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Payday in Detroit

Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 Rocket Mortgage Classic

July 31, 2022
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Seven days. That’s how long it had been since Tony Finau last won on the PGA Tour before cruising to victory Sunday at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Suffice it to say nobody was asking what was wrong with the 31-year-old tour veteran between his third and fourth career tour victories, unlike all the talk that went on during the long drought (1,975 days) that came between his first and second wins (the 2016 Puerto Rico Open and the 2021 Northern Trust).

Finau’s career has been impressive and yet frustrating at the same time, the talent there but the titles missing. He had eight runners-up, three thirds and 42 top-10 finishes between wins No. 1 and 2, but many weren’t sure why he couldn’t close things out.

Well, close things out is what he did in the final round at Detroit Golf Club. Finau made his first bogey of the week on the 11th hole, but also made six birdies to post a five-under 67 and a 26-under 262 overall, beating Patrick Cantlay, Cameron Young and Taylor Pendrith by five shots. In the process, he became the first golfer to win back-to-back PGA Tour events since Cantlay did it in the FedEx Cup playoffs last August.

With the win, Finau claimed a first-place prize money payout of $1.512 million from an overall purse of $8.5 million. That pushed Finau past the $30 million career earnings milestone.

Here’s the prize money payout for every golfer who made the cut this week in Detroit.

Win: Tony Finau, -26, $1,512,000

T-2: Patrick Cantlay, -21, $635,600

T-2: Cameron Young, -21, $635,600

T-2: Taylor Pendrith, -21, $635,600

5: Stephan Jaeger, -20, $344,400

6: Taylor Moore, -19, $304,500

7: Joohyung Kim, -18, $283,500

T-8: Wyndham Clark, -17, $254,100

T-8: J.J. Spaun, -17, $254,100

T-10: Matt Wallace, -16 $203,700

T-10: Charley Hoffman, -16 $203,700

T-10: Russell Henley, -16 $203,700

T-10: Scott Stallings, -16 $203,700

T-14: Troy Merritt, -15, $153,300

T-14: Cam Davis, -15, $153,300

T-14: Si Woo Kim, -15, $153,300

T-17: Jason Day, -14, $128,100

T-17: Vince Whaley, -14, $128,100

T-17: Chris Kirk, -14, $128,100

T-20: Will Zalatoris, -13, $99,120

T-20: Callum Tarren, -13, $99,120

T-20: Cameron Champ, -13, $99,120

T-20: Kurt Kitayama, -13, $99,120

T-24: Hayden Buckley, -12, $68,460

T-24: Sam Ryder, -12, $68,460

T-24: Max Homa, -12, $68,460

T-24: Michael Thompson, -12, $68,460

T-24: Adam Svensson, -12, $68,460

T-24: Ben Martin, -12, $68,460

T-30: Brandon Wu, -11, $50,340

T-30: Bo Hoag, -11, $50,340

T-30: Justin Lower, -11, $50,340

T-30: Richy Werenski, -11, $50,340

T-30: Henrik Norlander, -11, $50,340

T-30: Nick Watney, -11, $50,340

T-30: Brendan Steele, -11, $50,340

T-37: Adam Scott, -10, $36,540

T-37: Adam Hadwin, -10, $36,540

T-37: David Lipsky, -10, $36,540

T-37: Seth Reeves, -10, $36,540

T-37: Trey Mullinax, -10, $36,540

T-37: Russell Knox, -10, $36,540

T-37: Sung Kang, -10, $36,540

T-44: Lee Hodges, -9, $26,527.20

T-44: Keegan Bradley, -9, $26,527.20

T-44: Patrick Rodgers, -9, $26,527.20

T-44: KK Limbhasut, -9, $26,527.20

T-44: Tyler Duncan, -9, $26,527.20

T-49: Luke Donald, -8, $20,622

T-49: Rory Sabbatini, -8, $20,622

T-49: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, -8, $20,622

T-49: Jhonattan Vegas, -8, $20,622

T-49: Roger Sloan, -8, $20,622

T-49: Kevin Streelman, -8, $20,622

T-49: Chris Gotterup, -8, $20,622

T-49: Zach Johnson, -8, $20,622

T-57: Cameron Tringale, -7, $18,648

T-57: Doc Redman, -7, $18,648

T-57: Ryan Brehm, -7, $18,648

T-57: David Lingmerth, -7, $18,648

T-57: John Huh, -7, $18,648

T-57: Austin Cook, -7, $18,648

T-57: Nate Lashley, -7, $18,648

T-57: Wesley Bryan, -7, $18,648

T-57: Stewart Cink, -7, $18,648

T-57: Sahith Theegala, -7, $18,648

T-67: Bo Van Pelt, -6, $17,640

T-67: Danny Willett, -6, $17,640

T-69: Beau Hossler, -5, $17,136

T-69: Chris Naegel, -5, $17,136

T-69: Austin Smotherman, -5, $17,136

T-69: Webb Simpson, -5, $17,136

73: Peter Malnati, -4, $16,716

74: Patton Kizzire, -2, $16,548

75: William McGirt, -1, $16,380