U.S. Open money 2021: Here’s how much money every player made at the U.S. Open

The 2021 U.S. Open trophy

Who will hoist the U.S. Open trophy come Sunday night at Torrey Pines?

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The winner of the 2021 U.S. Open will take home big-time cash, but the runner-up gets millionaire money, too.

The total purse for the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines is $12.5 million and the winner’s payout is $2.25 million, the same total purse and winner’s haul as the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot, which was won by Bryson DeChambeau.

The runner-up at Torrey Pines wins $1.35 million, and third place earns $861,457. Rounding out the top five is $603,903 for fourth and $502,993 for fifth.

The total purses from 2020’s other majors have been $12 million for the PGA Championship and $11.5 million for the Masters.

So, what does the final payout breakdown look like at the 2021 U.S. Open? Check out below. For everything you get for winning the U.S. Open, including hardware, exemptions and more, click here.

[This post will be updated with payouts immediately after they are announced at the conclusion of the U.S. Open on Sunday evening. Refresh the page for updates.]

How much money every player made at the 2021 U.S. Open

1st, 6 under

Jon Rahm, $2,250,000

2nd, 5 under

Louis Oosthuizen, $1,350,000

3rd, 3 under

Harris English, $829,084

T4, 2 under

Guido Migliozzi, $498,176
Brooks Koepka, $498,176
Collin Morikawa, $498,176

T7, 1 under

Branden Grace, $306,893
Daniel Berger, $306,893
Paul Casey, $306,893
Xander Schauffele, $306,893
Scottie Scheffler, $306,893
Rory McIlroy, $306,893

T13, even

Francesco Molinari, $217,796
Russell Henley, $217,796

T15, 1 over

Patrick Cantlay, $177,279
Kevin Streelman, $177,279
Matthew Wolff, $177,279
Mackenzie Hughes, $177,279

T19, 2 over

Patrick Reed, $125,363
Sergio Garcia, $125,363
Charl Schwartzel, $125,363
Brian Harman, $125,363
Jordan Spieth, $125,363
Justin Thomas, $125,363
Dustin Johnson, $125,363

T26, 3 over

Hideki Matsuyama, $87,941
Rikuya Hoshino, $87,941
Chris Baker, $87,941
Martin Kaymer, $87,941
Bryson DeChambeau, $87,941

T31, 4 over

Patrick Rodgers, $71,030
Dylan Wu, $71,030
Joaquin Niemann, $71,030
Christiaan Bezuidenhout, $71,030

T35, 5 over

Edoardo Molinari, $57,696
Robert MacIntyre, $57,696
Adam Scott, $57,696
Lanto Griffin, $57,696
Sungjae Im, $57,696

T40, 6 over

Wade Ormsby, $43,883
Adam Hadwin, $43,883
Chez Reavie, $43,883
J.T. Poston, $43,883
Si Woo Kim, $43,883
Ian Poulter, $43,883

T46, 7 over

Rick Lamb, $32,351
Tom Hoge, $32,351
Dylan Frittelli, $32,351
Lee Westwood, $32,351

T50, 8 over

Tommy Fleetwood, $27,327
Rafa Cabrera Bello, $27,327
Gary Woodland, $27,327
Bubba Watson, $27,327
Richard Bland, $27,327

T55, 9 over

Kevin Kisner, $26,056
Matt Fitzpatrick, $26,056

T57, 10 over

Taylor Montgomery, $25,183
Stewart Cink, $25,183
Akshay Bhatia, $25,183
Charley Hoffman, $25,183
Jhonattan Vegas, $25,183

T62, 11 over

Phil Mickelson, $24,310
Greyson Sigg, $24,310

64th, 12 over

Marc Leishman, $23,936

T65, 13 over

Matt Jones, $23,437
Troy Merritt, $23,437
Shane Lowry, $23,437

T68, 14 over

Wilco Nienaber, $22,814
Kyle Westmoreland, $22,814

T70, 19 over

Fabian Gomez, $22,309
Jimmy Walker, $22,309

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