2021 Valero Texas Open purse: Payout information and winner’s share

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Jordan Spieth is lurking near the top of the leaderboard heading into Sunday.

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It’s Sunday at the Valero Texas Open, and we’ve got a packed leaderboard featuring a handful of big names. Below is everything you need to know about the tournament money, including purse.

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Jordan Spieth, Jordan Spieth, where art thou, Jordan Spieth? Apparently, on the cusp of re-entering the winner’s circle for the first time in nearly four years. The 27-year-old three-time major champion holds a one-stroke lead in the final round of play at the Valero Texas Open. Of course, it’ll only be fitting should Spieth’s grand return come at an event held the week before the Masters, where his game first showed cracks in 2016. It only helps the case that Spieth is playing back in his home state in San Antonio, just a few hours from his Dallas home. Spieth has flirted with contention on several occasions this year, notching top-5 finishes in a series of events and even briefly surging into the lead. Still, that elusive first win has escaped him on Sunday.

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At the turn on Sunday, it appears to be a three-man race for the tournament between Spieth, Charley Hoffman (who appears to be getting his game primed for an early Masters charge once again) and Matt Wallace. Spieth (-14) holds a one stroke lead over Hoffman (-13) and a two-stroke lead over Wallace (-12) with roughly 11 holes to play. The remainder of the field remains five or more strokes back.

Below is the payout information, including winner’s share, for the Valero Texas Open’s $7.7 million purse; you can catch the action all afternoon on NBC.

Valero Texas Open payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,386,000

2. $839,300

3. $531,300

4. $377,300

5. $315,700

6. $279,125

7. $259,875

8. $240,625

9. $225,225

10. $209,825

11. $194,425

12. $179,025

13. $163,625

14. $148,225

15. $140,525

16. $132,825

17. $125,125

18. $117,425

19. $109,725

20. $102,025

21. $94,325

22. $86,625

23. $80,465

24. $74,305

25. $68,145

26. $61,985

27. $59,675

28. $57,365

29. $55,055

30. $52,745

31. $50,435

32. $48,125

33. $45,815

34. $43,890

35. $41,965

36. $40,040

37. $38,115

38. $36,575

39. $35,035

40. $33,495

41. $31,955

42. $30,415

43. $28,875

44. $27,335

45. $25,795

46. $24,255

47. $22,715

48. $21,483

49. $20,405

50. $19,789

51. $19,327

52. $18,865

53. $18,557

54. $18,249

55. $18,095

56. $17,941

57. $17,787

58. $17,633

59. $17,479

60. $17,325

61. $17,171

62. $17,017

63. $16,863

64. $16,709

65. $16,555

James Colgan

Golf.com Editor

James Colgan is an assistant editor at GOLF, contributing stories for the website and magazine on a broad range of topics. He writes the Hot Mic, GOLF’s weekly media column, and utilizes his broadcast experience across the brand’s social media and video platforms. A 2019 graduate of Syracuse University, James — and evidently, his golf game — is still defrosting from four years in the snow, during which time he cut his teeth at NFL Films, CBS News and Fox Sports. Prior to joining GOLF, James was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from.