2022 Zurich Classic purse: Payout info, winner’s share in New Orleans

Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay carry a major lead into Sunday at the 2022 Zurich Classic.

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After three rollicking days of play at the 2022 Zurich Classic, we’ve reached the final round of play. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including payout information and winner’s share on Sunday afternoon.

2022 Zurich Classic final round preview

Golf’s preeminent Ryder Cup bromance is taking their relationship to the next level at the 2022 Zurich Classic. Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay — who formed two halves of the United States’ most dominant pairing at Whistling Straits in September — are rekindling things in New Orleans this week to great success. Schauffele and Cantlay enter Sunday’s final round leading the tournament after a series of ridiculous four-ball performances to start the week. They’ll look to parlay that early week success into another triumphant team victory on Sunday afternoon, and they’ll enter the final round with a hefty five-stroke lead to do so.

Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay fist bump Saturday at the 2022 Zurich Classic
Ryder Cup stars Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay carry big lead to Sunday in New Orleans
By: Kevin Cunningham

Trailing closely behind are Garrick Higgo and Branden Grace, a pair of South Africans hoping to launch a final round comeback. The week’s feel-good tandem of Bill and Jay Haas sits even further behind, at T38, some 21 strokes back of Schauffele and Cantlay.

Below is the complete payout information, including winner’s share for the 2022 Zurich Classic’s $8.3 million purse; you can catch the action on Sunday afternoon on CBS.

Zurich Classic payout information (each team splits in half)

1. $2,398,700 

2. $979,400

3. $641,175

4. $539,500

5. $468,950

6. $402,550

7. $336,150

8. $294,650

9. $261,450

10. $228,250

11. $195,050

12. $166,415

13. $139,606

14. $125,330

15. $115,370

16. $105,410

17. $95,865

18. $87,565

19. $79,680

20. $73,040

21. $66,400

22. $59,760

23. $53,120

24. $46,812

25. $42,496

26. $40,338

27. $38,844

28. $38,014

29. $37,350

30. $36,686

31. $36,022

32. $35,358

33. $34,694

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