2022 Arnold Palmer Invitational purse: Payout info, winner’s share

Viktor Hovland enters Sunday's final round within striking distance of the lead.

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After three days of play at Bay Hill Club and Lodge, we’ve reached the final round of play at the 2022 Arnold Palmer Invitational. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including purse, payout information and winner’s share.

2022 Arnold Palmer Invitational final round preview

Viktor Hovland enters Sunday’s final round a handful of strokes off the lead, but there’s no doubting he’s the most dangerous player within striking distance at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The 24-year-old Norwegian pro enters Sunday’s final round just one stroke off the lead set by Talor Gooch and Billy Horschel, but that comes after a see-sawing Saturday that saw him once holding a four-stroke lead.

On Sunday, Hovland will look to claim his fourth PGA Tour win and second professional win in 2022 (next to the Dubai Desert Classic in February). But to do so, he’ll have to ward off a group of big names led by Rory McIlroy. The four-time major champ sits three strokes back of Hovland and four off the lead heading into Sunday.

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Gary Woodland, the 2019 U.S. Open champ, enters Sunday’s final round in 5th, three strokes off the lead. And Scottie Scheffler — fresh off his first-ever PGA Tour win — enters in 4th, just two strokes back of the leaders.

Below is everything you need to know about the Arnold Palmer Invitational’s $12 million purse, including payout info and winner’s share; you can catch the action all afternoon on NBC.

Arnold Palmer Invitational payout info, winner’s share

  1. $2,160,000
  2. $1,308,000
  3. $828,000
  4. $588,000
  5. $492,000
  6. $435,000
  7. $405,000
  8. $375,000
  9. $351,000
  10. $327,000
  11. $303,000
  12. $279,000
  13. $255,000
  14. $231,000
  15. $219,000
  16. $207,000
  17. $195,000
  18. $183,000
  19. $171,000
  20. $159,000
  21. $147,000
  22. $135,000
  23. $125,400
  24. $115,800
  25. $106,200
  26. $96,600
  27. $93,000
  28. $89,400
  29. $85,800
  30. $82,200
  31. $78,600
  32. $75,000
  33. $71,400
  34. $68,400
  35. $65,400
  36. $62,400
  37. $59,400
  38. $57,000
  39. $54,600
  40. $52,200
  41. $49,800
  42. $47,400
  43. $45,000
  44. $42,600
  45. $40,200
  46. $37,800
  47. $35,400
  48. $33,480
  49. $31,800
  50. $30,840
  51. $30,120
  52. $29,400
  53. $28,920
  54. $28,440
  55. $28,200
  56. $27,960
  57. $27,720
  58. $27,480
  59. $27,240
  60. $27,000
  61. $26,760
  62. $26,520
  63. $26,280
  64. $26,040
  65. $25,800

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