stuard, 275/-13, $112,387.50

T-7: Martin Trainer, 275/-13, $112,387.50

T-11: Bryson Nimmer, 276/-12, $89,725

T-11: Andrew Novak, 276/-12, $89,725

T-13: Hayden Buckley, 277/-11, $74,925

T-13: Kramer Hickok, 277/-11, $74,925

T-15: Ryan Armour, 278/-10, $56,425

T-15: Wesley Bryan, 278/-10, $56,425

T-15: Kevin Chappell, 278/-10, $56,425

T-15: Thomas Detry, 278/-10, $56,425

T-15: Rick Lamb, 278/-10, $56,425

T-15: Nate Lashley, 278/-10, $56,425

T-15: Justin Lower, 278/-10, $56,425

T-22: Wyndham Clark, 279/-9, $38,665

T-22: Chase Seiffert, 279/-9, $38,665

T-22: Sahith Theegala, 279/-9, $38,665

T-25: Greyson Sigg, 280/-8, $30,401.67

T-25: Nick Taylor, 280/-8, $30,401.67

T-25: Vaughn Taylor, 280/-8, $30,401.66

T-28: Greg Chalmers, 281/-7, $23,749.38

T-28: Jason Dufner, 281/-7, $23,749.38

T-28: Tyler Duncan, 281/-7, $23,749.38

T-28: Brandon Wu, 281/-7, $23,749.38

T-28: Scott Brown, 281/-7, $23,749.37

T-28: Rafael Campos, 281/-7, $23,749.37

T-28: Ben Kohles, 281/-7, $23,749.37

T-28: Vince Whaley, 281/-7, $23,749.37

T-36: Robert Garrigus, 282/-6, $16,488.13

T-36: Hudson Swafford, 282/-6, $16,488.13

T-36: Peter Uihlein, 282/-6, $16,488.13

T-36: Danny Willett, 282/-6, $16,488.13

T-36: Jonathan Byrd, 282/-6, $16,488.12

T-36: Michael Gligic, 282/-6, $16,488.12

T-36: Hank Lebioda, 282/-6, $16,488.12

T-36: Seung-Yul Noh, 282/-6, $16,488.12

T-44: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 283/-5, $11,371.34

T-44: Curtis Thompson, 283/-5, $11,371.34

T-44: Bill Haas, 283/-5, $11,371.33

T-44: Brandon Hagy, 283/-5, $11,371.33

T-44: David Lingmerth, 283/-5, $11,371.33

T-44: Matthias Schwab, 283/-5, $11,371.33

T-50: Graeme McDowell, 284/-4, $9,194.50

T-50: Trey Mullinax, 284/-4, $9,194.50

T-50: Sean O'Hair, 284/-4, $9,194.50

T-50: D.J. Trahan, 284/-4, $9,194.50

T-54: Patrick Flavin, 285/-3, $8,732

T-54: Bo Hoag, 285/-3, $8,732

56: Dylan Wu, 286/-2, $8,621

57: Scott Gutschewski, 287/-1, $8,547

T-58: Austin Cook, 288/E, $8,362

T-58: Brice Garnett, 288/E, $8,362

T-58: Jim Knous, 288/E, $8,362

T-58: Camilo Villegas, 288/E, $8,362

T-62: John Huh, 289/+1, $8,103

T-62: D.A. Points, 289/+1, $8,103

T-62: Seth Reeves, 289/+1, $8,103

65: Kevin Stadler, 293/+5, $7,955