2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open purse: Payout info, winner’s share

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Sam Burns is looking to continue his roaring hot streak on Sunday at the Shriners.

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We’ve reached the final round of the 2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, Nev. β€” below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including purse, payout information and winner’s share.

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open final round preview

Another Sunday on the PGA Tour, another final round with Sam Burns in contention. Burns’ place atop the leaderboard is becoming something of a habit for the wraparound season, in which alternate field events have given way to a new reign of top-tier competitors. After last week’s win at the Sanderson Farms, Burns enters Sunday’s final round in Vegas at -16, two strokes off the lead set by Adam Schenk.

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Still, he’s far from the only intriguing name with a legit chance at a win on Sunday. Perhaps the best story of the weekend is Matthew Wolff, who enters the final round one stroke off Schenk’s mark. Wolff is looking for his first victory since the 3M Open in 2019, and to avenge his playoff loss to Martin Laird at last year’s Shriners. Of course, he’s fresh off a hiatus from the game of professional golf to focus on, among other things, his mental health. A win on Sunday would be just the second of the 22-year-old’s career.

Further back, Sungjae Im and Louis Oosthuizen look to mount Sunday charges to thrust themselves into the thick of contention. Below, find everything you need to know about the Shriners’ $7 million purse; you can catch the action from 5-8 p.m. on Golf Channel.

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,260,000

2. $763,000

3. $483,000

4. $343,000

5. $287,000

6. $253,750

7. $236,250

8. $218,750

9. $204,750

10. $190,750

11. $176,750

12. $162,750

13. $148,750

14. $134,750

15. $127,750

16. $120,750

17. $113,750

18. $106,750

19. $99,750

20. $92,750

21. $85,750

22. $78,750

23. $73,150

24. $67,550

25. $61,950

26. $56,350

27. $54,250

28. $52,150

29. $50,050

30. $47,950

31. $45,850

32. $43,750

33. $41,650

34. $39,900

35. $38,150

36. $36,400

37. $34,650

38. $33,250

39. $31,850

40. $30,450

41. $29,050

42. $27,650

43. $26,250

44. $24,850

45. $23,450

46. $22,050

47. $20,650

48. $19,530

49. $18,550

50. $17,990

51. $17,570

52. $17,150

53. $16,870

54. $16,590

55. $16,450

56. $16,310

57. $16,170

58. $16,030

59. $15,890

60. $15,750

61. $15,610

62. $15,470

63. $15,330

64. $15,190

65. $15,050

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