2022 Travelers Championship purse: Payout info, winner’s share

Xander Schauffele has a one-shot lead through 54 holes at the 2022 Travelers Championship.

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The 2022 Travelers Championship is looking like it will be a bit of a horse race on Sunday, with Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay three and two shots clear of their closest competitors, respectively.

But if we’ve learned anything this week it’s that ultra-low scores are out there at TPC River Highlands, so it’s entirely possible that a surprise name could come from behind to overtake the leaders.

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There’s plenty at stake — your name forever enshrined in Travelers Championship lore, and a sweet check to boot.

Sunday’s winner will come away with $1.494 million of the $8.3 million total purse, while second place will clear just under a million, at $904,700. Check out the complete purse breakdown for the entire field below.

2022 Travelers Championship payout info, winner’s share

Win: $1,494,000

2. $904,700

3. $572,700

4. $406,700

5. $340,300

6. $300,875

7. $280,125

8. $259,375

9. $242,775

10. $226,175

11. $209,575

12. $192,975

13. $176,375

14. $159,775

15. $151,475

16. $143,175

17. $134,875

18. $126,575

19. $118,275

20. $109,975

21. $101,675

22. $93,375

23. $86,735

24. $80,095

25. $73,455

26. $66,815

27. $64,325

28. $61,835

29. $59,345

30. $56,855

31. $54,365

32. $51,875

33. $49,385

34. $47,310

35. $45,235

36. $43,160

37. $41,085

38. $39,425

39. $37,765

40. $36,105

41. $34,445

42. $32,785

43. $31,125

44. $29,465

45. $27,805

46. $26,145

47. $24,485

48. $23,157

49. $21,995

50. $21,331

51. $20,833

52. $20,335

53. $20,003

54. $19,671

55. $19,505

56. $19,339

57. $19,173

58. $19,007

59. $18,841

60. $18,675

61. $18,509

62. $18,343

63. $18,177

64. $18,011

65. $17,845

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Jessica Marksbury
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As a four-year member of Columbia’s inaugural class of female varsity golfers, Jessica can out-birdie everyone on the masthead. She can out-hustle them in the office, too, where she’s primarily responsible for producing both print and online features, and overseeing major special projects, such as GOLF’s inaugural Style Is­sue, which debuted in February 2018. Her origi­nal interview series, “A Round With,” debuted in November of 2015, and appeared in both in the magazine and in video form on GOLF.com.