2021 Farmers Insurance Open purse: Payout information and winner’s share at Torrey Pines

Patrick Reed is tied for the 54-hole lead heading into Sunday at the Farmers Insurance Open.

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We’re coming down the stretch on a high-intensity week at the Farmers Insurance Open. Here’s everything you need to know about the purse information, including payout information and winner’s share at Torrey Pines on Sunday.

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Patrick Reed. Patrick Reed. Patrick Reed. For better or worse, the 30-year-old has once again found himself at the center of the PGA Tour conversation after a rules situation involving an embedded-ball left many skeptical Reed had manipulated the situation for a better lie. The PGA Tour released a statement saying both Reed and Rory McIlroy (who faced a near-identical situation on the 18th hole) acted within rule 16.3 of the Rules of Golf, and both will not face any subsequent punishment.

Reed holds the lead heading into the turn at Torrey Pines Sunday, but he’s being chased by a series of PGA Tour young guns. Viktor Hovland is just one stroke back (at 12 under), while Carlos Ortiz and Tony Finau (each -10) lurk in the distance. A Reed win on Sunday would be his first since the WGC-Mexico Championship nearly 11 months ago.

Below is the payout information and winner’s share for the Farmers Insurance Open’s $7.5 million purse; fans who wish to catch the coverage of the first tournament at this year’s U.S. Open venue can tune into CBS beginning at 3:00 p.m. ET and continuing through the completion of play.


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Farmers Insurance Open payout information; winner’s share

1. $1,350,000

2. $817,500

3. $517,500

4. $367,500

5. $307,500

6. $271,875

7. $253,125

8. $234,375

9. $219,375

10. $204,375

11. $189,375

12. $174,375

13. $159,375

14. $144,375

15. $136,875

16. $129,375

17. $121,875

18. $114,375

19. $106,875

20. $99,375

21. $91,875

22. $84,375

23. $78,375

24. $72,375

25. $66,375

26. $60,375

27. $58,125

28. $55,875

29. $53,625

30. $51,375

31. $49,125

32. $46,875

33. $44,625

34. $42,750

35. $40,875

36. $39,000

37. $37,125

38. $35,625

39. $34,125

40. $32,625

41. $31,125

42. $29,625

43. $28,125

44. $26,625

45. $25,125

46. $23,625

47. $22,125

48. $20,925

49. $19,875

50. $19,275

51. $18,825

52. $18,375

53. $18,075

54. $17,775

55. $17,625

56. $17,475

57. $17,325

58. $17,175

59. $17,025

60. $16,875

61. $16,725

62. $16,575

63. $16,425

64. $16,275

65. $16,125

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