Payday in Illinois

Here is the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2024 John Deere Classic

July 07, 2024
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For the third straight year, a player who rented the same house near TPC Deere Run won the John Deere Classic. After J.T. Poston and Sepp Straka each won the last two years, this time it was Davis Thompson's turn, winning for the first time on the PGA Tour after shooting 62-64 on the weekend to end at 28-under-par 256 total. It was a tournament scoring record.

Thompson earned an exemption into the British Open in two weeks and took home the $1.44 million winner's check from the overall $8 million purse. Amateur Luke Clanton, from Florida State, shot a final-round 63 to tie for second place and become the first amateur since 1958 to record back-to-back top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour. Michael Thorbjornsen and C.T. Pan tied Clanton in second place, four shots behind Thompson. Pan also earned an exemption into the British Open at Royal Troon, as he was ranked higher in the Official World Ranking among the group tied for second.

Here’s the prize money payout for each golfer in the field in Silvis, Ill.

Win: Davis Thompson, -28/256, $1,440,000

T-2: Michael Thorbjornsen, -24/260, $712,000

T-2: Luke Clanton, -24/260, $0 (amateur)

T-2: C.T. Pan, -24/260, $712,000

T-5: Ben Griffin, -23/261, $360,000

T-5: Carson Young, -23/261, $360,000

T-7: Aaron Rai, -21/263, $252,400

T-7: Denny McCarthy, -21/263, $252,400

T-7: Andrew Novak, -21/263, $252,400

T-7: Hayden Springer, -21/263, $252,400

T-7: Eric Cole, -21/263, $252,400

T-12: Sungjae Im, -20/264, $171,600

T-12: Brendon Todd, -20/264, $171,600

T-12: Harry Hall, -20/264, $171,600

T-12: Chan Kim, -20/264, $171,600

T-12: Sami Valimaki, -20/264, $171,600

17: Seamus Power, -19/265, $138,000

T-18: Ben Silverman, -18/266, $126,000

T-18: Keith Mitchell, -18/266, $126,000

T-20: Kevin Yu, -17/267, $106,000

T-20: Mac Meissner, -17/267, $106,000

T-20: Jhonattan Vegas, -17/267, $106,000

T-23: Jason Day, -16/268, $83,600

T-23: Lucas Glover, -16/268, $83,600

T-23: J.J. Spaun, -16/268, $83,600

T-26: Zach Johnson, -15/269, $64,200

T-26: Max Greyserman, -15/269, $64,200

T-26: Rico Hoey, -15/269, $64,200

T-26: Jordan Spieth, -15/269, $64,200

T-30: J.T. Poston, -14/270, $56,000

T-30: Pierceson Coody, -14/270, $56,000

T-32: Chesson Hadley, -13/271, $51,200

T-32: Mark Hubbard, -13/271, $51,200

T-34: Sam Stevens, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Robby Shelton, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Adam Svensson, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Hayden Buckley, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Joshua Creel, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: S.H. Kim, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Patrick Rodgers, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Sam Ryder, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Doug Ghim, -12/272, $39,200

T-34: Brice Garnett, -12/272, $39,200

T-44: Chandler Phillips, -11/273, $29,200

T-44: Trace Crowe, -11/273, $29,200

T-46: Ben Taylor, -10/274, $23,280

T-46: Kevin Streelman, -10/274, $23,280

T-46: Adrien Dumont de Chassart, -10/274, $23,280

T-46: Joel Dahmen, -10/274, $23,280

T-46: Zac Blair, -10/274, $23,280

T-46: Kevin Dougherty, -10/274, $23,280

T-52: James Hahn, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Jake Knapp, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Ryo Hisatsune, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Stewart Cink, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Nico Echavarria, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Blaine Hale, Jr., -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Bill Haas, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Ben Kohles, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-52: Dylan Fritelli, -9/275, $18,924.45

T-61: David Lipsky, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Austin Smotherman, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Bud Cauley, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Scott Gutschewski, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Beau Hossler, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Sepp Straka, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Roger Sloan, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Henrik Norlander, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Thorbjorn Olesen, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Kyle Westmoreland, -8/276, $17,200

T-61: Kevin Chappell, -8/276, $17,200

72: Wilson Furr, -7/277, $16,240

T-73: Justin Lower, -6/278, $16,000

T-73: Justin Suh, -6/278, $16,000

T-75: Matt NeSmith, -5/279, $15,680

T-75: Ryan Palmer, -5/279, $15,680

77: Lee Hodges, -4/280, $15,4400