2023 RBC Heritage purse: Payout info, winner’s share in Hilton Head

Jordan Spieth looks for a redemptive win at the RBC Heritage on Sunday.

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The rest of the golf world may still be wiping the Masters hangover from their eyes, but the top of the RBC Heritage leaderboard enters Sunday buzzing.

It’s a bustling crew leading things on Sunday at Harbour Town, a group that includes a former major winner seeking a redemptive victory (Matthew Fitzpatrick, -14), a former major winner seeking a career-altering victory (Jimmy Walker, -11), a former major winner seeking a bounceback win (Jordan Spieth, -12) and a former major winner seeking to stoke a monthslong hot streak (Scottie Scheffler, -11).

And those are just the major winners!

Within striking distance, there’s also Patrick Cantlay (-13), Tommy Fleetwood (-11) and Rickie Fowler (-10) — all of whom would have a remarkable victory story of their own to tell at the RBC Heritage.

Of course, it doesn’t hurt the jam-packed leaderboard to learn there’s a massive sum of cash on the line. The latest of the PGA Tour’s “designated events,” the winner in Hilton Head will take home a chunk of a massive $20 million purse pool, the second-largest such payout on the PGA Tour calendar. That works out to a stunning $3.6 million for the winner, more than Masters champion Jon Rahm took home from Augusta National last weekend.

Below, find everything you need to know about the RBC Heritage purse, including payout information and winner’s share. Coverage can be found all day on CBS.

RBC Heritage payout information, winner’s share

Win: $3.6 million

2: $2.18 million

3: $1.38 million

4: $980,000

5: $820,000

6: $725,000

7: $675,000

8: $625,000

9: $585,000

10: $545,000

11: $505,000

12: $465,000

13: $425,000

14: $385,000

15: $365,000

16: $345,000

17: $325,000

18: $305,000

19: $285,000

20: $265,000

21: $245,000

22: $225,000

23: $209,000

24: $193,000

25: $177,000

26: $161,000

27: $155,000

28: $149,000

29: $143,000

30: $137,000

31: $131,000

32: $125,000

33: $119,000

34: $114,000

35: $109,000

36: $104,000

37: $99,000

38: $95,000

39: $91,000

40: $87,000

41: $83,000

42: $79,000

43: $75,000

44: $71,000

45: $67,000

46: $63,000

47: $59,000

48: $55,800

49: $53,000

50: $51,400

51: $50,200

52: $49,000

53: $48,200

54: $47,400

55: $47,000

56: $46,600

57: $46,200

58: $45,800

59: $45,400

60: $45,000

61: $44,600

62: $44,200

63: $43,800

64: $43,400

65: $43,000

66: $42,600

67: $42,200

68: $41,800

James Colgan

Golf.com Editor

James Colgan is a news and features editor at GOLF, writing stories for the website and magazine. He manages the Hot Mic, GOLF’s media vertical, and utilizes his on-camera experience across the brand’s platforms. Prior to joining GOLF, James graduated from Syracuse University, during which time he was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from. He can be reached at james.colgan@golf.com.