U.S. Open 2022: Here’s how much money every player made at The Country Club

Matt Fitzpatrick U.S. Open trophy

The player who lifts the U.S. Open trophy on Sunday will also come away with a $3.15 million winner's check.

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After a fresh influx of $5 million, the U.S. Open purse is now the richest in the championship’s history, with $17.5 million up for grabs.

That means this year’s U.S. Open champion at The Country Club will surpass the payout received by 2021 champion Jon Rahm, who pocketed $2.25 million for his win at Torrey Pines, by a whopping $900,000, with a $3.15 million payday. The runner-up will receive a cool $1.89 million, and third place will clear seven figures too, with a payout of $1.22 million.

Even the players who missed the cut (of which there were 92) receive a payout of $10,000 each. So how much did the rest of the players in the field come away with this year? You can find a complete list of the 2022 U.S. Open payout for each player below.

How much money every player made at the U.S. Open

1. Matthew Fitzpatrick, $3.15 million

T2. Scottie Scheffler
Will Zalatoris, $1,557,687

4. Hideki Matsuyama $859,032

T5. Collin Morikawa
Rory McIlroy, $674,953

T7. Denny McCarthy
Adam Hadwin
Keegan Bradley, $515,934

T10. Gary Woodland
Joel Dahmen, $407,220

T12. Gary Woodland
Jon Rahm, $347,058

T14. Guido Migliozzi
Xander Schauffele
Marc Leishman
Adam Scott
Cameron Tringale
Patrick Cantlay
Sebastián Muñoz
Hayden Buckley
Nick Hardy, $241,302

23. Joohyung Kim, $171,732

T24. Mackenzie Hughes
Adam Schenk
Dustin Johnson, $150,849

T27. Thomas Pieters
Min Woo Lee
Aaron Wise
Sam Burns, $127,002

T31. MJ Daffue
Callum Tarren
Todd Sinnott
Andrew Putnam
Patrick Rodgers
Davis Riley, $100,331

T37. K.H. Lee
Justin Rose
Joseph Bramlett
Justin Thomas
Jordan Spieth
Matthew NeSmith, $75,916

T43. Chris Gotterup
(a) Travis Vick
Richard Bland
Brian Harman, $59,332

T47. Joaquin Niemann
Max Homa, $50,672

T49. (a) Sam Bennett
Patrick Reed
Sam Stevens
David Lingmerth, $44,038

T53. Sebastian Söderberg
Beau Hossler, $40,630

55. Brooks Koepka, $39,432

T56. Wil Besseling
Chris Naegel
Tyrrell Hatton
Bryson DeChambeau, $38,511

60. Brandon Matthews, $37,589

T61. Harris English
(a) Austin Greaser, $37,221

63. Grayson Murray, $36,843

64. (a) Stewart Hagestad, $0

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