2023 FedEx St. Jude Championship money: Here’s how much every player made 

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Tommy Fleetwood hits his tee shot on Saturday on the 2nd hole at TPC Southwind.

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On Tuesday, ahead of this week’s FedEx St. Jude Invitational, players were asked what would be one thing they would change on the PGA Tour. In light of the Tour’s recent proposed deal with the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund, there’s a thought that possibly everything is on the table.

The answers were vast. Brian Harman, for example, wanted a cold plunge. 

And there was Jon Rahm

In this story of the St. Jude money, he did not need a pot of gold. 

But he desired a pot. 


“I can tell you right now my priorities are a lot lower than what a lot of people would think,” Rahm said. “If I have to — if I go by request — I know this is going to sound very stupid, but as simple as having a freaking port-a-potty on every hole. I know it sounds crazy, but I can’t choose when I have to go to the bathroom. I’ve told the Tour this many times, as simple as that.”

With that, below is a complete list of the 2023 FedEx St. Jude Championship payouts for each player. The total purse is $20 million. 

How much every player made at the 2023 FedEx St. Jude Championship

1. Lucas Glover $3.6 million

2. Patrick Cantlay $2.1 million

T3. Rory McIlroy $1.16 million
Tommy Fleetwood $1.16 million

5. Taylor Moore $800,000

T6. Corey Conners $584,285
Adam Schenk $584,285
Cam Davis $584,285
Sungjae Im $584,285
Russell Henley $584,285
Jordan Spieth $584,285
Max Homa $584,285

T13. Sahith Theegala $386,666
Collin Morikawa $386,666
Viktor Hovland $386,666

T16. Hideki Matsuyama $310,000
Chris Kirk $310,000
Si Woo Kim $310,000
Adam Hadwin $310,000

T20. Justin Rose $233,000
Stephan Jaeger $233,000
Beau Hossler $233,000
Emiliano Grillo $233,000

T24. Nick Taylor $158,285
J.J. Spaun $158,285
Andrew Putnam $158,285
Xander Schauffele $158,285
J.T. Poston $158,285
Ben Griffin $158,285
Tom Kim $158,285

T31. Cameron Young $116,000
Sam Ryder $116,000
Lee Hodges $116,000
Brian Harman $116,000
Scottie Scheffler $116,000
Eric Cole $116,000

T37. Sam Stevens $88,000
Brandon Wu $88,000
Taylor Montgomery $88,000
Jon Rahm $88,000
Adam Svensson $88,000
Byeong Hun An $88,000

T43. Keith Mitchell $64,133
Tom Hoge $64,133
Davis Riley $64,133
Tyrrell Hatton $64,133
Keegan Bradley $64,133
Brendon Todd $64,133

T49. Nick Hardy $50,533
Vincent Norrman $50,533
Aaron Rai $50,533

T52. Jason Day $46,400
Harris English $46,400
Hayden Buckley $46,400
Sam Burns $46,400
Patrick Rodgers $46,400
Kurt Kitayama $46,400

T58. Mackenzie Hughes $44,400
Rickie Fowler $44,400
Matt NeSmith $44,400

T61. Matt Kuchar $43,400
Thomas Detry $43,400

63. Sepp Straka $42,800

64. Tony Finau $42,400

65. Alex Smalley $42,000

T66. Wyndham Clark $40,800
Seamus Power $40,800
Matt Fitzpatrick $40,800
Mark Hubbard $40,800
Denny McCarthy $40,800

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