2020 Wyndham Championship purse: Payout breakdown, winner’s share

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Si Woo Kim heads into Sunday at the Wyndham Championship with a two-stroke lead.

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Si Woo Kim was thisclose to entering golf lore on Saturday at the Wyndham Championship. On the 12th hole, a 196-yard par-3, Kim lipped out for his second hole-in-one on the day.

While the shot wasn’t enough for another ace, it was plenty to land Kim another birdie en route to a two-stroke lead heading into Sunday in Greensboro.

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A win Sunday would give Kim his second career Wyndham Championship victory (and third PGA Tour win). Doc Redman and Rob Oppenheim are the two golfers closest on Kim’s tail heading into the final round. Redman and Oppenheim trail the 25-year-old by two strokes each.

Also near the top of the leaderboard are Billy Horschel (-15) and Webb Simpson (-13). The two PGA Tour mainstays figure to have ample opportunity to chase Kim in the final round, particularly given the birdie-fest that Sedgefield Country Club has welcomed thus far this week.

Below is the payout information and winner’s share for the Wyndham Championship’s $6.4 million purse; you can watch all the action Sunday starting on Golf Channel at 12:30 p.m. ET, and continuing from 2:30 p.m. ET until the completion of the tournament on CBS.

Wyndham Championship payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,152,000

2. $697,600

3. $441,600

4. $313,600

5. $262,400

6. $232,000

7. $216,000

8. $200,000

9. $187,200

10. $174,400

11. $161,600

12. $148,800

13. $136,000

14. $123,200

15. $116,800

16. $110,400

17. $104,000

18. $97,600

19. $91,200

20. $84,800

21. $78,400

22. $72,000

23. $66,880

24. $61,760

25. $56,640

26. $51,520

27. $49,600

28. $47,680

29. $45,760

30. $43,840

31. $41,920

32. $40,000

33. $38,080

34. $36,480

35. $34,880

36. $33,280

37. $31,680

38. $30,400

39. $29,120

40. $27,840

41. $26,560

42. $25,280

43. $24,000

44. $22,720

45. $21,440

46. $20,160

47. $18,880

48. $17,856

49. $16,960

50. $16,448

51. $16,064

52. $15,680

53. $15,424

54. $15,168

55. $15,040

56. $14,912

57. $14,784

58. $14,656

59. $14,528

60. $14,400

61. $14,272

62. $14,144

63. $14,016

64. $13,888

65. $13,760

James Colgan

Golf.com Editor

James Colgan is an assistant editor at GOLF, contributing stories for the website and magazine on a broad range of topics. He writes the Hot Mic, GOLF’s weekly media column, and utilizes his broadcast experience across the brand’s social media and video platforms. A 2019 graduate of Syracuse University, James — and evidently, his golf game — is still defrosting from four years in the snow, during which time he cut his teeth at NFL Films, CBS News and Fox Sports. Prior to joining GOLF, James was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from.