3M Open purse: Payout information and winner’s share in Minnesota

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Maverick McNealy is in the hunt for his first PGA Tour win at the 3M Open Sunday.

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We’ve reached the final round of play at the 2021 3M Open. Here’s everything you need to know about tournament money, including purse, payout information and winner’s share.

3M Open final round preview

Cameron Tringale is winless in strokeplay events to this point in his professional career, but he greets perhaps his best chance of victory to date at the 3M Open. At the 54-hole mark, Tringale holds a one-stroke lead over the remainder of the field at 12 under.

To win on Sunday, he’ll have to hold off a group of pros headlined by 2019 U.S. Open champ Gary Woodland. Woodland enters Sunday one stroke back after three consecutive rounds in the 60s to open the weekend, and looking for his first win since his victory in the national championship at Pebble Beach two years ago.

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Further back, Sung Kang and Rickie Fowler will look to put on their finest Sunday rallies, but they’ll both need LOW numbers on Sunday in order to make up for dreadful performances on the 18th at TPC Twin Cities. On Saturday, Kang recorded a 12 on the 18th hole at TPC Twin Cities, while Fowler recorded a triple-bogey 8.

Below, find everything you need to know about the 3M Open’s $6.6 million purse; you can catch all the action on Sunday beginning at 1 p.m ET on Golf Channel, and continuing on NBC after.

3M Open payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,188,000

2. $719,400

3. $455,400

4. $323,400

5. $270,600

6. $239,250

7. $222,750

8. $206,250

9. $193,050

10. $179,850

11. $166,650

12. $153,450

13. $140,250

14. $127,050

15. $120,450

16. $113,850

17. $107,250

18. $100,650

19. $94,050

20. $87,450

21. $80,850

22. $74,250

23. $68,970

24. $63,690

25. $58,410

26. $53,130

27. $51,150

28. $49,170

29. $47,190

30. $45,210

31. $43,230

32. $41,250

33. $39,270

34. $37,620

35. $35,970

36. $34,320

37. $32,670

38. $31,350

39. $30,030

40. $28,710

41. $27,390

42. $26,070

43. $24,750

44. $23,430

45. $22,110

46. $20,790

47. $19,470

48. $18,414

49. $17,490

50. $16,962

51. $16,566

52. $16,170

53. $15,906

54. $15,642

55. $15,510

56. $15,378

57. $15,246

58. $15,114

59. $14,982

60. $14,850

61. $14,718

62. $14,586

63. $14,454

64. $14,322

65. $14,190

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