2024 Arnold Palmer Invitational money: Here’s how much every player made

Scottie Scheffler

Scottie Scheffler hits his tee shot on Saturday on the 17th hole at Bay Hill.

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With this being Arnold Palmer Invitational week, Brad Faxon had an Arnold Palmer story. 

Faxon wasn’t playing, but he was announcing as part of the NBC/Golf Channel crew, and as Thursday’s broadcast of the first round started, announcer Steve Sands asked what impact Palmer had on Faxon. “A tremendous impact,” Faxon said. After graduating college, he moved to Orlando to be a member at Bay Hill, which hosts the API and where Palmer was the longtime proprietor. Faxon said he played in multiple events at the track. 

He then said this:

“My rookie year, I played with Arnold at the Players, in the final round. It was such a thrill to get paired with him, to get called out on the first tee with him. Walking off the first green, he said to me: ‘Do you want to have a long career out here, son?’ He put his arm around me. I said, ‘Yes, sir.’ He goes, ‘Then you look people in the eye when you walk off the tee. You look them right in the eye.’ I’ll never forget. ‘There the reason why you have a job.’

“Boy, could we use that now.”

With that, here is a complete list of the 2024 Arnold Palmer Invitational payouts for all 58 players who made the cut. The total purse is $20 million. 

How much every player made at the 2024 Arnold Palmer Invitational 

1. Scottie Scheffler $4 million

2. Wyndham Clark $2.2 million

3. Shane Lowry $1.4 million

T4. Russell Henley $920,000
Will Zalatoris $920,000

T6. Sahith Theegala $730,000
Brendon Todd $730,000

T8. Byeong Hun An $579,000
Andrew Putnam $579,000
Emiliano Grillo $579,000
Max Homa $579,000

T12. Nick Taylor $389,666
Brian Harman $389,666
Lee Hodges $389,666
Justin Thomas $389,666
Tom Hoge $389,666
Hideki Matsuyama $389,666

T18. Cam Davis $289,000
Corey Conners $289,000
Sungjae Im $289,000

T21. Seamus Power $224,750
Eric Cole $224,750
Harris English $224,750
Rory McIlroy $224,750

T25. Xander Schauffele $162,800
Patrick Rodgers $162,800
Erik van Rooyen $162,800
Grayson Murray $162,800
Ludvig Aberg $162,800

T30. Jordan Spieth $123,500
Lucas Glover $123,500
Mackenzie Hughes $123,500
Si Woo Kim $123,500
Webb Simpson $123,500
Sam Burns $123,500

T36. Rickie Fowler $88,375
Jason Day $88,375
Patrick Cantlay $88,375
Keegan Bradley $88,375
Austin Eckroat $88,375
Viktor Hovland $88,375
Cameron Young $88,375
Justin Lower $88,375

T44. Min Woo Lee $64,000
Christiaan Bezuidenhout $64,000
Stephan Jaeger $64,000
Chris Kirk $64,000

T48. Nick Dunlap $54,000
Denny McCarthy $54,000
Taylor Moore $54,000

51. C.T. Pan $51,000

T52. Adam Hadwin $49,000
Matthieu Pavon $49,000
Tom Kim $49,000

55. J.T. Poston $47,000

56. Luke List $46,000

T57. Jake Knapp $44,500
Sepp Straka $44,500

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