PGA Championship Final Payouts: Xander Schauffele Cashes $3.3 Million for Title

The year's second major paid out $18.5 million, up $1 million from 2023, and Xander Schauffele hit the jackpot. Here's the full breakdown.
This week's PGA Championship has a record purse.
This week's PGA Championship has a record purse. / Clare Grant-USA TODAY Sports

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Golf's gold rush continues at the major championships. Xander Schauffele is the latest to cash in.

One month after the Masters boosted its purse from $18 million to a record $20 million, with $3.6 million to winner Scottie Scheffler, the PGA Championship also paid out a record amount this week, $3.3 million to its new champion.

The 78 players who made the cut divvy up $18.5 million, up $1 million from last year. Brooks Koepka took home $3.15 million for his win in 2023.

Runner-up Bryson DeChambeau earned just a shade under $2 million, with $1,998,000. Viktor Hovland took solo third and $1,258,000.

Here are the final payouts for the 2024 PGA Championship.

2024 PGA Championship Final Payouts

WIN: $3,330,000: Xander Schauffele

2: $1,998,000: Bryson DeChambeau

3: $1,258,000 - Viktor Hovland

4: $814,000 - Collin Morikawa, Thomas Detry

T6: $639,440 - Shane Lowry, Justin Rose

T8: $521,418 - Scottie Scheffler, Billy Horschel, Justin Thomas, Robert MacIntyre

T12: $359,943 - Rory McIlroy, Alex Noren, Taylor Moore, Dean Burmester, Lee Hodges, Sahith Theegala

T18: $230,764 - Ryo Hisatsune, Keegan Bradley, Austin Eckroat, Harris English, Tony Finau

T23: $170,137 - Russell Henley, Maverick McNealy, Tom Hoge

T26: $113,962 - Brooks Koepka, Tommy Fleetwood, Corey Conners, Brian Harman, Kurt Kitayama, Ben Kholes, Mark Hubbard, Min Woo Lee, Tom Kim

T35: $79,182 - Max Homa, Doug Ghim, Brice Garnett, Hideki Matsuyama,

T39: $66,847 - Jordan Smith, Joaquin Niemann, Alexander Bjork, Aaron Rai

T43: $48,969 - Dustin Johnson, Greyson Murray, Byeong-Hun An, Adam Svensson, Lucas Glover, Will Zalatoris, Jason Day, Matt Wallace, Jordan Spieth, Lucas Herbert

T53. $48,969 - Zac Blair, Thorbjorn Olesen, Patrick Reed, Jesper Svensson, Patrick Cantlay, Erik Van Rooyen, Andrew Putnam

T60. $27,016 - Gary Woodland, Adam Hadwin, Talor Gooch

T63. $25,202 - Tyrrell Hatton, Cameron Young, Rickie Fowler, S.H. Kim, Cameron Smith

T68. $23,538 - Nicolai Højgaard, Luke Donald, Rasmus Højgaard, Sebastian Söderberg

72. $22,830 - Braden Shattuck

T73. $22,560 - Alejandro Tosti, Martin Kaymer

75. $22,350 - Ryan Fox

76. $22,230 - Stephan Jaeger

77. $22,140 - Jeremy Wells

78. $22,100 - Brendon Todd

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