How much money each PGA Tour player earned at the AT&T Byron Nelson

Check out how much money each PGA Tour player earned at the AT&T Byron Nelson.

How much money each PGA Tour player earned at the AT&T Byron Nelson

Despite a lengthy weather delay on Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch, K.H. Lee finished the event at 25 under to win by three shots.

Sam Burns, who led after 54 holes, was alone in second while Scott Stallings, Daniel Berger, Charl Schwartzel and Patton Kizzire were all third at 21 under.

The conditions didn’t make it easy for Lee to finish off the win and pick up his payday. With heavy rain coming down and significant puddles on the fairways, his drive on the 16th hole measured just 223 yards, despite being well struck. To put that in perspective, the driving average on the same hole in Thursday’s opening round was 292.4 yards.

Take a look at how Lee made out, as well as how much money the rest of the field made.

AT&T Byron Nelson: Leaderboard | Photos | Winner’s bag
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Prize money

1 K.H. Lee -25 $1,458,000
2 Sam Burns -22 $882,900
T3 Patton Kizzire -21 $395,381
T3 Daniel Berger -21 $395,381
T3 Scott Stallings -21 $395,381
T3 Charl Schwartzel -21 $395,381
T7 Troy Merritt -19 $263,250
T7 Joseph Bramlett -19 $263,250
T9 Jhonattan Vegas -18 $212,625
T9 Seamus Power -18 $212,625
T9 Doc Redman -18 $212,625
T9 Jordan Spieth -18 $212,625
T13 Satoshi Kodaira -17 $153,900
T13 Luke Donald -17 $153,900
T13 Harris English -17 $153,900
T13 Bronson Burgoon -17 $153,900
T17 Will Zalatoris -16 $119,475
T17 Hank Lebioda -16 $119,475
T17 Brandt Snedeker -16 $119,475
T17 Matt Kuchar -16 $119,475
T21 Lee Westwood -15 $84,969
T21 Carlos Ortiz -15 $84,969
T21 Marc Leishman -15 $84,969
T21 Rafael Cabrera Bello -15 $84,969
T21 Alexander Noren -15 $84,969
T26 Wesley Bryan -14 $56,700
T26 Rob Oppenheim -14 $56,700
T26 Ryan Armour -14 $56,700
T26 Sepp Straka -14 $56,700
T26 Rory Sabbatini -14 $56,700
T26 Vincent Whaley -14 $56,700
T26 Keith Mitchell -14 $56,700
T26 Ben Martin -14 $56,700
T34 Jon Rahm -13 $42,201
T34 Mark Hubbard -13 $42,201
T34 Roger Sloan -13 $42,201
T34 Scott Brown -13 $42,201
T34 Adam Schenk -13 $42,201
T39 Talor Gooch -12 $31,185
T39 Brian Stuard -12 $31,185
T39 Johnson Wagner -12 $31,185
T39 Hideki Matsuyama -12 $31,185
T39 Russell Knox -12 $31,185
T39 Pat Perez -12 $31,185
T39 Wyndham Clark -12 $31,185
T39 Sean O’Hair -12 $31,185
T47 J.J. Spaun -11 $20,959
T47 Scottie Scheffler -11 $20,959
T47 Patrick Rodgers -11 $20,959
T47 Ryan Palmer -11 $20,959
T47 Sung Kang -11 $20,959
T47 Nelson Ledesma -11 $20,959
T47 Michael Gligic -11 $20,959
T47 Brice Garnett -11 $20,959
T55 Si Woo Kim -10 $18,630
T55 Aaron Wise -10 $18,630
T55 Sebastian Munoz -10 $18,630
T55 Charles Howell III -10 $18,630
T55 Cameron Champ -10 $18,630
T55 Bryson DeChambeau -10 $18,630
T61 Mark D. Anderson -9 $17,820
T61 Wes Roach -9 $17,820
T61 Luke List -9 $17,820
T61 Martin Laird -9 $17,820
65 Michael Gellerman -8 $17,415
66 Bo Hoag -7 $17,253
67 Michael Kim -6 $17,091
T68 Ted Potter Jr. -5 $16,848
T68 Dylan Meyer -5 $16,848
70 Cameron Percy -3 $16,605
T71 D.J. Trahan -1 $16,362
T71 Austin Cook -1 $16,362
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Methodist women pull off comeback win at NCAA Division III National Championship

Methodist made up ground the final day to overtake Carnegie Mellon for the NCAA Division III national title.

Methodist women pull off comeback win at NCAA Division III National Championship

Once again, Methodist’s women are the NCAA Division III national champions in women’s golf, having edged Carnegie Mellon on May 14 at Forest Akers West Golf Course in East Lansing, Michigan, to win their 14th national title.

The week – particularly the final round – was a battle for Methodist. The Monarchs had some ground to make up on the final day but started chipping away at Carnegie Mellon’s lead early. Methodist erased a four-shot deficit in the first six holes.

The team played the fourth and final round in 14-over 302, the best round of the day.

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At 79 over for 72 holes, Methodist finished five shots ahead of Carnegie Mellon.

George Fox was third and Redlands rounded out the top 5.

Methodist claimed two players inside the top 3 individually as Ingrid Steingrimsen and Jillian Drinkard both tied for third at 19 over.

George Fox’s Makensie Toole was the individual medalist.

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