How much Emiliano Grillo and others made at Charles Schwab Challenge

Emiliano Grillo lands his first title in seven and half years on the PGA Tour.

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Sun, 28 May 2023
How much Emiliano Grillo and others made at Charles Schwab Challenge

Emiliano Grillo clinched his second career title on the PGA Tour and his first in seven and half years following playoff victory over Adam Schenk at the Charles Schwab Challenge.

Grillo, 30, made a stunning birdie on the second extra hole, the par-3 16th, when sending an exquisite iron shot five feet away from the pin.


The Argentinian judged the yardage to perfection as his ball just landed over the bunker and it took the slope all the way down to the flag. 

Schenk, 31, went long with his approach shot but played a miraculous chip shot to three feet, albeit it mattered little in the grand scheme of things when Grillo buried his winning putt. 

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Grillo held a two-stroke lead heading into the 72nd hole but he hit a wayward tee shot and made double bogey to bring Schenk back into the mix. 

England's Harry Hall had a chance to join the playoff but he bogeyed the final hole to finish in a tie for third with World No.1 Scottie Scheffler, who holed just about nothing all week at Colonial. 

Scheffler did make a stunning ace on the 8th in the final round, though - WATCH HERE

The win earns Grillo his biggest pay cheque to date on the PGA Tour with a whopping $1.566 million.

Schenk, who picked up his second runner-up finish of the season, takes home $948,300.

Scheffler and Hall collected $513,300. 

Let's check out how much they all earned at the 2023 Charles Schwab Challenge: 

1: Emiliano Grillo; 8 under (won playoff with birdie at second extra hole): $1,566,000

2: Adam Schenk; 8 under $948,300

T3. Scottie Scheffler, Harry Hall, 7 under: $513,300

5. Paul Haley II, 6 under: $356,700

T6. Michael Kim, Rickie Fowler, Sam Burns; 5 under: $292,958.33

T9. Max Homa, Mark Hubbard, Kevin Streelman; 4 under: $237,075

T12. Justin Rose, Chad Ramey, Aaron Rai, Harris English; 3 under: $178,350

T16. Russell Henley, Austin Eckroat, David Lipsky, Viktor Hovland, Justin Suh; 2 under: $132,675

T21. Aaron Baddeley, Carson Young, Kramer Hickok, Austin Smotherman, Thomas Detry, Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Ryan Fox, Byeong Hun An; 1 under: $82,323.75

T29. Kurt Kitayama, Alex Noren, Lee Hodges, Collin Morikawa, Robby Shelton, Sepp Straka, Sam Stevens, Peter Malnati, Si Woo Kim, Andrew Putnam, Brian Harman; Even: $50,104.09

T40. Chez Reavie, Jimmy Walker, Scott Piercy, Billy Horschel, Luke Donald, Alex Smalley, Andrew Novak, Min Woo Lee; 1 over: $31,755

T48. Matthew NeSmith, Nick Hardy, Vincent Norrman, Patton Kizzire; 2 over: $22,881

T52. Maverick McNealy, Ben Griffin, Tom Hoge, Will Gordon; 3 over: $20,836.50

56. Akshay Bhatia, 4 over: $20,271

T57: K.H. Lee, Luke List, Justin Lower, Brendon Todd, Patrick Rodgers, Ben Martin; 5 over: $19,662

T63. Erik Compton, Zecheng Dou, Cody Gribble, Cameron Champ, J.J. Spaun; 6 over: $18,705

T68. Stephan Jaeger, Joel Dahmen; 7 over: $18,096

T70. Matthias Schwab, Beau Hossler; 10 over: $17,748

72. Russell Knox, 13 over: $17,487

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