2023 RBC Heritage money: Here’s how much every player made at Harbour Town

Patrick Cantlay hits a shot out of a bunker on Saturday on the 5th hole at Harbour Town Golf Links.

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Why play?

The question had been posed a few times to Jon Rahm this weekend. It was OK to at least wonder. He had won the Masters last week. He was exhausted. Likely no one would have blinked had he chosen to withdraw from this week’s RBC Heritage

Except maybe him. 

“It’s my job, right?” Rahm said Friday. “… People pay their hard-earned money to watch me perform. It’s my job to perform. They don’t care if I slept good or bad, I feel good or bad. It doesn’t matter. As a competitor, I’m not ducking anything, in that sense. I’m going to go out and try to shoot low.

“… My intention is to try my hardest, and that was it.”

That being said … 

Three point six mill to the winner ain’t bad either. 

You can find a complete list of the 2023 RBC Heritage payouts for each player below. In all, players were playing for a $20 million purse. 

How much every player made at the 2023 RBC Heritage 

1. Matt Fitzpatrick $3.6 million

2. Jordan Spieth $2.18 million

3. Patrick Cantlay $1.38 million

4. Xander Schauffele $980,000

T5. Sahith Theegala $772,500
Hayden Buckley $772,500

T7. Brian Harman $607,500
Sungjae Im $607,500
Emiliano Grillo $607,500
Cam Davis $607,500

T11. Scottie Scheffler $445,000
Chez Reavie $445,000
Taylor Moore $445,000
Mark Hubbard $445,000

T15. Sam Burns $335,000
Jon Rahm $335,000
Rickie Fowler $335,000
Tommy Fleetwood $335,000

T19. Christiaan Bezuidenhout $237,000
Tyrrell Hatton $237,000
Carson Young $237,000
Patrick Rodgers $237,000
Russell Henley $237,000
Matt Kuchar $237,000

T25. Justin Thomas $160,500
Denny McCarthy $160,500
Justin Rose $160,500
Jimmy Walker $160,500

T29. Wyndham Clark $140,000
Michael Thompson $140,000

T31. Beau Hossler $107,400
Adam Schenk $107,400
Tony Finau $107,400
Nate Lashley $107,400
Ben Griffin $107,400
Gary Woodland $107,400
Collin Morikawa $107,400
Adam Scott $107,400
Corey Conners $107,400
Patton Kizzire $107,400

T41. James Hahn $71,000
K.H. Lee $71,000
Ben Martin $71,000
Adam Svensson $71,000
Nick Taylor $71,000
Chris Kirk $71,000
Lee Hodges $71,000

T48. Garrick Higgo $53,400
Aaron Rai $53,400
Keegan Bradley $53,400

T51. Kevin Streelman $49,133
Cameron Young $49,133
Brendon Todd $49,133

T54. Zach Johnson $47,200
Doug Ghim $47,200

T56. Danny Willett $46,200
Ernie Els $46,200
Scott Stallings $46,200

T59. Matthew NeSmith $44,800
Viktor Hovland $44,800
Andrew Putnam $44,800
Adam Long $44,800

T63. Harris English $43,200
Max McGreevy $43,200
Lucas Herbert $43,200
Davis Thompson $43,200

67. Luke Donald $41,600
Jim Herman $41,600
Shane Lowry $41,600
Austin Smotherman $41,600

71. Justin Lower $40,600

72. Kramer Hickok $40,200

73. Justin Suh $39,800

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