2021 World Wide Technology Championship purse: Payout info, winner’s share

Can Viktor Hovland close it out on Sunday?

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We’ve reached the final round of the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship in Mayakoba, Mexico. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including purse, payout information and winner’s share.

World Wide Technology Championship preview

It’s officially Sunday at the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship in Mexico’s Riviera Maya, and the PGA Tour has once again produced another loaded leaderboard. Atop that leaderboard sits Viktor Hovland, the 24-year-old Norweigian who is quickly ascending up the ranks of the pro game. Hovland enters Sunday in Mayakoba holding a two-stroke lead at 19 under, and a win would be the third of his short PGA Tour career to date. Hovland will be paired with Talor Gooch (-17) in the final group off on Sunday afternoon.

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Behind Hovland and Gooch sits Justin Thomas, who is running out of time for his second PGA Tour win in 2021. Thomas gave himself a C-minus for his performance in 2021, but a win in Mayakoba would go a long way in casting away those demons for the time being.

Further back, a pair of Ryder Cup ascendants are making their way into contention. Sergio Garcia (-13) sits four strokes back of the lead, while Scottie Scheffler (-12) is five back.

Below, find everything you need to know about the World Wide Technology Championship’s $7.2 million purse; you can catch the action all afternoon long on Golf Channel.

World Wide Technology payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,296,000

2. $784,800

3. $496,800

4. $352,800

5. $295,200

6. $261,000

7. $243,000

8. $225,000

9. $210,600

10. $196,200

11. $181,800

12. $167,400

13. $153,000

14. $138,600

15. $131,400

16. $124,200

17. $117,000

18. $109,800

19. $102,600

20. $95,400

21. $88,200

22. $81,000

23. $75,240

24. $69,480

25. $63,720

26. $57,960

27. $55,800

28. $53,640

29. $51,480

30. $49,320

31. $47,160

32. $45,000

33. $42,840

34. $41,040

35. $39,240

36. $37,440

37. $35,640

38. $34,200

39. $32,760

40. $31,320

41. $29,880

42. $28,440

43. $27,000

44. $25,560

45. $24,120

46. $22,680

47. $21,240

48. $20,088

49. $19,080

50. $18,504

51. $18,072

52. $17,640

53. $17,352

54. $17,064

55. $16,920

56. $16,776

57. $16,632

58. $16,488

59. $16,344

60. $16,200

61. $16,056

62. $15,912

63. $15,768

64. $15,624

65. $15,480

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