2021 BMW Championship purse: Payout information, winner’s share in Maryland

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Bryson DeChambeau could vault himself into contention for the FedEx Cup on Sunday at the BMW Championship.

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We’ve reached the final round of play at the 2021 BMW Championship at Caves Valley Golf Club in Maryland. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including payout information and purse.

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If there were any doubts about the BMW Championship serving as the penultimate FedEx Cup Playoff event of the 2021 PGA Tour season, they were quickly erased by a leaderboard loaded with big names, and built to the exact specifications of the modern PGA Tour.

After his Friday 60, Bryson DeChambeau sits atop the field at 21 (!!!) under par. DeChambeau hasn’t just lived under par, he’s taken up residence here; utilizing the PGA Tour’s cookie-cutter weekend setup to plow his way to a tie for the lead. Bryson sits tied with Patrick Cantlay for the top spot after Saturday’s third-round 66.

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Now in addition to the high-drama of the FedEx Cup playoffs, there’s also some Ryder Cup math at work on Sunday. A win for Cantlay would secure the final auto-bid spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team, while a loss would leave the final spot up for grabs between Tony Finau and Xander Schauffele. In the event Cantlay doesn’t come out on top, the higher-finisher between Finau and Schauffele will snag the final spot.

Below, find everything you need to know about the BMW’s $9.5 million purse; you can catch all the action on Sunday on NBC.

BMW Championship payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,710,000

2. $1,026,000

3. $646,000

4. $456,000

5. $380,000

6. $342,000

7. $318,250

8. $294,500

9. $275,500

10. $256,500

11. $237,500

12. $218,500

13. $199,500

14. $180,500

15. $171,000

16. $161,500

17. $152,000

18. $142,500

19. $133,000

20. $123,500

21. $114,000

22. $106,400

23. $98,800

24. $91,200

25. $83,600

26. $76,000

27. $73,150

28. $70,300

29. $67,450

30. $64,600

31. $61,750

32. $58,900

33. $56,050

34. $53,675

35. $51,300

36. $48,925

37. $46,550

38. $44,650

39. $42,750

40. $40,850

41. $38,950

42. $37,050

43. $35,150

44. $33,250

45. $31,350

46. $29,450

47. $27,550

48. $26,030

49. $24,700

50. $23,940

51. $23,370

52. $22,800

53. $22,420

54. $22,040

55. $21,850

56. $21,660

57. $21,470

58. $21,280

59. $21,090

60. $20,900

61. $20,710

62. $20,520

63. $20,330

64. $20,140

65. $19,950

66. $19,760

67. $19,570

68. $19,380

69. $19,190

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