2024 Pebble Beach Pro-Am money: Here’s how much every player made 

Wyndham Clark

Wyndham Clark hits his second shot on Saturday on the 18th hole at Pebble Beach.

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Let’s talk money. Fitting, right? Look at the headline above. Seems to be a hot topic, too.  

Remember how this Pebble Beach Pro-Am week started? The PGA Tour and a gang named the Strategic Sports Group shook hands over a funding deal, and suddenly the Tour could clean everyone’s golf clubs with hundreds if they so chose. Over a billion bucks was in play. 

That’s a lot of money. It’s a lot to think about. Players were asked about it. But maybe no one more interestingly than Collin Morikawa.

It started when he was asked what he’d think if the money in golf never budged over the next 10 years. And whether that would concern him. 

“From the purses now or the purses that we had,” he asked.

“The purses now.”

“I mean, yeah,” he said, “if inflation goes up really high, I’ll be worried.” 

“Say we see a two percent like the Fed wants.”

“Never happens.”

Then he went deep. 

“I mean, look, we’re playing for a lot of money this week. I don’t know what the final purse is or what the winner makes, but there’s a lot of money up for grabs and you can make a very great living. I think so many — there’s a bunch of guys that made over $10 million on the course last year and a lot of guys that made over 5 million on the course. Like that’s a lot of money. The way sports are going right now, they’re on the uphill, they’re on the climb, right? Football’s obviously the biggest. 

“I think at the end of the day if we keep getting more eyeballs on golf — and that’s the biggest hurdle that we have to accomplish: how do we get more eyeballs on golf — I would hope to expect that more money’s pushed into this. But at this point right now where we’re at, it’s a lot of money that we’re playing for and I’m very thankful to be doing that, but I also see that we need more people to be interested in golf. We need to make golf more intriguing to the viewers. How do we make broadcasting more approachable, how do we see more golf shots at the end of the day, right? I turn on golf on a Thursday if I play early, I turn it on and I see three golf shots and I question why. The reason why other sports are — people pay attention is because people see more, you can probably bet more. 

“People like betting when you can watch it live, not watch it on ShotTracer.”

At the least, it’s something to snack on in the days and weeks ahead. 

With that, here is a complete list of the 2024 Pebble Beach Pro-Am payouts for all 80 players. The total purse is $20 million. 

How much every player made at the 2024 Pebble Beach Pro-Am 

1. Wyndham Clark $3.6 million

2. Ludvig Aberg $2.16 million

3. Matthieu Pavon $1.36 million

T4. Mark Hubbard $877,500
Thomas Detry $877,500

T6. Jason Day $642,000
Tom Hoge $642,000
Justin Thomas $642,000
Scottie Scheffler $642,000

10. Sam Burns $535,000

T11. Justin Rose $455,000
Keegan Bradley $455,000
Patrick Cantlay $455,000

T14. Eric Cole $322,500
Si Woo Kim $322,500
Peter Malnati $322,500
Collin Morikawa $322,500
Beau Hossler $322,500
Emiliano Grillo $322,500

T20. Adam Scott $210,333
Christiaan Bezuidenhout $210,333
Erik van Rooyen $210,333
Cam Davis $210,333
Sahith Theegala $210,333
J.T. Poston $210,333

T26. Chris Kirk $143,800
Sepp Straka $143,800
Luke List $143,800
Alex Noren $143,800
Denny McCarthy $143,800

T31. Seamus Power $106,625
Tommy Fleetwood $106,625
S.H. Kim $106,625
Corey Conners $106,625
Byeong Hun An $106,625
Nicolai Hojgaard $106,625
Tom Kim $106,625
Sam Ryder $106,625

T39. Adam Hadwin $70,125
Jordan Spieth $70,125
Taylor Montgomery $70,125
Andrew Putnam $70,125
Maverick McNealy $70,125
Webb Simpson $70,125
Matt Kuchar $70,125
Kurt Kitayama $70,125

T47. Taylor Moore $48,857
Adam Svensson $48,857
Brandon Wu $48,857
Nick Hardy $48,857
Tony Finau $48,857
Rickie Fowler $48,857
Adam Schenk $48,857

T54. Keith Mitchell $42,500
Brian Harman $42,500
Xander Schauffele $42,500
J.J. Spaun $42,500

T58. Kevin Yu $38,250
Ben Griffin $38,250
Viktor Hovland $38,250
Brendon Todd $38,250
Russell Henley $38,250
Lee Hodges $38,250
Matt Fitzpatrick $38,250
Lucas Glover $38,250

T66. Grayson Murray $35,312
Max Homa $35,312
Rory McIlroy $35,312
Sungjae Im $35,312

70. Cameron Young $34,500

T71. Hideki Matsuyama $33,875
Mackenzie Hughes $33,875
Stephan Jaeger $33,875
Nick Taylor $33,875

75. Alex Smalley $33,250

76. Harris English $33,000

77. Hayden Buckley $32,750

78. Davis Riley $32,500

79. Patrick Rodgers $32,250

80. Nick Dunlap $32,000

Nick Piastowski

Nick Piastowski

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