2022 WM Phoenix Open purse: Payout information, winner’s share

Brooks Koepka looks for back-to-back victories at the WM Phoenix Open on Sunday.

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After three days of chaos in the desert, we’ve reached the final round of play at the 2022 WM Phoenix Open. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including purse, payout information and winner’s share.

WM Phoenix Open final round preview

It’s a shame, really, that few things in Sunday’s WM Phoenix Open final round could top the moment Sam Ryder had on Saturday afternoon. It was then, as you have already likely seen, that Ryder made an ace on the famed, Stadium-style par-3 16th. The ensuing crowd explosion — featuring a beer shower for the ages and a clean-up befitting the tournament’s title sponsor — will likely be remembered as one of the best moments in golf in 2022.

But that moment is over, and it’s time to turn the page to Sunday, which is brimming with interesting storylines. First, the leader: Sahith Theegala, who is only in this week’s event by virtue of sponsor exemption. Theegala holds a one-stroke lead heading into Sunday’s final round and will be in the final pairing.

Then there’s Brooks Koepka, who sits just one stroke back and could look to become the first back-to-back winner in ’21 and ’22 on Tour. If he’s come away with a win on Sunday, Koepka will have to fend off charges from his Ryder Cup teammates Scottie Scheffler (one back of Koepka, two of Theegala), Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay (two back of Koepka, three of Theegala).

But of course, there can only be one winner. Below, find everything you need to know about the WM Phoenix Open’s $8.2 million purse; you can catch the action split between Golf Channel and CBS on Sunday.

WM Phoenix Open payout information, winner’s share

1st $1,476,000

2nd $893,800

3rd $565,800

4th $401,800

5th $336,200

6th $297,250

7th $276,750

8th $256,250

9th $239,850

10th $223,450

11th $207,050

12th $190,650

13th $174,250

14th $157,850

15th $149,650

16th $141,450

17th $133,250

18th $125,050

19th $116,850

20th $108,650

21st $100,450

22nd $92,250

23rd $85,690

24th $79,130

25th $72,570

26th $66,010

27th $63,550

28th $61,090

29th $58,630

30th $56,170

31st $53,710

32nd $51,250

33rd $48,790

34th $46,740

35th $44,690

36th $42,640

37th $40,590

38th $38,950

39th $37,310

40th $35,670

41st $34,030

42nd $32,390

43rd $30,750

44th $29,110

45th $27,470

46th $25,830

47th $24,190

48th $22,878

49th $21,730

50th $21,074

51st $20,582

52nd $20,090

53rd $19,762

54th $19,434

55th $19,270

56th $19,106

57th $18,942

58th $18,778

59th $18,614

60th $18,450

61st $18,286

62nd $18,122

63rd $17,958

64th $17,794

65th $17,630

James Colgan

Golf.com Editor

James Colgan is an assistant editor at GOLF, contributing stories for the website and magazine on a broad range of topics. He writes the Hot Mic, GOLF’s weekly media column, and utilizes his broadcast experience across the brand’s social media and video platforms. A 2019 graduate of Syracuse University, James — and evidently, his golf game — is still defrosting from four years in the snow, during which time he cut his teeth at NFL Films, CBS News and Fox Sports. Prior to joining GOLF, James was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from.