2024 Travelers Championship money: Here’s how much every player made 

Scottie Scheffler plays a shot surrounded by a gallery at the Travelers.

Scottie Scheffler is in contention again at a Signature Event.

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It’s been a long couple of weeks on the PGA Tour and the gauntlet stretch comes to an end this Sunday at the Travelers Championship.

Most of the game’s top players are playing three weeks in a row or more after the Signature Event at the Memorial, the U.S. Open and now the final of the $20 million Signature Events series this week in Connecticut.

For Akshay Bhatia, who entered the final round one shot behind Tom Kim, tied for second with Scottie Scheffler at 17 under, he’s in the midst of an even more grueling run. Bhatia hasn’t taken a week off since before the Wells Fargo Championship, seven weeks ago at the start of May.

“I’m playing great. I mean, this is why I’m playing, this is seven in a row for me, I just want to keep building on good golf and kind of learning as I go,” the now-two-time PGA Tour winner Bhatia said Friday. “I feel like I’ve been working really hard on my technique especially this week, and I feel like my coach and I have found a feel that works, so we’re just kind of trying to build on that and focus on that as much as I can.”

Making matters even more grueling for Bhatia and the rest of the field this week is the extreme heat wave gripping the Northeast. Bhatia said he and his caddie have a challenge this week to see who can drink the most water.

Scheffler is doing the same, even with a newborn in the family. But that didn’t slow him down from winning his sixth PGA Tour title of the year and his second in the last three weeks.

And with a massive payday this week, he’ll be well rewarded for the grind. In fact, Scheffler has won four of the last five Signature Events on the PGA Tour and the one he didn’t win? He didn’t play. The other two events he’s won this season? The Players and the Masters.

With that, below you can check out the complete payout breakdown for this week’s final Signature Event of 2024 at the Travelers Championship. The total purse is $20 million. 

How much every player made at the 2024 Travelers Championship

(Final payouts will be updated upon conclusion of the final round)

1. Scottie Scheffler, $3.6 million

2. Tom Kim, $2.16 million

T3. Tom Hoge, $1,160,000
Sungjae Im

T5. Patrick Cantlay, $702,500
Tony Finau
Justin Thomas
Akshay Bhatia

T9. Brian Harman, $520,000
Wyndham Clark
Cameron Young
Shane Lowry

T13. Xander Schauffele, $400,000
Collin Morikawa

15. Tommy Fleetwood, $360,000

T16. Patrick Rodgers, $310,000
Robert MacIntyre
Adam Svensson
Matthieu Pavon

T20. Seamus Power, $241,333.33
Rickie Fowler
Viktor Hovland

T23. Sepp Straka, $183,500
Hideki Matsuyama
Christiaan Bezuidenhout
Taylor Pendrith

T27. Corey Conners, $144,000
Adam Hadwin
Austin Eckroat
Ludvig Åberg

T31. Kurt Kitayama, $117,600
Lee Hodges
Denny McCarthy
Stephan Jaeger
Si Woo Kim

T36. Mackenzie Hughes, $97,333.34
Brendon Todd
Matt Fitzpatrick

T39. Adam Scott, $85,000
Keegan Bradley
Michael Thorbjornsen

T42. Nick Taylor, $75,000
Will Zalatoris

T44. Victor Perez, $63,000
Lucas Glover
Andrew Putnam
Jason Day

T48. Eric Cole, $49,285.71
Russell Henley
Davis Riley
Cam Davis
Webb Simpson
Jake Knapp
Sahith Theegala

T55. Adam Schenk, $44,750
Billy Horschel
Emiliano Grillo
J.T. Poston
Thomas Detry
Sam Burns

T61. Max Homa, $42,750
Chris Gotterup

T63. Harris English, $41,500
Jordan Spieth
Chris Kirk

66. Nick Dunlap, $40,500

67. Ben Griffin, $40,000

T68. Justin Rose, $39,250
Taylor Moore

70. Peter Malnati, $38,500

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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