News & Tours

How much money every golfer won at the 2018 Players Championship

Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

By Ryan Herrington
Webb Simpson was the big winner at TPC Sawgrass, taking the 2018 Players Championship title and winning the largest first prize on the PGA Tour. Simpson shot a closing 73, but still won the title by four strokes. In the process, he took home a $1.98 million check as he won his first tour title since 2013 and the fifth of his career.

How much money did everyone in the field at TPC Sawgrass earn? Here’s a breakdown for all those who made the cut.

Win: Webb Simpson, $1,980,000.00

T2: Charl Schwartzel, $821,333.34

T2: Xander Schauffele, $821,333.33

T2: Jimmy Walker, $821,333.33

T5: Jason Day, $418,000.00

T5: Jason Dufner, $418,000.00

T7: Keegan Bradley, $331,375.00

T7: Tommy Fleetwood, $331,375.00

T7: Danny Lee, $331,375.00

T7: Harold Varner III, $331,375.00

T11: Chesson Hadley, $225,500.00

T11: Brooks Koepka, $225,500.00

T11: Ian Poulter, $225,500.00

T11: Adam Scott, $225,500.00

T11: Justin Thomas, $225,500.00

T11: Tiger Woods, $225,500.00

T17: Rafa Cabrera Bello, $148,866.67

T17: Charles Howell III, $148,866.67

T17: Jamie Lovemark, $148,866.67

T17: Alex Noren, $148,866.67

T17: Dustin Johnson, $148,866.66

T17: Matt Kuchar, $148,866.66

Related: Jason Dufner’s Sunday 18th hole three-putt costs him … $770K

T23: Scott Brown, $92,714.29

T23: Ryan Palmer, $92,714.29

T23: Justin Rose, $92,714.29

T23: Steve Stricker, $92,714.29

T23: Patrick Cantlay, $92,714.28

T23: Henrik Stenson, $92,714.28

T23: Richy Werenski, $92,714.28

T30: Byeong Hun An, $65,371.43

T30: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, $65,371.43

T30: Cody Gribble, $65,371.43

T30: Ryan Moore, $65,371.43

T30: Chez Reavie, $65,371.43

T30: Rory Sabbatini, $65,371.43

T30: Grayson Murray, $65,371.42

T37: Bryson DeChambeau, $50,600.00

T37: Emiliano Grillo, $50,600.00

T37: Billy Horschel, $50,600.00

T37: Nick Watney, $50,600.00

Related: Webb Simpson became a PGA Tour winner again

Golf Digest Middle East

Golf Digest Middle East

Launched in 2008, Golf Digest Middle East is the #1 golf magazine in the region, featuring local content and exclusive articles from the world's leading professionals

Facebook Comments

Check Also

No double duty for Tiger Woods at Ryder Cup if he makes team, according to Jim Furyk

In the nascent stages of his latest comeback, Tiger Woods said he was entertaining the idea as serving as a playing vice-captain at this year’s Ryder Cup. It made for a nice headline, but even the staunchest Tiger fans could agree that seemed ambitious.