2023 Players Championship money: Here’s how much every player made 

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Scottie Scheffler hits his tee shot on Sunday on the 3rd hole at TPC Sawgrass.

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From down a few hundred bucks. To up nearly a mill and a half. The weekend was healthy for Tom Hoge

Golf is funny like that. To recap his Players Championship swing:

— On Thursday at TPC Sawgrass, Hoge shot a six-over 78. He double-bogeyed a third of his holes on his second nine. He booked a flight home.

— On Friday, he was better — four-under 68 — but he was around the cutline.

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— Play was suspended on Friday due to a storm. Hoge canceled the flight and booked another. 

— On Saturday, Hoge watched the rest of the second round.  Hoge made the cut on the number. He canceled the second flight. 

— Hoge went hog wild. Starting on the back nine, he birdied 10 holes — 11, 12, 15, 16, 18, 2, 3, 4, 8 and 9. He bogeyed no holes. He shot a Sawgrass-record 62. 

— On Sunday, he shot two-over 70.

— He cashed for $1.475 million. 


You can find a complete list of the 2023 Players Championship payouts for each player below. In all, players were playing for a $25 million purse. 

How much every player made at the 2023 Players Championship 

1. Scottie Scheffler $4.5 millon

2. Tyrrell Hatton $2.725 million

T3. Viktor Hovland $1.475 million
Tom Hoge $1.475 million

5. Hideki Matsuyama $1.025 million

T6. Max Homa $736,607
Justin Suh $736,607
Justin Rose $736,607
David Lingmerth $736,607
Sungjae Im $736,607
Cam Davis $736,607
Min Woo Lee $736,607

T13. Collin Morikawa $447,916
Adam Svensson $447,916
Adam Hadwin $447,916
Rickie Fowler $447,916
Denny McCarthy $447,916
Christiaan Bezuidenhout $447,916

T19. Xander Schauffele $275,000
Russell Henley $275,000
Tony Finau $275,000
Brandon Wu $275,000
Jason Day $275,000
Patrick Cantlay $275,000
Jordan Spieth $275,000
Aaron Rai $275,000

T27. Eric Cole $167,656
Brendon Todd $167,656
Danny Willett $167,656
Ryan Fox $167,656
Wyndham Clark $167,656
Si Woo Kim $167,656
Chad Ramey $167,656
Tommy Fleetwood $167,656

T35. Shane Lowry $114,166
Keith Mitchell $114,166
Austin Smotherman $114,166
Sam Burns $114,166
Mark Hubbard $114,166
Ben An $114,166
Ben Griffin $114,166
Taylor Moore $114,166
Dylan Wu $114,166

T44. Chesson Hadley $75,035
Stephan Jaeger $75,035
Sam Ryder $75,035
Brian Harman $75,035
Kramer Hickok $75,035
Garrick Higgo $75,035
Taylor Montgomery $75,035

T51. Tom Kim $61,416
Lucas Glover $61,416
Cameron Young $61,416

T54. Ben Martin $58,000
Matthias Schwab $58,000
Jerry Kelly $58,000
Will Gordon $58,000
Gary Woodland $58,000
Tyler Duncan $58,000

T60. Justin Thomas $55,250
Joel Dahmen $55,250
Maverick McNealy $55,250
Nate Lashley $55,250
Francesco Molinari $55,250

T65. Sepp Straka $53,250
Patton Kizzire $53,250
Alex Smalley $53,250

68. Davis Thompson $52,250

T69. Scott Stallings $51,500
Taylor Pendrith $51,500

71. Adam Scott $50,750

72. Aaron Baddeley $50,250

73. Will Zalatoris $49,750

74. Sahith Theegala $49,250

75. Kevin Kisner $48,750

Nick Piastowski

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