2024 CJ Cup Byron Nelson money: How much every player made

Jake Knapp tees off at No. 17 at TPC Craig Ranch.

Jake Knapp is contending for his second PGA Tour title.

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There’s a little bit of added pressure for Canadians this year on the PGA Tour with the Presidents Cup taking place in their home country this fall.

That would make 2024 the perfect time for 2022 Presidents Cupper Taylor Pendrith to get his first PGA Tour victory.

“I haven’t had the best of years so far, but it’s a huge goal of mine, especially being in Canada, Mike Weir being the captain,” Pendrith said Saturday night. “Two years ago was awesome. To get back to that stage would be amazing and even more special to be in my home country.”

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By: Jack Hirsh

He started Sunday at the CJ Cup Byron Nelson in prime position to secure a spot on the International Team for Royal Montreal. He led by one over Jake Knapp to start the final round at TPC Craig Ranch.

While he’d course get valuable Presidents Cup International Team points, FedEx Cup points, World Ranking points, a two-year exemption to the PGA Tour and more, he’d also take home a solid chunk of money for his efforts.

To be exact, $1.71 million. Even if he finishes second, he’ll still take home seven figures.

With that, keep reading below for a complete list of the 2024 CJ Cup Byron Nelson payouts for all 66 players who made the cut. The total purse is $9.5 million. 

How much every player made at the 2024 CJ Cup Byron Nelson

Win: $1.71 million — Taylor Pendrith (23 under)

2. $1,035,500 — Ben Kohles (22 under)

3. $655,500 — Alex Noren (21 under)

T4. $380,000 — S.H. Kim, Aaron Rai, Byeong Hun An, Matt Wallace (20 under)

8. $296,875 — Jake Knapp (19 under)

T9. $249,375 — Taiga Semikawa, Rafael Campos, Troy Merritt, Kevin Tway (18 under)

T13. $165,232 — Ryo Hisatsune, Daniel Berger, Alex Smalley, Adam Schenk, Ben Griffin, Si Woo Kim, Kelly Kraft (17 under)

T20. $112,100 — Keith Mitchell, Austin Cook, Zach Johnson, Stephan Jaeger (16 under)

T24. $77,425 — Jorge Campillo, Nico Echavarria, Patton Kizzire, Justin Lower, Chris Gotterup, Min Woo Lee (15 under)

T30. $52,293.18 — Adam Scott, Dylan Wu, Luke List, Kevin Dougherty, Adrien Dumont de Chassart, Davis Riley, Andrew Novak, Carson Young, Max McGreevy, Nick Dunlap, Kevin Chappell (14 under)

T41. $33,725 — Maverick McNealy, Aaron Baddeley, Ryan McCormick, Tom Hoge, Sung Kang, Vince Whaley, Mackenzie Hughes (13 under)

T48. $24,985 — David Skinns, Martin Laird, Ben Martin, Brandt Snedeker (12 under)

T52. $22,406.43 — Mark Hubbard, Harrison Endycott, Tom Kim, Tyson Alexander, Scott Piercy, Hayden Buckley, Beau Hossler (10 under)

T59. $21,375 — K.H. Lee, Jason Day, S.Y. Noh (9 under)

T62. $20,900 — Sam Stevens, Joel Dahmen (8 under)

64. $20,615 — Henrik Norlander (7 under)

65. N/A — Kris Kim (a) (6 under)

66. $20,425 — Tom Whitney (5 under)

Jack Hirsh

Golf.com Editor

Jack Hirsh is an assistant editor at GOLF. A Pennsylvania native, Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State University, earning degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. He was captain of his high school golf team and recently returned to the program to serve as head coach. Jack also still *tries* to remain competitive in local amateurs. Before joining GOLF, Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend, Oregon, primarily as a Multimedia Journalist/reporter, but also producing, anchoring and even presenting the weather. He can be reached at jack.hirsh@golf.com.



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