The U.S. Open once again offered the largest cash prize in golf.
Prize money has been finalized for the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, and the breakdown remains the same as the 2020 edition last fall: as champion, Jon Rahm collected $2.25 million, and the total purse remained set at $12.5 million. Bryson DeChambeau won $2.25 for his victory at Winged Foot last fall.
Here's a full breakdown of payouts for each position in the final 2021 U.S. Open standings.
1. $2,250,000 - Jon Rahm
2. $1,350,000 - Louis Oosthuizen
3. $829,084 - Harris English
T4. $498,176 - Guido Migliozzi, Brooks Koepka, Collin Morikawa
T7. $306,893 - Branden Grace, Daniel Berger, Paul Casey, Xander Schauffele, Scottie Scheffler, Rory McIlroy
T13. $217,796 - Francesco Molinari, Russell Henley
T15. $177,279 - Patrick Cantlay, Kevin Streelman, Matthew Wolff, Mackenzie Hughes
T19. $125,363 - Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Charl Schwartzel, Brian Harman, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson
T26. $87,941 - Hideki Matsuyama, Rikuya Hoshino, Chris Baker, Martin Kaymer, Bryson DeChambeau
T31. $71,030 - Patrick Rodgers, Dylan Wu, Joaquin Niemann, Christiaan Bezuidenhout
T35. $57,696 - Edoardo Molinari, Robert MacIntyre, Adam Scott, Lanto Griffin, Sungjae Im
T40. $43,883 - Wade Ormsby, Adam Hadwin, Chez Reavie, JT Poston, Si Woo Kim, Ian Poulter
T46. $32,351 - Rick Lamb, Tom Hoge, Dylan Frittelli, Lee Westwood
T50. $27,327 - Tommy Fleetwood, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Gary Woodland, Bubba Watson, Richard Bland
T55. $26,056 - Kevin Kisner, Matt Fitzpatrick
T57. $25,183 - Taylor Montgomery, Stewart Cink, Akshay Bhatia, Charley Hoffman, Jhonattan Vegas
T62. $24,310 - Phil Mickelson, Greyson Sigg
64. $23,936 - Marc Leishman
T65. $23,437 - Matt Jones, Troy Merritt, Shane Lowry
T68. $22,814 - Wilco Nienaber, Kyle Westmoreland
T70. $22,309 - Fabian Gomez, Jimmy Walker
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- How Rahm Finally Learned to Keep His Cool, by Michael Rosenberg
- Daily Question: Which Contender Should Feel Worst About Missed Opportunity?
- How Much Did Luck Play a Role on Sunday? by Alex Miceli
- Phil Mickelson Slumps on Weekend, Now 0-for-30 at U.S. Open, by Mike Purkey
- Mackenzie Hughes Gets Bad Bounce, Worse Break, by Mike Purkey
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