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Sport How much money each PGA Tour player earned at the Genesis Invitational

05:21  22 february  2021
05:21  22 february  2021 Source:   golfweek.com

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It pays to play well on the PGA Tour, folks. Just ask this week’s winner, Max Homa.

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The 30-year-old native of Los Angeles won his hometown event at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California, after two playoff holes against Tony Finau. The 2021 Genesis Invitational amounted to his second win on Tour.

Homa will take home the top prize of $1,674,000 and 550 FedEx Cup points. Finau earned himself more than $1 million, as well. Sam Burns, the 54-hole leader looking for a wire-to-wire victory, finished third, earning $641,700

Check out how much money each player earned this week at the 2021 Genesis Invitational.

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Money list

Position Player Score Earnings
1 Max Homa -12 $1,674,000
2 Tony Finau -12 $1,013,700
3 Sam Burns -11 $641,700
4 Cameron Smith -9 $455,700
T5 Jon Rahm -7 $344,100
T5 Viktor Hovland -7 $344,100
T5 Matthew Fitzpatrick -7 $344,100
T8 Francesco Molinari -6 $262,725
T8 Wyndham Clark -6 $262,725
T8 Matt Jones -6 $262,725
T8 Dustin Johnson -6 $262,725
T12 Patrick Rodgers -5 $197,625
T12 Alexander Noren -5 $197,625
T12 Talor Gooch -5 $197,625
T15 Will Zalatoris -4 $151,125
T15 Xander Schauffele -4 $151,125
T15 James Hahn -4 $151,125
T15 Jordan Spieth -4 $151,125
T15 Patrick Cantlay -4 $151,125
T20 C.T. Pan -3 $101,835
T20 Rickie Fowler -3 $101,835
T20 Matthew NeSmith -3 $101,835
T20 Nick Taylor -3 $101,835
T20 Scottie Scheffler -3 $101,835
T20 Branden Grace -3 $101,835
T26 Lanto Griffin -2 $67,890
T26 Jim Furyk -2 $67,890
T26 Cameron Tringale -2 $67,890
T26 Adam Hadwin -2 $67,890
T26 Scott Harrington -2 $67,890
T26 Andrew Landry -2 $67,890
T32 Mackenzie Hughes -1 $51,925
T32 Bo Hoag -1 $51,925
T32 Kyle Stanley -1 $51,925
T32 Andrew Putnam -1 $51,925
T32 Marc Leishman -1 $51,925
T32 Jason Kokrak -1 $51,925
T38 Tyler Duncan E $40,455
T38 Russell Henley E $40,455
T38 Kevin Na E $40,455
T38 Brooks Koepka E $40,455
T38 Adam Scott E $40,455
T43 Joaquin Niemann 1 $28,179
T43 Brendan Steele 1 $28,179
T43 Sepp Straka 1 $28,179
T43 Collin Morikawa 1 $28,179
T43 J.T. Poston 1 $28,179
T43 Brian Harman 1 $28,179
T43 Sebastian Munoz 1 $28,179
T43 Cameron Davis 1 $28,179
T43 Wesley Bryan 1 $28,179
T52 Tom Hoge 2 $22,153
T52 Kevin Streelman 2 $22,153
T52 Tyler McCumber 2 $22,153
T52 Danny Lee 2 $22,153
T52 Charley Hoffman 2 $22,153
T57 J.B. Holmes 3 $21,297
T57 Nate Lashley 3 $21,297
T57 Richy Werenski 3 $21,297
T60 Keegan Bradley 4 $20,832
T60 Brian Gay 4 $20,832
T62 Charl Schwartzel 5 $20,460
T62 Harold Varner III 5 $20,460
T64 Scott Piercy 6 $20,088
T64 Matthew Wolff 6 $20,088
66 Kyoung-Hoon Lee 9 $19,809
67 Sung Kang 10 $19,623

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