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How much prize money did Wyndham Clark earn at 2023 Wells Fargo Championship?

Published at :May 12, 2024 at 8:05 AM
Modified at :May 12, 2024 at 8:05 AM
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Manjit Verma


Out of the $20 million purse, Clark got a whopping $3.6 million.

The Wells Fargo Championship 2024, part of the PGA Tour for 2024, will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, from May 9 to 12, 2024. The tournament, which starts on Thursday and ends on Sunday, will feature a par 71 course and a total prize money of USD 20,000,000 for all participants.

Wyndham Clark won the 2023 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club, earning his first career PGA Tour victory. Clark shot a final-round 3-under 68, claiming the title at 19 under and the top prize of $3.6 million. Xander Schauffele, runner-up at 15 under, earned his fifth top-five finish of the season and will take home $2.18 million. Harris English and Tyrrell Hatton finished T-3 at 12 under and each earned $1.18 million.

2023 Wells Fargo championship purse breakdown

Out of the $20 million purse, which was the purse of Wells Fargo Championship 2023, Clark got a whopping $3.6 million. The other winners are mentioned below:

Here is the breakdown of the purse at the 2023 Wells Fargo Championship

  • 1: Wyndham Clark: $3,600,000
  • 2: Xander Schauffele: $2,180,000
  • T3: Harris English: $1,180,000
  • T3: Tyrrell Hatton: $1,180,000
  • T5: Adam Scott: $772,500
  • T5: Tommy Fleetwood: $772,500
  • 7: Michael Kim: $675,000
  • T8: Denny McCarthy: $525,000
  • T8: Sungjae Im: $525,000
  • T8: Brendon Todd: $525,000
  • T8: K.H. Lee: $525,000
  • T8: Max Homa: $525,000
  • T8: Corey Conners: $525,000
  • T14: Gary Woodland: $355,000
  • T14: Rickie Fowler: $355,000
  • T14: Jimmy Walker: $355,000
  • T14: Justin Thomas: $355,000
  • T18: Kevin Streelman: $285,000
  • T18: Séamus Power: $285,000
  • T18: Alex Smalley: $285,000
  • T21: Dylan Wu: $235,000
  • T21: Patrick Cantlay: $235,000
  • T23: Tony Finau: $185,000
  • T23: Matt Kuchar: $185,000
  • T23: Tom Kim: $185,000
  • T23: Emiliano Grillo: $185,000
  • T27: J.J. Spaun: $134,125
  • T27: Taylor Moore: $134,125
  • T27: Trace Crowe: $134,125
  • T27: Doug Ghim: $134,125
  • T27: Nate Lashley: $134,125
  • T27: Stephan Jaeger: $134,125
  • T27: Adam Svensson: $134,125
  • T27: Mark Hubbard: $134,125
  • T35: Chad Ramey: $99,600
  • T35: Keegan Bradley: $99,600
  • T35: Matthew NeSmith: $99,600
  • T35: Matt Fitzpatrick: $99,600
  • T35: Ryan Palmer: $99,600
  • T40: Kramer Hickok: $83,000
  • T40: Francesco Molinari: $83,000
  • T40: Joseph Bramlett: $83,000
  • T43: Hayden Buckley: $69,000
  • T43: Viktor Hovland: $69,000
  • T43: Akshay Bhatia: $69,000
  • T43: Si Woo Kim: $69,000
  • T47: Rory McIlroy: $51,222
  • T47: Alejandro Tosti: $51,222
  • T47: Sam Stevens: $51,222
  • T47: Henrik Norlander: $51,222
  • T47: David Lingmerth: $51,222
  • T47: Beau Hossler: $51,222
  • T47: MJ Daffue: $51,222
  • T47: Zac Blair: $51,222
  • T47: Trey Mullinax: $51,222
  • T56: Sahith Theegala: $46,200
  • T56: Ryan Armour: $46,200
  • T56: Chris Kirk: $46,200
  • T59: Justin Suh: $44,600
  • T59: Cam Davis: $44,600
  • T59: Harrison Endycott: $44,600
  • T59: Cameron Young: $44,600
  • T59: Keith Mitchell: $44,600
  • T64: Callum Tarren: $43,000
  • T64: Webb Simpson: $43,000
  • T64: Austin Eckroat: $43,000
  • 67: Stewart Cink: $42,200
  • 68: Nick Hardy: $41,800

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