Here's What Each Player Will Earn This Week From Massive Purse at RBC Heritage

This year's RBC Heritage is a designated event with a boosted purse and massive payouts. Here's the full breakdown of prize money for every player in the field.
Apr 18, 2024; Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA; Scottie Scheffler plays his shot from the eighth tee
Apr 18, 2024; Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA; Scottie Scheffler plays his shot from the eighth tee / Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

The PGA Tour has returned to Hilton Head for an annual stop that first appeared on the calendar in 1969. This year's event has been given signature status, which means a $20 million purse and $3.6 million to the winner.

Scottie Scheffler headlined the field, fresh off a $3.6 million payday at the Masters, his third win of the year and third in his last four starts. He's already earned more than $15 million in 2024, and entered Hilton Head as the resounding No. 1 player in the world and betting favorite.

Keep the accolades and cash coming to the Texan. Weather pushed the finish to Monday morning in South Carolina but didn't change what had been all but decided Sunday. Scheffler won for the fourth time this season and became the first player to win the week after claiming a green jacket since Bernhard Langer in 1985.

Here are the final payouts for the 2024 RBC Heritage:

2024 RBC Heritage Final Payouts

WIN: Scottie Scheffler, 19 under: $3,600,000

2. Sahith Theegala, 16 under: $2,160,000

T3. Wyndham Clark, Patrick Cantlay; 15 under: $1,160,000

T5. Justin Thomas, Patrick Rodgers, J.T. Poston, Sepp Straka; 14 under: $702,750

9. Collin Morikawa, 13 under: $581,000

T10. Chris Kirk, Ludvig Aberg; 12 under: $521,000

T12. Tony Finau, Brian Harman, Russell Henley, Sungjae Im, Seamus Power; 11 under: $393,000

17. Austin Eckroat, 10 under: $321,000

T18. Rickie Fowler, Andrew Putnam, Akshay Bhatia, Jason Day, Si Woo Kim, Brice Garnett, Xander Schauffele, Tom Kim, Stephan Jaeger, Tom Hoge; 9 under: $220,100

T28. Harris English, Denny McCarthy, Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Matt Fitzpatrick, Thomas Detry; 8 under: $136,500

T33. Kurt Kitayama, Alejandro Tosti, Lucas Glover, Eric Cole, Erik van Rooyen, Rory McIlroy; 7 under: $106,166.66

T39. Grayson Murray, Jordan Spieth, Mackenzie Hughes; 6 under: $86,500

T42. Webb Simpson, Adam Hadwin; 5 under: $76,500

T44. Justin Rose, Corey Conners, Sam Burns, Adam Svensson, Will Zalatoris; 4 under: $62,660

T49. Cameron Davis, Tommy Fleetwood, Matthieu Pavon, Adam Schenk, Nick Taylor, Peter Malnati; 3 under: $49,450

T55. Keegan Bradley, Max Homa, Chandler Phillips; 2 under: $46,200

T58. Lee Hodges, Erik Barnes, Brendon Todd, Taylor Moore; 1 under: $44,800

T62. Jake Knapp, Cameron Young; Even: $43,600

T64. Gary Woodland, Shane Lowry, Emiliano Grillo; 1 over: $42,600

67. Byeong Hun An, 2 over: $41,800

68. Kevin Kisner, 5 over: $41,400

69. Nick Dunlap, 6 over: $40,000


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