2023 Genesis money: Here’s how much money every player made at the Genesis

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Adam Scott has been around a while now, but even he notices. Ahead of this week’s Genesis Invitational, he was asked about the event’s newly granted designated status and whether things felt “different,” and he said they hadn’t.  

But $20 mill? That jumps off the page. 

“I think this particular tournament had some elevated status already — the three invitationals were held in high regard by the players, but also by the bigger exemptions and things like that,” Scott said. “So this tournament, the last several years, has certainly had that elevated feel about it. 

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“Now it’s obviously designated and has a bigger purse as well, so I mean, it’s good to be here this week, yes.”

He then smiled. That was understandable. 

As the third designated event of the PGA Tour’s season — following the season-opening Tournament of Champions and last week’s WM Phoenix Open — the purse is elevated. The 68 players who made the cut in Los Angeles will split a $20 million pot, with the winner bringing home $3.6 million. 

Last year? The purse was $12 million, with the champion, Joaquin Niemann, earning $2.16 million. 

You can find a complete list of the 2023 Genesis Invitational payouts for each player below.

How much every player made at the 2023 Genesis Invitational 

1. Jon Rahm $3.6 million

2. Max Homa $2.18 million

3. Patrick Cantlay $1.38 million

4. Will Zalatoris $980,000

5. Keith Mitchell $820,000

T6. Sahith Theegala $700,000
Collin Morikawa $700,000

8. Matt Kuchar $625,000

T9. Jason Day $545,000
Gary Woodland $545,000
Adam Svensson $545,000

T12. Harris English $445,000
Scottie Scheffler $445,000

T14. Shane Lowry $355,000
Seamus Power $355,000
Denny McCarthy $355,000
Tom Hoge $355,000

T18. Danny Willett $295,000
Lee Hodges $295,000

T20. Sam Ryder $197,666
Justin Thomas $197,666
Viktor Hovland $197,666
Tony Finau $197,666
Cameron Young $197,666
Tommy Fleetwood $197,666
Nate Lashley $197,666
Peter Malnati $197,666
Rickie Fowler $197,666

T29. Kramer Hickok $134,000
Rory McIlroy $134,000
Aaron Rai $134,000
Luke List $134,000

T33. Tyler Duncan $104,428
Thomas Detry $104,428
Wyndham Clark $104,428
S.H. Kim $104,428
Nick Taylor $104,428
J.J. Spaun $104,428
Xander Schauffele $104,428

T40. Tyrrell Hatton $79,000
Luke Donald $79,000
Kevin Tway $79,000
Stephan Jaeger $79,000
Justin Suh $79,000

T45. Sepp Straka $59,560
Adrian Meronk $59,560
Tiger Woods $59,560
Tom Kim $59,560
Michael Thompson $59,560

T50. Adam Schenk $48,866
Kevin Streelman $48,866
Adam Long $48,866
Scott Piercy $48,866
Mackenzie Hughes $48,866
Matthias Schwab $48,866

T56. Jhonattan Vegas $46,400
Sungjae Im $46,400

T58. Lucas Herbert $45,400
Ben Taylor $45,400
Christiaan Bezuidenhout $45,400

61. Corey Conners $44,600

T62. Doug Ghim $43,800
Trey Mullinax $43,800
David Lipsky $43,800

65. Adam Scott $43,000

66. Adam Hadwin $42,600

T67. J.B. Holmes $42,000
Emiliano Grillo $42,000

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