2023 Charles Schwab Challenge money: Total purse, payout breakdown, winner’s share

Harris English of the United States tees off on hole #2 during Round Three of the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club on May 27, 2023 in Ft. Worth, Texas.

Harris English started the final round at Colonial just a shot back.

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It’s bound to be a difficult duel at the famed Colonial Country Club Sunday as the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge comes to a close.

Colonial is set for a Gil Hanse-led renovation starting Monday morning and the PGA Tour is taking advantage by taking the historic track to the brink for Sunday’s final round.

Adam Schenk and Harry Hall share the lead going into the final round at 10 under with both players seeking their first PGA Tour victories.

Just a shot behind is Harris English, who held a share of the lead for much of the day Saturday despite dealing with a bizarre rules situation that led to his 2nd hole score being up in the air until his 9th hole. Viktor Hovland also is in the mix, starting the day in a tie for 6th, just five back.

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The Charles Schwab Challenge features a purse of $8.7 million with $1.566 million going to the champion.

Below is the complete payout breakdown for the tournament. You can watch from 1-3 p.m. ET on Golf Channel and 3-6 p.m. on CBS.

2023 Charles Schwab Challenge money: Total purse, payout breakdown, winner’s share

1. $1,566,000
2. $948,300
3. $600,300
4. $426,300
5. $356,700
6. $315,375
7. $293,625
8. $271,875
9. $254,475
10. $237,075
11. $219,675
12. $202,275
13. $184,875
14. $167,475
15. $158,775
16. $150,075
17. $141,375
18. $132,675
19. $123,975
20. $115,275
21. $106,575
22. $97,875
23. $90,915
24. $83,955
25. $76,995
26. $70,035
27. $67,425
28. $64,815
29. $62,205
30. $59,595
31. $56,985
32. $54,375
33. $51,765
34. $49,590
35. $47,415
36. $45,240
37. $43,065
38. $41,325
39. $39,585
40. $37,845
41. $36,105
42. $34,365
43. $32,625
44. $30,885
45. $29,145
46. $27,405
47. $25,665
48. $24,273
49. $23,055
50. $22,359
51. $21,837
52. $21,315
53. $20,967
54. $20,619
55. $20,445
56. $20,271
57. $20,097
58. $19,923
59. $19,749
60. $19,575
61. $19,401
62. $19,227
63. $19,053
64. $18,879
65. $18,705
66. $18,531
67. $18,357
68. $18,183
69. $18,009
70. $17,835
71. $17,661
72. $17,487

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