How much money each PGA Tour player earned at Palmetto Championship

It pays to play well on the PGA Tour.

How much money each PGA Tour player earned at Palmetto Championship

It pays to play well on the PGA Tour, folks. Just ask this week’s winner, Garrick Higgo.

The 22-year-old from Johannesburg, South Africa, earned his first PGA Tour win in just his second start on Sunday, claiming the 2021 Palmetto Championship at Congaree Golf Club in Ridgeland, South Carolina, at 11-under-par. Higgo shot a 3-under 68 to beat Chesson Hadley, who held a four-shot lead at the start of the day, by one. Higgo earns a two-year Tour exemption and will take home the top prize of $1,314,000.

Check out how much money each player earned this week at the Palmetto Championship. Here’s the top 18 money winner’s of all time.

Palmetto Championship: Leaderboard Photos

Position Player Score Earnings
1 Garrick Higgo -11 $1,314,000
T2 Hudson Swafford -10 $411,233
T2 Doc Redman -10 $411,233
T2 Jhonattan Vegas -10 $411,233
T2 Tyrrell Hatton -10 $411,233
T2 Bo Van Pelt -10 $411,233
T2 Chesson Hadley -10 $411,233
T8 Ryan Armour -9 $220,825
T8 David Lipsky -9 $220,825
T10 Matt Fitzpatrick -8 $177,025
T10 Erik van Rooyen -8 $177,025
T10 Pat Perez -8 $177,025
T10 Dustin Johnson -8 $177,025
T14 Will Gordon -7 $125,925
T14 Wilco Nienaber -7 $125,925
T14 Chez Reavie -7 $125,925
T14 Tain Lee -7 $125,925
T14 Harris English -7 $125,925
T19 Scott Piercy -6 $86,505
T19 Beau Hossler -6 $86,505
T19 Satoshi Kodaira -6 $86,505
T19 Rob Oppenheim -6 $86,505
T19 Seamus Power -6 $86,505
T19 Danny Lee -6 $86,505
T25 Anirban Lahiri -5 $56,088
T25 Henrik Norlander -5 $56,088
T25 Bill Haas -5 $56,088
T25 Joseph Bramlett -5 $56,088
T25 Ian Poulter -5 $56,088
T25 Rhein Gibson -5 $56,088
T31 Hank Lebioda -4 $44,621
T31 C.T. Pan -4 $44,621
T31 Austin Cook -4 $44,621
T31 Luke Donald -4 $44,621
T35 Matthew NeSmith -3 $33,337
T35 Sungjae Im -3 $33,337
T35 Russell Knox -3 $33,337
T35 Tommy Fleetwood -3 $33,337
T35 Chase Seiffert -3 $33,337
T35 Davis Thompson -3 $33,337
T35 Ben Taylor -3 $33,337
T35 Broc Everett -3 $33,337
T35 Bryson Nimmer -3 $33,337
T44 Peter Uihlein -2 $22,435
T44 Aaron Baddeley -2 $22,435
T44 Nick Taylor -2 $22,435
T44 Kevin Chappell -2 $22,435
T44 Wes Roach -2 $22,435
T44 Scott Harrington -2 $22,435
T50 J.B. Holmes -1 $18,542
T50 Patrick Rodgers -1 $18,542
T52 Byeong Hun An E $17,484
T52 Roger Sloan E $17,484
T52 Vaughn Taylor E $17,484
T52 Sam Ryder E $17,484
56 Rafael Campos 1 $17,009
T57 Jonathan Byrd 2 $16,717
T57 Mark Hubbard 2 $16,717
T57 Robby Shelton 2 $16,717
T60 Brandt Snedeker 3 $16,279
T60 Tyler Duncan 3 $16,279
T60 Chris Baker 3 $16,279
63 Josh Teater 4 $15,987
T64 Robert Garrigus 5 $15,768
T64 Michael Gellerman 5 $15,768
66 Richard S. Johnson 6 $15,549
67 Andrew Putnam 7 $15,403
68 Adam Schenk 8 $15,257
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Matilda Castren becomes first player from Finland to win on LPGA, and does it in her 15th start

Matilda Castren became the first player from Finland to win on the LPGA, emerging from a thick Marine Layer as a rising European star.

Matilda Castren becomes first player from Finland to win on LPGA, and does it in her 15th start

Matilda Castren became the first player from Finland to win on the LPGA, emerging from a thick Marine Layer as a rising European star.

“I knew one day it would be me,” said an emotional Castren, “but you didn’t think it was going to be so soon.”

Castren, who began the day two strokes back of Min Lee, started out blazing hot at chilly Lake Merced, stuffing her approach shots for easy birdies on the first three holes and then converting a short eagle putt on the par-5 fifth. She was 5 under through five holes and looking like someone who’d been in this position one thousand times over. In truth, this was only her 15th start on the LPGA.

“I think a lot of people couldn’t sleep tonight,” said Castren, noting that she teed off at 1 a.m. in Finland.

The seemingly unflappable 26-year-old made the turn in 30 and built a three-shot lead over Taiwan’s Lee, who looked to become the first player to win on the Symetra Tour and LPGA in consecutive starts.

As Castren cooled off with pars on the back nine, the easygoing Lee tightened things up, pulling to within one after a birdie on the par-5 15th.

A short miss for par on the par-3 17th, however, gave Lee her first bogey of the day and put her two back with only the closing par 5 to play. Lee’s eagle putt on the 18th from just off the green from around 25 feet, came up about an inch short and the expressive player dropped to her knees.

Castren then calmly dropped in a final birdie putt to cap off a glorious 65 that put her at 14 under for the tournament, two head of Lee. It was a two-player contest for most of the day, and they only dropped one shot between them.

“I mean, winning a tournament you have to practice,” said Lee, “and this is a great practice. Maybe after couple times I will be there.”

So Yeon Ryu and Hannah Green, both majors winners, finished in a share of third at 8 under.

Castren, a 2020/21 LPGA Tour rookie, won seven times at Florida State and collected her first LPGA title on the same day another former Seminole, Morgane Metraux, won on the Island Resort Championship on the Symetra Tour.

Prior to this week, Castren’s career-best finish on the LPGA was a tie for eighth at the 2020 LPGA Drive On Championship in Georgia. She tied for 30th at last week’s U.S. Women’s Open at nearby Olympic Club.

“I hope it inspires a lot of the younger girls to reach for their goals and just aim high, the sky is the limit,” said Castren. “I think I’m a perfect example of that. I’m the first one to win from Finland, and I bet a lot of people didn’t think it was possible. I had my doubts myself, too.

“But I just want to send a message that anything is possible and just to reach for your goals.”

Celine Boutier bolted up the board with a closing 64 to move into a share of sixth. Jodi Ewart Shadoff hit 18 greens in a final-round 65 that included six birdies in the last eight holes to also vault into the top 10.

Michelle Wie West played the weekend for the first time since coming back from maternity leave. Wie West, who is a member at Lake Merced, shot 69-71 over the weekend to finish tied for 40th.

One week after suffering a heartbreaking loss at the U.S. Women’s Open, Lexi Thompson finished with a 74 to place tied for 34th.

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