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How much each player won at the 2022 WM Phoenix Open



Scottie Scheffler edged out Patrick Cantlay in dramatic fashion on Sunday afternoon after a wild weekend at TPC Scottsdale. The Texan made a lengthy birdie putt on the second playoff hole to capture his first win on Tour, and amongst the perks is the winner’s check for $1,476,000.

Cantlay’s putter deserted him down the stretch, but the 29-year-old’s solo-runner up finish was enough to cash him a check for a cool $893,800.

With a total prize purse of $8.2 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2022 WM Phoenix Open.

1: Scottie Scheffler, -16, $1,476,000P-2: Patrick Cantlay, -16, $893,800

T-3: Sahith Theegala, -15, $434,600

T-3: Brooks Koepka, -15, $434,600

T-3: Xander Schauffele, -15, $434,600

T-6: Alex Noren, -14, $287,000

T-6: Billy Horschel, -14, $287,000

T-8: Justin Thomas, -13, $248,050

T-8: Hideki Matsuyama, -13, $248,050

T-10: Jon Rahm, -12, $198,850

T-10: Keith Mitchell, -12, $198,850

T-10: Patton Kizzire, -12, $198,850

T-10: Matt Fitzpatrick, -12, $198,850

T-14: Martin Laird, -11, $133,250

T-14: Brian Harman, -11, $133,250

T-14: Chris Kirk, -11, $133,250

T-14: Bubba Watson, -11, $133,250

T-14: Louis Oosthuizen, -11, $133,250

T-14: Tom Hoge, -11, $133,250

T-14: Max Homa, -11, $133,250

T-21: Garrick Higgo, -10, $96,350

T-21: Scott Stallings, -10, $96,350

T-23: Sebastián Muñoz, -9, $79,130

T-23: J.T. Poston, -9, $79,130

T-23: Sam Ryder, -9, $79,130

T-26: Keegan Bradley, -8, $58,630

T-26: Talor Gooch, -8, $58,630

T-26: Adam Hadwin, -8, $58,630

T-26: Sung Kang, -8, $58,630

T-26: Si Woo Kim, -8, $58,630

T-26: Brendon Todd, -8, $58,630

T-26: Cameron Young, -8, $58,630

T-33: Russell Henley, -7, $45,715

T-33: Russell Knox, -7, $45,715

T-33: Carlos Ortiz, -7, $45,715

T-33: Rory Sabbatini, -7, $45,715

37: Lucas Glover, -6, $40,590

T-38: Corey Conners, -5, $35,670

T-38: Kevin Kisner, -5, $35,670

T-38: K.H. Lee, -5, $35,670

T-38: Troy Merritt, -5, $35,670

T-38: Adam Scott, -5, $35,670

T-43: Kevin Chappell, -4, $26,704.67

T-43: Stewart Cink, -4, $26,704.67

T-43: Zach Johnson, -4, $26,704.67

T-43: Martin Trainer, -4, $26,704.67

T-43: Abraham Ancer, -4, $26,704.66

T-43: Francesco Molinari, -4, $26,704.66

T-49: Doug Ghim, -3, $20,869

T-49: Branden Grace, -3, $20,869

T-49: Harry Higgs, -3, $20,869

T-49: Ryan Moore, -3, $20,869

T-53: Joseph Bramlett, -2, $19,302.80

T-53: Brice Garnett, -2, $19,302.80

T-53: Kramer Hickok, -2, $19,302.80

T-53: Luke List, -2, $19,302.80

T-53: Kevin Tway, -2, $19,302.80

T-58: Matt Jones, -1, $18,696

T-58: Brian Stuard, -1, $18,696

T-60: Jordan Spieth, E, $18,368

T-60: Hudson Swafford, E, $18,368

T-62: Joel Dahmen, +1, $18,040

T-62: Stephan Jaeger, + 1, $18,040

64: Austin Eckroat, + 2, $17,794

65: Peter Malnati, +3, $17,630

66: Sepp Straka, +7, $17,466

67: Charley Hoffman, +9, $17,302

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