How much Russell Henley and others won at the World Wide Technology Championship

This is how much Russell Henley and others won at the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba on the PGA Tour. 

How much Russell Henley and others won at the World Wide Technology Championship
How much Russell Henley and others won at the World Wide Technology…

Russell Henley picked up his fourth PGA Tour victory at the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba. 

It would have been pretty shocking had Henley not claimed the top prize in the $8.2m event considering he had forged himself a considerably healthy lead after three rounds. 

He had a six-stroke lead heading into the final round and by the time he tapped in for par at the 72nd hole the margin was four strokes over Brian Harman. 

Related: How much they all won in LIV Golf's inaugural season

How much Russell Henley and others won at the World Wide Technology Championship

Also finishing inside the top-10 was Scottie Scheffler, who was attempting to move back the top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking after being dethroned by Rory McIlroy

Speaking of McIlroy, the Northern Irishman appears to have changed his tune once again and has called for the PGA Tour to find a compromise with their LIV Golf rivals. 

Last week Viktor Hovland was attempting to win in Mayakoba for the third year in a row. 

The three-peat is something Tiger Woods has done six times in his career. Hovland came up short but put in an another strong performance, finishing in T-10. 

There was a little bit of drama last week as Collin Morikawa was a little bit unimpressed with the comments Trevor Immelman had made about his career. 

Immelman later said that he spoke to Morikawa on the phone and met with him in-person to clear the air. 

Morikawa finished the tournament T-15

That being said, you can see just how much money each competitor picked up last week below. 

The next stop on the PGA Tour heads to Texas for the Cadence Bank Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course where the prize purse will be $8.4m. 

Jason Kokrak won that event last season but now plays in LIV Golf events. 

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2022 World Wide Technology Championship full payout info...

WIN - Russell Henley $1,476,000

2: Brian Harman $893,800

T-3: Scottie Scheffler $375,560

T-3: Joel Dahmen $375,560

T-3: Troy Merritt $375,560

T-3: Seamus Power $375,560

T-3: Will Gordon $375,560

T-8: David Lingmerth $248,050

T-8: Sam Ryder $248,050

T-10: Maverick McNealy $190,650

T-10: David Lipsky $190,650

T-10: Taylor Montgomery $190,650

T-10: Viktor Hovland $190,650

T-10: Patton Kizzire $190,650

T-15: Aaron Wise $129,150

T-15: J.J. Spaun $129,150

T-15: Collin Morikawa $129,150

T-15: Henrik Norlander $129,150

T-15: Martin Laird $129,150

T-15: Thomas Detry $129,150

T-21: Ryan Armour $82,683.34

T-21: Nick Nardy $82,683.34

T-21: Jason Day $82,683.34

T-21: Danny Willet $82,683.34

T-21: Davis Riley $82,683.34

T-21: Matthias Schwab $82,683.34

T-27: Matt Kuchar $59,860

T-27: Eric Cole $59,860

T-27: John Huh $59,860

T-27: Patrick Rodgers $59,860

T-27: Austin Cook $59,860

T-32: Harris English $45,783.33

T-32: Dean Burmester $45,783.33

T-32: Scott Piercy $45,783.33

T-32: Harry Higgs $45,783.33

T-32: Brandon Wu $45,783.33

T-38: Lucas Glover $36,490

T-38: Beau Hossler $36,490

T-38: Austin Eckroat $36,490

T-38: Lee Hodges $36,490

T-42: Robert Streb $28,290

T-42: Alex Noren $28,290

T-42: Charley Hoffman $28,290

T-42: Greyson Sigg $28,290

T-42: Emiliano Grillo $28,290

T-42: K.H. Lee $28,290

T-48: Ryan Moore $21,270.80

T-48: Russell Knox $21,270.80

T-48: Philip Knowles $21,270.80

T-48: Andrew Putnam $21,270.80

T-48: Justin Suh $21,270.80

T-53: Brendon Todd $19,488.67

T-53: Nick Taylor $19,488.67

T-53: Carson Young $19,488.67

T-56: Billy Horschel $18,942

T-56: Sebastian Munoz $18,942

T-56: Justin Lower $18,942

T-59: Ben Griffin $18,368

T-59: Hayden Buckley $18,368

T-59: Dylan Frittelli $18,368

T-59: Ben Taylor $18,368

63: Joseph Bramlett $17,958

T-64: Danny Lee $17,712

T-64: Chris Kirk $17,712

T-66: Rory Sabbatini $17,384

T-66: MJ Daffue $17,384

68: Francesco Molinari $17,138

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