2024 CJ Cup Byron Nelson Final Payouts, Prize Money, Winnings

The Byron Nelson is offering a $9.5 million purse, with $1.71 million to the winner. Here's the full prize-money breakdown.
May 2, 2024; McKinney, Texas, USA; Jordan Spieth waits to play a shot on the 12th hole during the
May 2, 2024; McKinney, Texas, USA; Jordan Spieth waits to play a shot on the 12th hole during the / Raymond Carlin III-USA TODAY Sports

The 2024 CJ Cup Byson Nelson is back in Texas, and this year it's offering a $9.5 million purse, with $1.71 million to the winner.

The event has landed two weeks before the PGA Championship, the second major of the season, and many top players have elected to sit this one out. Jordan Spieth, a native Texan, is the top-ranked player in the field at No. 20 and was the betting favorite at the start of the week. Mi Woo Lee, Adam Scott and Will Zalatoris are among the other big names to enter. Jason Day is the defending champion.

Here are the final payouts for the 2024 CJ Cup Byron Nelson:

2024 Byron Nelson Final Payouts

Win: $1.71 million

2: $1.035 million

3: $655,500

4: $465,500

5: $389,500

6: $344,375

7: $320,625

8: $296,875

9: $277,875

10: $258,875

11: $239,875

12: $220,875

13: $201,875

14: $182,875

15: $173,375

16: $163,875

17: $154,375

18: $144,875

19: $135,375

20: $125,875

21: $116,375

22: $106,875

23: $99,275

24: $91,675

25: $84,075

26: $76,475

27: $73,625

28: $70,775

29: $67,925

30: $65,075

31: $62,225

32: $59,375

33: $55,337

34: $54,150

35: $51,775

36: $49,400

37: $47,025

38: $45,125

39: $43,225

40: $41,325

41: $39,425

42: $37,525

43: $35,625

44: $33,725

45: $31,825

46: $29,925

47: $28,025

48: $26,505

49: $25,175

50: $24,415

51: $23,845

52: $23,275

53: $22,895

54: $22,515

55: $22,325

56: $22,135

57: $21,954

58: $21,755

59: $21,565

60: $21,375

61: $21,185

62: $20,995

63: $20,805

64: $20,615

65: $20,425


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