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Here’s the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2024 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

February 04, 2024
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Tracy Wilcox

The PGA Tour remained in California for the third consecutive week, but this time, at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, weather plagued the event and PGA Tour officials announced late Sunday that there would not be a way to play the final round. So Wyndham Clark was awarded his third PGA Tour victory, this one coming in the second signature event of the year.

"The storm affecting the Monterey Peninsula throughout the day Sunday is forecast to continue into the early hours of Monday with very strong winds," the PGA Tour wrote. "Although conditions are forecast to improve through the morning Monday, after consultation with Monterey County emergency authorities, who have implemented a shelter in place order until early tomorrow morning. for the greater Pebble Beach community, and out of an abundance of caution for the safety of all constituents, there will be no play on Monday."

Clark, 30, took a run at shooting 59 during Saturday's third round, but played the last four holes in one under to shoot 12-under 60. His round included two eagles, eight birdies and a lone bogey on the par-3 12th hole. His run at eagle on the par-5 18th hole ended just short of the cup. That was good enough to finish the first three rounds at 17 under par, one shot in front of Ludvig Aberg. Little did he know it would be good enough to win the tournament, adding it to his trophy collection that includes the U.S. Open from last summer at Los Angeles Country Club. Clark took home $3.6 million for his efforts.

Aberg, 24, took home $2.16 million for finishing a shot back after shooting 68-65-67. Matthieu Pavon, who became the first Frenchman to win on the PGA Tour last week at the Farmers Insurance Open, followed that victory with a third-place finish at Pebble Beach, including a third-round 66. Mark Hubbard and Thomas Detry tied for fourth place.

The PGA Tour now heads to the WM Phoenix Open, then the Genesis Invitational, where it's expected that Tiger Woods will play.

Here is the purse breakdown for every player who played at Pebble Beach. The star-studded field played for $20 million.

WIN: Wyndham Clark, -17/199, $3.6 million

2: Ludvig Aberg, -16/200, $2.16 million

3: Matthieu Pavon, -15/201, $1.36 million

T-4: Mark Hubbard, -14/202, $877,500

T-4: Thomas Detry, -14/202, $877,500

T-6: Jason Day, -13/203, $642,500

T-6: Tom Hoge, -13/203, $642,500

T-6: Justin Thomas, -13/203, $642,500

T-6: Scottie Scheffler, -13/203, $642,500

10: Sam Burns, -12/204, $535,000

T-11: Justin Rose, -11/205, $455,000

T-11: Keegan Bradley, -11/205, $455,000

T-11: Patrick Cantlay, -11/205, $455,000

T-14: Eric Cole, -10/206, $322,500

T-14: Si Woo Kim, -10/206, $322,500

T-14: Peter Malnati, -10/206, $322,500

T-14: Collin Morikawa, -10/206, $322,500

T-14: Beau Hossler, -10/206, $322,500

T-14: Emiliano Grillo, -10/206, $322,500

T-20: Adam Scott, -9/207, $252,000

T-20: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, -9/207, $210,333.33

T-20: Erik van Rooyen, -9/207, $210,333.33

T-20: Cam Davis, -9/207, $210,333.33

T-20: Sahith Theegala, -9/207, $210,333.33

T-20: J.T. Poston, -9/207, $210,333.33

T-26: Chris Kirk, -8/208, $143,800

T-26: Sepp Straka, -8/208, $143,800

T-26: Luke List, -8/208, $143,800

T-26: Alex Noren, -8/208, $143,800

T-26: Denny McCarthy, -8/208, $143,800

T-31: Seamus Power, -7/209, $106,625

T-31: Tommy Fleetwood, -7/209, $106,625

T-31: S.H. Kim, -7/209, $106,625

T-31: Corey Conners, -7/209, $106,625

T-31: Byeong Hun An, -7/209, $106,625

T-31: Nicolai Hojgaard, -7/209, $106,625

T-31: Tom Kim, -7/209, $106,625

T-31: Sam Ryder, -7/209, $106,625

T-39: Adam Hadwin, -6/210, $70,125

T-39: Jordan Spieth, -6/210, $70,125

T-39: Taylor Montgomery, -6/210, $70,125

T-39: Andrew Putnam, -6/210, $70,125

T-39: Maverick McNealy, -6/210, $70,125

T-39: Webb Simpson, -6/210, $70,125

T-39: Matt Kuchar, -6/210, $70,125

T-39: Kurt Kitayama, -6/210, $70,125

T-47: Taylor Moore, -5/211, $48,857.14

T-47: Adam Svensson, -5/211, $48,857.14

T-47: Brandon Wu, -5/211, $48,857.14

T-47: Nick Hardy, -5/211, $48,857.14

T-47: Tony Finau, -5/211, $48,857.14

T-47: Rickie Fowler, -5/211, $48,857.14

T-47: Adam Schenk, -5/211, $48,857.14

T-54: Keith Mitchell, -4/212, $42,500

T-54: Brian Harman, -4/212, $42,500

T-54: Xander Schauffele, -4/212, $42,500

T-54: J.J. Spaun, -4/212, $42,500

T-58: Kevin Yu, -3/213, $38,250

T-58: Ben Grifin, -3/213, $38,250

T-58: Viktor Hovland, -3/213, $38,250

T-58: Brendon Todd, -3/213, $38,250

T-58: Russell Henley, -3/213, $38,250

T-58: Lee Hodges, -3/213, $38,250

T-58: Matt Fitzpatrick, -3/213, $38,250

T-58: Lucas Glover, -3/213, $38,250

T-66: Grayson Murray, -2/214, $34,937.50

T-66: Max Homa, -2/214, $34,937.50

T-66: Rory McIlroy, -2/214, $34,937.50

T-66: Sungjae Im, -2/214, $34,937.50

70: Cameron Young, -1/215, $34,500

T-71: Hideki Matsuyama, E/216, $33,875

T-71: Mackenzie Hughes, E/216, $33,875

T-71: Stephan Jaeger, E/216, $33,875

T-71: Nick Taylor, E/216, $33,875

75: Alex Smalley, +1/217, $33,250

76: Harris English, +2/218, $33,000

77: Hayden Buckley, +3/219, $32,750

78: Davis Riley, +4/220, $32,500

79: Patrick Rodgers, +5/221, $32,250

80: Nick Dunlap, +7/223, $32,000