2022 Fortinet Championship purse: Payout info, winner’s share in Napa

Max Homa is looking to defend his title from a year ago in Napa.

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Can you believe we’ve already made it to the first Sunday of the new PGA Tour season? Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money for the first event of the PGA Tour’s 2022-23 season at the Fortinet Championship.

Fortinet Championship final round preview

On the strength of an impressive opening round 63, second-year PGA Tour pro Justin Lower starts the final round of the Fortinet Championship with a one shot lead at 13-under-par. You may remember Lower from his emotional press conference after the final round of the Wyndham Championship when he 3-putted the 72nd green to seemingly lose his tour card. However, Lower moved up the eligibility list thanks to LIV Golf defections after the Tour Championship and retained his status for this season.

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Just a stroke back is defending champion Max Homa. Homa is coming off a tied for fifth finish at the Tour Championship in his first appearance.

Also tied for second with Homa going into the final round is 2016 Masters Champion Danny Willet, who is looking for his first PGA Tour victory since his triumph at Augusta National.

Below, find everything you need to know about that money, including payout information and winner’s share; you can catch the action from 6-9 p.m. ET on Golf Channel, but on tape delay due to tee times being moved up because of weather. Live coverage can be streamed on GolfChannel.com from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m..

Fortinet Championship payout info, winner’s share

1. $1,440,000
2. $872,000 
3. $552,000 
4. $392,000 
5. $328,000 
6. $290,000
7. $270,000
8. $250,000
9. $234,000
10. $218,000
11. $202,000
12. $186,000
13. $170,000
14. $154,000
15. $146,000
16. $138,000
17. $130,000
18. $122,000
19. $114,000
20. $106,000
21. $98,000 
22. $90,000
23. $83,600
24. $77,200
25. $70,800
26. $64,400
27. $62,000
28. $59,600
29. $57,200
30. $54,800
31. $52,400
32. $50,000
33. $47,600
34. $45,600
35. $43,600
36. $41,600
37. $39,600
38. $38,000
39. $36,400
40. $34,800
41. $33,200
42. $31,600
43. $30,000
44. $28,400
45. $26,800
46. $25,200
47. $23,600
48. $22,320
49. $21,200
50. $20,560
51. $20,080
52. $19,600
53. $19,280
54. $18,960
55. $18,800
56. $18,640
57. $18,480
58. $18,320
59. $18,160
60. $18,000
61. $17,840
62. $17,680
63. $17,520
64. $17360
65. $17,200
66. $17,040
67. $16,880
68. $16,720
69. $16,560
70. $16,400
71. $16,240
72. $16,080
73. $15,840

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