Here’s how much every golfer won at the PGA Championship

Collin Morikawa gets a massive check to go with his giant trophy.

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The total purse and payout breakdown for the 2020 PGA Championship has been released, and the winner is going to go home with one giant paycheck.

The winner of the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park receives $1.98 million, the same total Brooks Koepka earned for winning the 2019 PGA Championship at Bethpage Black. The total purse of $11 million is the same as last year too.

The second-place finisher at TPC Harding Park also easily clears seven figures, taking home a check of $1.188 million. Third place receives $748,000, fourth gets $528,000, and fifth takes home $450,500.

The payout breakdown for every finisher is below. The PGA Championship winner also receives a lifetime exemption in the event, a five-year exemption on the PGA Tour, a seven-year exemption on the European Tour, and five-year exemptions into the Masters, British Open and U.S. Open. But it’s hard to beat that $1.98 million first-place check.

PGA Championship money: Total purse, payout breakdown

1 Collin Morikawa $1,980,000.00
T2 Paul Casey $968,000.00
T2 Dustin Johnson $968,000.00
T4 Matthew Wolff $404,350.00
T4 Jason Day $404,350.00
T4 Bryson DeChambeau $404,350.00
T4 Tony Finau $404,350.00
T4 Scottie Scheffler $404,350.00
9 Justin Rose $295,600.00
T10 Xander Schauffele $252,123.33
T10 Joel Dahmen $252,123.33
T10 Cameron Champ $252,123.33
T13 Patrick Reed $192,207.50
T13 Jon Rahm $192,207.50
T13 Si Woo Kim $192,207.50
T13 Daniel Berger $192,207.50
T17 Brendon Todd $156,500.00
T17 Haotong Li $156,500.00
T19 Harris English $134,000.00
T19 Kevin Kisner $134,000.00
T19 Lanto Griffin $134,000.00
T22 Byeong Hun An $94,571.42
T22 Brendan Steele $94,571.42
T22 Alex Noren $94,571.42
T22 Adam Scott $94,571.42
T22 Victor Perez $94,571.42
T22 Ian Poulter $94,571.42
T22 Hideki Matsuyama $94,571.42
T29 Doc Redman $69,500.00
T29 Harold Varner III $69,500.00
T29 Tommy Fleetwood $69,500.00
T29 Brooks Koepka $69,500.00
T33 Viktor Hovland $57,500.00
T33 Louis Oosthuizen $57,500.00
T33 Rory McIlroy $57,500.00
T33 Dylan Fritelli $57,500.00
T37 Tiger Woods $45,000.00
T37 Russell Henley $45,000.00
T37 Bud Cauley $45,000.00
T37 Nate Lashley $45,000.00
T37 Justin Thomas $45,000.00
T37 Webb Simpson $45,000.00
T43 Ryan Palmer $31,593.75
T43 Billy Horschel $31,593.75
T43 Abraham Ancer $31,593.75
T43 Cameron Smith $31,593.75
T43 Keith Mitchell $31,593.75
T43 Patrick Cantlay $31,593.75
T43 Bernd Wiesberger $31,593.75
T43 Mike Lorenzo-Vera $31,593.75
T51 Erik Van Rooyen 281 $24,000.00
T51 Adam Long $24,000.00
T51 Joost Luiten $24,000.00
T51 Luke List $24,000.00
T51 Mark Hubbard $24,000.00
T51 Brandt Snedeker $24,000.00
T51 Kurt Kitayama $24,000.00
T58 Kevin Streelman $21,337.50
T58 Gary Woodland $21,337.50
T58 Tom Hoge $21,337.50
T58 Brian Harman $21,337.50
T58 Mackenzie Hughes $21,337.50
T58 Denny McCarthy $21,337.50
T58 Adam Hadwin $21,337.50
T58 Charl Schwarzes $21,337.50
T66 Robert MacIntyre $20,000.00
T66 Rory Sabbatini $20,000.00
T66 Sepp Straka $20,000.00
T66 Emiliano Grillo $20,000.00
T66 Shane Lowry $20,000.00
T71 Jordan Spieth $19,350.00
T71 Danny Lee $19,350.00
T71 Bubba Watson $19,350.00
T71 Phil Mickelson $19,350.00
T75 Chez Reavie $19,050.00
T75 J.T. Poston $19,050.00
T77 Matt Wallace $18,850.00
T77 Jim Herman $18,850.00
79 Sung Kang $18,700.00

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