How much every player won at the Workday Charity Open

Take a look at how much Collin Morikawa and the rest of the field won at the Workday Charity Open.

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Mon, 13 Jul 2020

How much every player won at the Workday Charity Open

Collin Morikawa claimed his second PGA Tour title on Sunday, winning the Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village.

The event was the first of back-to-back tournaments at Muirfield, with the players returning this week for the Memorial Tournament, where Tiger Woods will be playing for the first time since the Genesis Open in February.

Morikawa capitalised on Justin Thomas throwing away the lead, making two bogeys in his last three holes, whilst Morikawa made a birdie at the 17th to pile on the pressure.

With Thomas dropping another shot at the last, both players finished the tournament 19-under par to take it to a play-off in what ended up being the best finish to a PGA Tour event since the restart.

Thomas drained a monster 50-foot putt for birdie at the first extra hole but Morikawa answered back with an incredible birdie putt of his own.

Both players would par the second play-off hole and at the third extra hole, Thomas made a mistake off the tee which resulted in a bogey 5, allowing Morikawa two putts for the win.

The 23-year-old took home the winner's share of $1,116,000 whilst Thomas, who was searching for his 13th PGA Tour win, took home $675,800 for second place.

The Money List - Workday Charity Open

WINNER: Collin Morikawa, $1,116,000

2: Justin Thomas, $675,800

3: Viktor Hovland, $427,800

4: Chase Seiffert, $303,800

T-5: Ian Poulter, $239,475

T-5: Gary Woodland, $239,475

T-7: Patrick Cantlay, $169,392.86

T-7: Jason Day, $169,392.86

T-7: Russell Henley, $169,392.86

T-7: Charley Hoffman, $169,392.86

T-7: Billy Horschel, $169,392.86

T-7: Sam Ryder, $169,392.85

T-7: Kevin Streelman, $169,392.85

T-14: Matt Jones, $113,150

T-14: Xander Schauffele, $113,150

T-14: Sepp Straka, $113,150

T-17: Sam Burns, $88,350

T-17: Stewart Cink, $88,350

T-17: Talor Gooch, $88,350

T-17: Chez Reavie, $88,350

T-17: Rory Sabbatini, $88,350

T-22: MJ Daffue, $59,830

T-22: Rickie Fowler, $59,830

T-22: Jerry Kelly, $59,830

T-22: Hideki Matsuyama, $59,830

T-22: Troy Merritt, $59,830

T-27: Matthew Fitzpatrick, $45,260

T-27: Brian Gay, $45,260

T-27: Jon Rahm, $45,260

T-27: Roger Sloan, $45,260

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T-31: Zach Johnson, $37,897.50

T-31: Joaquin Niemann, $37,897.50

T-31: Henrik Norlander, $37,897.50

T-31: Tim Wilkinson, $37,897.50

T-35: Adam Hadwin, $31,542.50

T-35: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, $31,542.50

T-35: Graeme McDowell, $31,542.50

T-35: Richy Werenski, $31,542.50

T-39: Keegan Bradley, $23,250

T-39: Corey Conners, $23,250

T-39: Austin Cook, $23,250

T-39: Matt Kuchar, $23,250

T-39: Shane Lowry, $23,250

T-39: Pat Perez, $23,250

T-39: Patrick Reed, $23,250

T-39: Adam Schenk, $23,250

T-39: Matt Wallace, $23,250

T-48: Mackenzie Hughes, $16,306

T-48: C.T. Pan, $16,306

T-48: Chris Stroud, $16,306

T-48: Nick Taylor, $16,306

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T-52: Chesson Hadley, $14,849

T-52: Adam Long, $14,849

T-52: J.J. Spaun, $14,849

T-52: Brendan Steele, $14,849

T-56: Jason Dufner, $14,384

T-56: Steve Stricker, $14,384

T-58: Phil Mickelson, $14,074

T-58: Andrew Putnam, $14,074

T-58: Scott Stallings, $14,074

T-61: Bronson Burgoon, $13,764

T-61: Carlos Ortiz, $13,764

63: Sungjae Im, $13,578

64: Si Woo Kim, $13,454

T-65: Peter Malnati, $13,268

T-65: Louis Oosthuizen, $13,268

67: Cameron Champ, $13,082

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