2024 Farmers Insurance Open money: Here’s how much every player made at Torrey Pines

Stephan Jaeger hits a shot at Torrey Pines.

Stephan Jaeger will earn the biggest check of his PGA Tour career.

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Overnight Friday Stephan Jaeger was an inexperienced leader ahead of a pack of inexperienced winners.

Of the top nine players heading into the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open, none of them had won on the PGA Tour before, including Jaeger, who birded the 18th Friday to take the lead by one.

But among the group tied for 10th were some of the PGA Tour’s blue bloods. Xander Schauffele, Tony Finau, Will Zalatoris and Ludvig Aberg were all in the group at seven under to start the final round.

However, winning isn’t exactly a foreign concept to Jaeger. The 34-year-old has six wins on the Korn Ferry Tour, tied for the second most of all-time after Jason Gore.

But that’s not something he leaned on Sunday as he chased down his inaugural victory on the PGA Tour. He expected to feel the pressure for the final round.

“It’s great to have some past success, but you really— that doesn’t really get you anything,” he said Friday night. “I’m going to feel it tomorrow, I’m going to be nervous.

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“I think [winning is] a learned skill. I don’t think you wake up and you’re automatically a winner or champion. I think anybody that says differently’s wrong, but I think you can definitely learn it. Some of those guys, you see some of the all-time greats, it’s definitely a skill.

“It’s definitely something I’ve done before, but I’m going to lean on stuff I’ve been really working on the last six months or a year.”

But while Jaeger has experience winning on the Korn Ferry Tour, he wasn’t playing for the same $1.62 million first-place prize he did at Torrey Pines.

Here is a complete list of the 2024 Farmers Insurance Open payouts for all 79 players who made the cut. The total purse is $9 million

How much every player made at the 2024 Farmers Insurance Open

1. Matthieu Pavon – $1,620,000

2. Nicolai Højgaard – $981,000

T3. Stephan Jaeger – $477,000
Nate Lashley
Jake Knapp

T6. Kevin Yu – $303,750
Beau Hossler
Tony Finau

T9. Patrick Rodgers – $236,250
Xander Schauffele
Ludvig Aberg
Taylor Pendrith

T13. Tom Whitney – $156,535.72
Hideki Matsuyama
Max Homa
Doug Ghim
Akshay Bhatia
Will Zalatoris
Taylor Montgomery

T20. Mark Hubbard – $102,330
Rafael Campos
Ryan Brehm
Emiliano Grillo
Thomas Detry

T25. Shane Lowry – $66,262.50
Scott Stallings
Chesson Hadley
Adam Schenk
Joseph Bramlett
Robby Shelton
Parker Coody
Trace Crowe

T33. Aaron Rai – $50,175
Hayden Springer
Ryo Hisatsune
Joe Highsmith

T37. Ben Martin – $40,050
Michael Kim
Austin Eckroat
Nick Hardy
Aaron Baddeley
Maverick McNealy

T43. Min Woo Lee – $28,530
Keegan Bradley
Justin Lower
Sam Stevens
Alejandro Tosti
Erik Barnes
Sami Valimaki

T50. Luke List – $21,990
Bronson Burgoon
Chris Gotterup
S.H. Kim
Dylan Wu
Kevin Dougherty

T56. Patrick Cantlay – $20,340
Justin Rose
Carson Young
Vincent Norrman
Tyson Alexander
Ben Silverman
Tom Hoge
Charley Hoffman

T64. Lanto Griffin – $19,080
Sahith Theegala
Harris English
Mackenzie Hughes
Ben Taylor
Taiga Semikawa

T70. Taylor Moore – $18,270
Jacob Bridgeman
Alexander Bjork

T73. Francesco Molinari – $17,820
Zac Blair

75. Adrien Dumont de Chassart – $17,550

76. Chandler Phillips – $17,370

77. Justin Suh – $17,190

T78. Chad Ramey – $16,830
Brandt Snedeker

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.