2022 Genesis Invitational purse: Payout info, winner’s share at Riviera

Joaquin Niemann looks to capture a record-breaking win at Riviera on Sunday.

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After three days of action from Riviera Country Club, we’ve reached the final round of play at the 2022 Genesis Invitational. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including payout information, winner’s share and more.

Genesis Invitational final round preview

Joaquin Niemann is on a record-setting pace through three days of play at the Genesis Invitational. At 19 under, the 23-year-old currently holds the lowest 54-hole score ever at Riviera, an event dating back to the mid-20th century. Niemann enters Sunday’s final round holding a three-stroke lead over the remainder of the field. A win on Sunday would be the second PGA Tour victory for the Chilean-born pro, who has also added two playoff losses. The good news for Niemann? He has only one player (Cameron Young) within six strokes of his mark heading into the final round.

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Further back, Viktor Hovland (-13), Justin Thomas (-12), Collin Morikawa (-11) and last week’s winner, Scottie Scheffler (-10) all enter Sunday in need of brilliant final rounds AND some help in order to launch themselves back into contention.

Below, find everything you need to know about payout information, including winner’s share, for the Genesis Invitational’s $12 million purse; you can catch the action beginning at 3 p.m. ET on CBS.

Genesis Invitational payout information; winner’s share

1st: $2,160,000

2nd: $1,308,000

3rd: $828,000

4th: $588,000

5th: $492,000

6th: $435,000

7th: $405,000

8th: $375,000

9th: $351,000

10th: $327,000

11th: $303,000

12th: $279,000

13th: $255,000

14th: $231,000

15th: $219,000

16th: $207,000

17th: $195,000

18th: $183,000

19th: $171,000

20th: $159,000

21st: $147,000

22nd: $135,000

23rd: $125,400

24th: $115,800

25th: $106,200

26th: $96,600

27th: $93,000

28th: $89,400

29th: $85,800

30th: $82,200

31st: $78,600

32rd: $75,000

33rd: $71,400

34th: $68,400

35th: $65,400

36th: $62,400

37th: $59,400

38th: $57,000

39th: $54,600

40th: $52,200

41st: $49,800

42nd: $47,400

43rd: $45,000

44th: $42,600

45th: $40,200

46th: $37,800

47th: $35,400

48th: $33,480

49th: $31,800

50th: $30,840

51st: $30,120

52nd: $29,400

53rd: $28,920

54th: $28,440

55th: $28,200

56th: $27,960

57th: $27,720

58th: $27,480

59th: $27,240

60th: $27,000

61st: $26,760

62nd: $26,520

63rd: $26,280

64th: $26,040

65th: $25,800

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