2022 Wells Fargo Championship purse: Payout info, winner’s share

Max Homa enters Sunday looking to nab his first victory in 2022.

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After three days of play in Potomac, we’ve reached the final round of the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament purse, including payout information and total winner’s share.

2022 Wells Fargo final round preview

It’s Sunday at the Wells Fargo Championship, and Max Homa is looking for his first PGA Tour victory since the 2021 Fortinet Invitational. The pro game’s preeminent Twitter celebrity enters the final round at TPC Potomac just two strokes off the lead after managing to survive a soggy slog during Saturday’s third round.

Homa (-6) trails only Keegan Bradley (-8), the former major winner and Vermont native. Bradley (67) was one of the few players to survive Saturday’s wild conditions with a round under par. Now, he enters Sunday looking for his first victory since the 2018 BMW Championship.

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Below, find everything you need to know about money, including winner’s share, for the 2022 Wells Fargo Championship’s $9 million purse; you can catch the action all afternoon long on CBS.

2022 Wells Fargo Championship payout info, winner’s share

1. $1.62 million
2. $972,000
3. $612,000
4. $432,000
5. $360,000
6. $324,000
7. $301,500
8. $279,000
9. $261,000
10. $243,000
11. $225,000
12. $207,000
13. $189,000
14. $171,000
15. $162,000
16. $153,000
17. $144,000
18. $135,000
19. $126,000
20. $117,000
21. $108,000
22. $100,800
23. $93,600
24. $86,400
25. $79,200
26. $72,000
27. $69,300
28. $66,600
29. $63,900
30. $61,200
31. $58,500
32. $55,800
33. $53,100
34. $50,850
35. $48,600
36. $46,350
37. $44,100
38. $42,300
39. $40,500
40. $38,700
41. $36,900
42. $35,100
43. $33,300
44. $31,500
45. $29,700
46. $27,900
47. $26,100
48. $24,660
49. $23,400
50. $22,680
51. $22,140
52. $21,600
53. $21,240
54. $20,880
55. $20,700
56. $20,520
57. $20,340
58. $20,160
59. $19,980
60. $19,800
61. $19,620
62. $19,440
63. $19,260
64. $19,080
65. $18,900
66. $18,720
67. $18,540
68. $18,360
69. $18,180
70. $18,000

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