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2021 Shriners Children's Open: Purse, Prize Money, Payouts at TPC Summerlin

Sungjae Im won the 2021 Shriners Children's Open in Las Vegas to earn $1.26 million from a total purse of $7 million.
Sungjae Im

Sungjae Im earned his second PGA Tour victory at the Shriners Children's Open in Las Vegas on Sunday.

Sungjae Im torched TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas with a final-round 62 to win the 2021 Shriners Children's Open and collect the first-place prize of $1.26 million from the total purse of $7 million.

Im finished at -24, four shots ahead of Matthew Wolff. Marc Leishman, Rory Sabbatini and Adam Schenk finished at -19, five shots back.

Here's the breakdown by position, according to PGATour.com:

2021 Shriners Children's Open: Full purse, prize money breakdown

1. $1,260,000 — Sungjae Im

2. $763,000 — Matthew Wolff

T3. $371,000 — Marc Leishman, Rory Sabbatini, Adam Schenk

4. $343,000

5. $287,000

T6. $245,000 — Lanto Griffin, Adam Hadwin

7. $236,250

T8. $204,750 — Hayden Buckley, Aaron Wise, Harry Hall

9. $204,750

10. $190,750

T11. $162,750 — Talor Gooch, Martin Laird, Andrew Putnam

12. $162,750

13. $148,750

T14. $113,750 — K.H. Lee, Tom Hoge, Matt Wallace, Louis Oosthuizen, Matthew NeSmith, Chad Ramey, Sam Burns

15. $127,750

16. $120,750

17. $113,750

18. $106,750

19. $99,750

20. $92,750

T21. $79,217— Seamus Power, Russell Henley, Danny Willett

22. $78,750

23. $73,150

T24. $61,950 — Joel Dahmen, Jimmy Walker, Taylor Moore

25. $61,950

26. $56,350

T27. $46,944 — Cam Davis, Chesson Hadley, Kevin Yu, Harry Higgs, Sung Kang, Matt Jones, Robert Streb, Lee Hodges.

28. $52,150

29. $50,050

30. $47,950

31. $45,850

32. $43,750

33. $41,650

34. $39,900

T35. $34,860 — Nate Lashley, J.J. Spaun, Adam Scott, Matt Kuchar, Camilo Villegas

36. $36,400

37. $34,650

38. $33,250

39. $31,850

T40. $28,350 — Joaquin Niemann, Doug Ghim, Corey Conners, Mito Pereira

41. $29,050

42. $27,650

43. $26,250

T44. $23,450 — Viktor Hovland, Mark Hubbard, Charley Hoffman

45. $23,450

46. $22,050

T47. $17,928 — Taylor Pendrith, Emiliano Grillo, Nick Taylor, Carlos Ortiz, Greyson Sigg, Kevin Streelman, Alex Smalley, Richy Werenski, Charles Howell III.

48. $19,530

49. $18,550

50. $17,990

51. $17,570

52. $17,150

53. $16,870

54. $16,590

55. $16,450

T56. $15,829 — Hudson Swafford, Trey Mullinax, Nick Watney, Michael Thompson, Brandon Hagy, Cameron Tringale, Wyndham Clark, Davis Riley

57. $16,170

58. $16,030

59. $15,890

60. $15,750

61. $15,610

62. $15,470

63. $15,330

64. $15,190 — Anirban Lahiri

T65. $14,980 — Henrik Norlander, Jonas Blixt

T67: $14,560— Francesco Molinari, Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka, Lucas Glover

71: $14,210 — Graeme McDowell

72: $14,070 — Bill Haas

The 2021 Shriners Children's Open is the first of two consecutive tournaments in town. The second is the CJ Cup, a limited-field event played at Tom Fazio's Summit course for the first time.

The Shriners had strong field that includes Brooks Koepka and Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama. Martin Laird was the defending champion and has won this event twice.

Las Vegas golf writer Brian Hurlburt previews both events here. He notes former champion Webb Simpson is in the field along with players who have strong ties to Las Vegas: Maverick McNealy, Charley Hoffman, two-time Shriners champ Kevin Na, former Masters champion and UNLV golfer Adam Scott and European Tour star and former UNLV golfer Garrick Higgo.