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Sport How much money each PGA Tour player won at the American Express

05:10  25 january  2021
05:10  25 january  2021 Source:   golfweek.com

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It pays to play well on the PGA Tour, folks. Just ask this week’s winner, Si Woo Kim.

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The 25-year-old South Korean claimed his third title on Tour on Sunday evening, winning The American Express at PGA West in La Quinta, California, by one shot over Patrick Cantlay. Kim (-23) will take home the $1,206,000 prize after his Sunday 64 was enough to outduel Cantlay (-22), who had taken the clubhouse lead with an 11-under 61 in the final round.

Cameron Davis finished third at 20 under, followed by Tony Finau in fourth at 19 under and Abraham Ancer, Michael Thompson and Doug Ghim, all T-5 at 15 under.

Check out how much money each player earned this week at the 2021 American Express.

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American Express prize money

Position Player Score Earnings
1 Si Woo Kim -23 $1,206,000
2 Patrick Cantlay -22 $730,300
3 Cameron Davis -20 $462,300
4 Tony Finau -19 $328,300
T5 Abraham Ancer -15 $247,900
T5 Michael Thompson -15 $247,900
T5 Doug Ghim -15 $247,900
T8 Byeong-Hun An -14 $189,275
T8 Paul Casey -14 $189,275
T8 Francesco Molinari -14 $189,275
T8 Brian Harman -14 $189,275
T12 Henrik Norlander -13 $137,350
T12 Sungjae Im -13 $137,350
T12 Chase Seiffert -13 $137,350
T12 Rory Sabbatini -13 $137,350
T16 Bo Hoag -12 $102,175
T16 Chris Kirk -12 $102,175
T16 Ryan Armour -12 $102,175
T16 Gary Woodland -12 $102,175
T16 Russell Knox -12 $102,175
T21 Kramer Hickok -11 $58,625
T21 Brendan Steele -11 $58,625
T21 Rickie Fowler -11 $58,625
T21 Brandon Hagy -11 $58,625
T21 John Huh -11 $58,625
T21 Andrew Putnam -11 $58,625
T21 Luke List -11 $58,625
T21 Talor Gooch -11 $58,625
T21 Matt Jones -11 $58,625
T21 Richy Werenski -11 $58,625
T21 Max Homa -11 $58,625
T32 Kyle Stanley -10 $38,257
T32 James Hahn -10 $38,257
T32 Kyoung-Hoon Lee -10 $38,257
T32 Austin Cook -10 $38,257
T32 Adam Hadwin -10 $38,257
T37 Bronson Burgoon -9 $31,825
T37 Adam Schenk -9 $31,825
T37 Emiliano Grillo -9 $31,825
T40 Josh Teater -8 $25,125
T40 Alexander Noren -8 $25,125
T40 Jamie Lovemark -8 $25,125
T40 Rhein Gibson -8 $25,125
T40 Matthew Wolff -8 $25,125
T40 Roger Sloan -8 $25,125
T40 Tyler McCumber -8 $25,125
T47 Nick Taylor -7 $17,777
T47 Rob Oppenheim -7 $17,777
T47 Sam Ryder -7 $17,777
T47 Martin Laird -7 $17,777
T47 Brian Stuard -7 $17,777
T47 Harry Hall -7 $17,777
53 Patton Kizzire -6 $16,147
T54 Charl Schwartzel -5 $15,812
T54 Wyndham Clark -5 $15,812
T56 Ben Martin -4 $15,410
T56 Tyler Duncan -4 $15,410
T56 Cameron Tringale -4 $15,410
T56 Erik van Rooyen -4 $15,410
T60 Jimmy Walker -3 $15,008
T60 Vaughn Taylor -3 $15,008
T62 Hank Lebioda -2 $14,740
T62 Zach Johnson -2 $14,740
T64 David Hearn -1 $14,338
T64 Andrew Landry -1 $14,338
T64 Will Gordon -1 $14,338
T64 Sebastian Cappelen -1 $14,338
68 Nelson Lauta Ledesma E $14,003
69 Adam Long 1 $13,869
70 Doc Redman 2 $13,735
71 Maverick McNealy 3 $13,601
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