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How much each player won at the 2022 Genesis Invitational



Joaquin Niemann produced a masterclass at the Genesis Open, going wire-to-wire to secure his second win on Tour, and with it the winner’s check for $2,160,000.

Collin Morikawa made a stunning Sunday charge to put the Chilean under pressure but ultimately it was not enough. His final round 65 did secure him a share of second place alongside Cameron Young, with both men taking home $1,068,000 for their week’s work at Riviera.

With a total prize purse of $12 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player won at the 2022 Genesis Invitational.

1: Joaquin Niemann, 265/-19, $2,160,000

T-2: Collin Morikawa, 267/-17, $1,068,000

T-2: Cameron Young, 267/-17, $1,068,000

T-4: Viktor Hovland, 270/-14, $540,000

T-4: Adam Scott, 270/-14, $540,000

6: Justin Thomas, 271/-13, $435,000

T-7: Maverick McNealy, 272/-12, $390,000

T-7: Scottie Scheffler, 272/-12, $390,000

9: C.T. Pan, 273/-11, $351,000

T-10: Max Homa, 274/-10, $303,000

T-10: Rory McIlroy, 274/-10, $303,000

T-10: Chez Reavie, 274/-10, $303,000

T-13: Xander Schauffele, 275/-9, $243,000

T-13: Cameron Tringale, 275/-9, $243,000

T-15: Paul Casey, 276/-8, $189,000

T-15: Matt Jones, 276/-8, $189,000

T-15: Marc Leishman, 276/-8, $189,000

T-15: Robert MacIntyre, 276/-8, $189,000

T-15: Mito Pereira, 276/-8, $189,000

T-15: Sepp Straka, 276/-8, $189,000

T-21: Emiliano Grillo, 277/-7, $125,880

T-21: Danny Lee, 277/-7, $125,880

T-21: Taylor Moore, 277/-7, $125,880

T-21: Sebastián Muñoz, 277/-7, $125,880

T-21: Jon Rahm, 277/-7, $125,880

T-26: Dylan Frittelli, 278/-6, $85,800

T-26: Jason Kokrak, 278/-6, $85,800

T-26: K.H. Lee, 278/-6, $85,800

T-26: Peter Malnati, 278/-6, $85,800

T-26: Sam Ryder, 278/-6, $85,800

T-26: Jordan Spieth, 278/-6, $85,800

T-26: Will Zalatoris, 278/-6, $85,800

T-33: Patrick Cantlay, 279/-5, $64,000

T-33: Tony Finau, 279/-5, $64,000

T-33: Russell Henley, 279/-5, $64,000

T-33: Sungjae Im, 279/-5, $64,000

T-33: Russell Knox, 279/-5, $64,000

T-33: Cameron Smith, 279/-5, $64,000

T-39: Abraham Ancer, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Sergio Garcia, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Lanto Griffin, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Lee Hodges, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Martin Laird, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Hideki Matsuyama, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Carlos Ortiz, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Pat Perez, 280/-4, $45,000

T-39: Erik van Rooyen, 280/-4, $45,000

T-48: Keegan Bradley, 281/-3, $30,428.58

T-48: Cam Davis, 281/-3, $30,428.57

T-48: Beau Hossler, 281/-3, $30,428.57

T-48: Alex Noren, 281/-3, $30,428.57

T-48: Andrew Putnam, 281/-3, $30,428.57

T-48: Sahith Theegala, 281/-3, $30,428.57

T-48: Kevin Tway, 281/-3, $30,428.57

T-55: Rickie Fowler, 282/-2, $27,600

T-55: Harry Higgs, 282/-2, $27,600

T-55: Francesco Molinari, 282/-2, $27,600

T-55: Matthew NeSmith, 282/-2, $27,600

T-55: Jhonattan Vegas, 282/-2, $27,600

T-55: Nick Watney, 282/-2, $27,600

T-61: James Hahn, 283/-1, $26,160

T-61: Patton Kizzire, 283/-1, $26,160

T-61: Scott Piercy, 283/-1, $26,160

T-61: Aaron Rai, 283/-1, $26,160

T-61: Doc Redman, 283/-1, $26,160

T-61: Brian Stuard, 283/-1, $26,160

T-67: Cameron Champ, 284/E, $24,960

T-67: Matt Kuchar, 284/E, $24,960

T-67: Hank Lebioda, 284/E, $24,960

T-67: Aaron Wise, 284/E, $24,960

71: Charley Hoffman, 285/+1, $24,360

72: Alex Smalley, 286/+2, $24,120

73: Si Woo Kim, 287/+3, $23,880

74: Joel Dahmen, 288/+4, $23,640

75: Adam Long, 290/+6, $23,400

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