Payout by player, finishing position

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is one of the most beautiful golf tournaments on the PGA Tour but how much is the purse and the payouts for players?

Because of the amateurs that join PGA Tour pros throughout the week at Pebble Beach Golf Links, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am doesn’t always draw the best field of players. With that said, there are still some of the top players in golf out there and, more importantly, those players who perform well are going to get paid.

The total purse for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is $8.7 million. Of that, an impressive $1.566 million goes to the winner of the tournament.

So how does the rest of the purse work in terms of the player payouts throughout the rest of the field that makes the cut (after 54 holes with three courses used over the first four rounds)? Let’s take a look with a list. (Note: This list will be updated with player-by-player payouts after the conclusion of the tournament.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am payouts by finishing position

  1. $1.566 million
  2. $948,300
  3. $600,300
  4. $426,300
  5. $356,700
  6. $315,375
  7. $293,625
  8. $271,875
  9. $254,475
  10. $237,075
  11. $219,675
  12. $202,275
  13. $184,875
  14. $167,475
  15. $158,775
  16. $150,075
  17. $141,375
  18. $132,675
  19. $123,975
  20. $115,275
  21. $106,575
  22. $97,875
  23. $90,915
  24. $83,955
  25. $76,995
  26. $70,035
  27. $67,425
  28. $64,815
  29. $62,205
  30. $59,595
  31. $56,985
  32. $54,375
  33. $51,765
  34. $49,590
  35. $47,415
  36. $45,240
  37. $43,065
  38. $41,325
  39. $39,585
  40. $37,845
  41. $36,105
  42. $34,365
  43. $32,625
  44. $30,885
  45. $29,145
  46. $27,405
  47. $25,665
  48. $24,273
  49. $23,055
  50. $22,359
  51. $21,837
  52. $21,315
  53. $20,967
  54. $20,619
  55. $20,445
  56. $20,271
  57. $20,097
  58. $19,923
  59. $19,749
  60. $19,575
  61. $19,401
  62. $19,227
  63. $19,053
  64. $18,879
  65. $18,705

With every player who finishes inside the top 20 making six figures, the money is out there to be made at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

When you then factor in the full FedEx Cup points that are available in addition to the history and scenery of Pebble Beach, it really is a wonder as to why more players don’t come to this tournament. Those who cashed out this week, of course, won’t be complaining about that, though.

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Source: FanSided

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