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Here's the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 Shriners Children's Open

October 09, 2022
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Michael Owens

It’s fair to say that Tom Kim and Patrick Cantlay are growing familiar with one another. Two weeks ago in the Presidents Cup, the two went head-to-head twice at Quail Hollow. Cantlay, paired with fellow American Xander Schuaffele, beat Kim and International teammate Hideki Matsuyama in a Friday four-ball match. Kim then got to feel the thrill of victory when, playing with Si Woo Kim, they defeated Cantlay and Schuaffele in Saturday afternoon four-ball, Tom Kim memorably holing a 10-foot birdie putt on the 18th.

On Sunday at the Shriners Children’s Open, they went at it once more, sharing the lead entering the final round at TPC Summerlin. And they were still tied with one hole to play, before Cantlay shockingly pulled his tee shot on the par-4 18th into the desert en route to a disastrous triple-bogey 7. Safely in the fairway and then on the green, Kim two-putted for par to shoot a closing 66 and pull out a three-shot victory over Cantlay and Matthew NeSmith.

Kim impressively finished the week without making a bogey, the first tour winner to do that since J.T. Poston at the 2019 Wyndham Championship. Kim, coincidentally, knows a thing or two about the Wyndham, having claimed his first tour title in the event in August. With his victory at the Shriners, he became the first PGA Tour player since Tiger Woods in 1996 to claim two tour titles before turning 21. He’s also now the second youngest two-time winner (20 years, 3 months, 18 days) in PGA Tour history behind Ralph Guldahl (20 years, 2 months, 10 days).

With the win, Kim claimed the first place prize money payout of $1.44 million from an overall purse of $8 million. Here’s a breakdown of the prize money payout for each golfer who made the cut in Las Vegas.

Win: Tom Kim, -24, $1,440,000

T-2: Patrick Cantlay, -21, $712,000

T-2: Matthew NeSmith, -21, $712,000

T-4: Tom Hoge, -20, $336,667

T-4: Mito Pereira, -20, $336,667

T-4: S.H. Kim, -20, $336,667

7: Sungjae Im, -19, $270,000

T-8: Jason Day, -18, $242,000

T-8: Si Woo Kim, -18, $242,000

T-10: Maverick McNealy, -17, $210,000

T-10: Adam Hadwin, -17, $210,000

T-12: Adam Schenk, -16, $170,000

T-12: Andrew Putnam, -16, $170,000

T-12: Davis Thompson, -16, $170,000

T-15: Harry Hall, -15, $130,000

T-15: J.J. Spaun, -15, $130,000

T-15: Brian Harman, -15, $130,000

T-15: Taylor Montgomery, -15, $130,000

T-15: Robby Shelton, -15, $130,000

T-20: Hayden Buckley, -14, $81,500

T-20: Justin Lower, -14, $81,500

T-20: Max Homa, -14, $81,500

T-20: Kevin Streelman, -14, $81,500

T-20: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, -14, $81,500

T-20: Lucas Herbert, -14, $81,500

T-20: Aaron Rai, -14, $81,500

T-20: J.T. Poston, -14, $81,500

T-28: Brendon Todd, -13, $51,350

T-28: a-Patrick Welch, -13, $0

T-28: Harris English, -13, $51,350

T-28: Mark Hubbard, -13, $51,350

T-28: Ryan Moore, -13, $51,350

T-28: Sam Ryder, -13, $51,350

T-28: Patrick Rodgers, -13, $51,350

T-28: Matt Wallace, -13, $51,350

T-28: Chad Ramey, -13, $51,350

T-37: Chesson Hadley, -12, $36,457

T-37: Joel Dahmen, -12, $36,457

T-37: Dean Burmester, -12, $36,457

T-37: Martin Laird, -12, $36,457

T-37: K.H. Lee, -12, $36,457

T-37: Kevin Yu, -12, $36,457

T-37: Cam Davis, -12, $36,457

T-44: Byeong Hun An, -11, $23,000

T-44: Will Gordon, -11, $23,000

T-44: David Lipsky, -11, $23,000

T-44: Jim Herman, -11, $23,000

T-44: Stewart Cink, -11, $23,000

T-44: Spencer Levin, -11, $23,000

T-44: Nick Hardy, -11, $23,000

T-44: Alex Noren, -11, $23,000

T-44: Greyson Sigg, -11, $23,000

T-44: Stephan Jaeger, -11, $23,000

T-44: Taylor Pendrith, -11, $23,000

T-44: Chris Gotterup, -11, $23,000

T-56: Doug Ghim, -10, $18,560

T-56: Tano Goya, -10, $18,560

T-56: Brandon Wu, -10, $18,560

T-56: Michael Thompson, -10, $18,560

T-60: Austin Smotherman, -9, $17,920

T-60: Austin Ekroat, -9, $17,920

T-60: Keith Mitchell, -9, $17,920

T-60: Ben Griffin, -9, $17,920

T-64: Ben Martin, -8, $17,200

T-64: Tyson Alexander, -8, $17,200

T-64: Philip Knowles, -8, $17,200

T-64: Aaron Wise, -8, $17,200

T-64: Beau Hossler, -8, $17,200

T-69: Harrison Endycott, -7, $16,560

T-69: Adam Svensson, -7, $16,560

T-69: Thomas Detry, -7, $16,560

72: Tyler Duncan, -6, $16,240

T-73: Emiliano Grillo, -4, $16,000

T-73: Andrew Landry, -4, $16,000

T-75: Matthias Schwab, -3, $15,680

T-75: Patton Kizzire, -3, $15,680

77: Trevor Werbylo, -1, $15,440