2024 Memorial Tournament money: Here’s how much every player made 

Scottie Scheffler

Scottie Scheffler hits his tee shot on Saturday on the 16th hole at Muirfield Village Golf Club.

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Adam Hadwin, a week ago, in his home country’s Canadian Open, didn’t cash. After rounds of 72 and 70, he missed the cut. 

But things weren’t all bad. 

He was also gifted something valuable. 

A round with a pull cart. 

He said last weekend he played Toronto Golf Club. No pressure. Just friends. Just pulling. 

“I think every one of us [Canadians] always loves when we get north of the border,” Hadwin said this week. “Some of the other guys spend a little bit more time up there than I do. I’m rarely up there anymore. So it’s always nice to kind of cross and be amongst other Canadians, and obviously we get really good support.

“Yeah, it sucks to not play well, especially up there. I mean it sucks to miss cuts, but missing a cut in Canada is definitely up there with some of the worst. I got to spend some time with my mom, just kind of chill out, played Toronto Golf Club on Saturday, just relaxed.

“I was joking with the guys that I used a push cart around. I hadn’t done that in years, get back to what the game used to be for us growing up, just slugging it around yourself, hitting shots, having fun, enjoying company. The game can wear on you sometimes, and I think that I can lose sight of that sometimes with the best of ’em.”

Was playing that round, just pushing the push cart, helpful?

“Yeah, I think so,” said Hadwin, who entered Sunday’s final round of the Memorial tied for second. “I struggle sometimes to do those rounds. If I don’t play well, I kind of wonder why I’m out here. But, yeah, I think just kind of get back to what I used to do as a junior and as a young amateur when the game was not my livelihood and not how I paid bills or anything like that. Just go out and enjoy some good company and hack it around and hopefully hit a few good shots and kind of just enjoy the experience again.”

With that, you can check out the complete payout breakdown for this week’s Memorial, played at Muirfield Village Golf Club. The total purse is $20 million.

How much every player made at the 2024 Memorial  

1. Scottie Scheffler $4 million

2. Collin Morikawa $2.2 million

3. Adam Hadwin $1.4 million

4. Christiaan Bezuidenhout $1 million

T5. Matt Fitzpatrick $766,666
Ludvig Aberg $766,666
Sepp Straka $766,666

T8. Hideki Matsuyama $579,000
Sungjae Im $579,000
Tony Finau $579,000
Xander Schauffele $579,000

T12. Nick Dunlap $430,333
Victor Perez $430,333
Sahith Theegala $430,333

T15. Billy Horschel $329,000
Sam Burns $329,000
Viktor Hovland $329,000
Si Woo Kim $329,000
Rory McIlroy $329,000

T20. Corey Conners $259,500
Tommy Fleetwood $259,500

T22. Alex Noren $200,200
Byeong Hun An $200,200
Akshay Bhatia $200,200
J.T. Poston $200,200
Max Homa $200,200

T27. Emiliano Grillo $143,500
Adam Svensson $143,500
Nick Taylor $143,500
Davis Thompson $143,500
Russell Henley $143,500
Seamus Power $143,500

T33. Taylor Pendrith $106,500
Justin Thomas $106,500
Matt Kuchar $106,500
Peter Malnati $106,500
Brian Harman $106,500
Jason Day $106,500

T39. Denny McCarthy $88,000
Austin Eckroat $88,000

T41. Thomas Detry $80,000
Will Zalatoris $80,000

T43. Tom Kim $72,000
Keegan Bradley $72,000

T45. Tom Hoge $60,500
Lee Hodges $60,500
Andrew Putnam $60,500
Eric Cole $60,500

49. Shane Lowry $54,000

T50. Cameron Young $51,500
Cam Davis $51,500

52. Jackson Koivun (amateur)

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