How much Tony Finau and others won at PGA Tour's Houston Open

This is the full payout information as Tony Finau claimed his fifth PGA Tour victory at the Cadence Bank Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course.

How much Tony Finau and others won at PGA Tour's Houston Open
How much Tony Finau and others won at PGA Tour's Houston Open

For years Tony Finau was the nearly man of the PGA Tour. But not anymore. 

Last weekend Finau captured his fifth PGA Tour victory by taking down the Cadence Bank Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course in dominant fashion. 

He started the week in a jovial manner, pretending to almost go full Happy Gilmore on the first tee

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How much Tony Finau and others won at PGA Tour's Houston Open

But then he got down to business. His Saturday 8-under 62 tied the lowest round of his PGA Tour career.

When all was said and done, Finau's margin of victory was four strokes over Tyson Alexander. 

And he also got a big pay day as well. Okay, so it may not be a LIV Golf pay day, but this is still more than decent! 

Finau also captured back-to-back victories at the back end of last season at the 3M Open and Rocket Mortgage Classic. 

Will we see a Finau force in the majors in 2023? Don't bet against it... 

The total prize purse at the Cadence Bank Houston Open was $8.4m Finau took down the lion's share of that, collecting a cheque for $1,512,000

Below, you can scroll down to see just how much every golfer won. 

Next up on the PGA Tour is the RSM Classic. The prize purse is slightly smaller at $8.1m meaning the winner will walk away with $1,458,000

How much Tony Finau and others won at PGA Tour's Houston Open

Cadence Bank Houston Open payout info:

WIN - Tony Finau $1,512,000

2: Tyson Alexander $915,600

3: Ben Taylor $579,600

T-4: Trey Mullinax $353,500

T-4: Alex Noren $353,500

T-4: Alex Smalley $353,500

T-7: Adam Hadwin $273,000

T-7: Aaron Rai $273,000

T-9: Joseph Bramlett $196,500

T-9: Joel Dahmen $196,500

T-9: Stephan Jaeger $196,500

T-9: Keith Mitchell $196,500

T-9: Justin Rose $196,500

T-9: Scottie Scheffler $196,500

T-9: Gary Woodland $196,500

T-16: Wyndham Clark $123,900

T-16: Jason Day $123,900

T-16: Ben Griffin $123,900

T-16: Mackenzie Hughes $123,900

T-16: Scott Piercy $123,900

T-16: Patrick Rodgers $123,900

T-22: Martin Laird $84,420

T-22: David Lipsky $84,420

T-22: Sahith Theegala $84,420

T-22: Aaron Wise $84,420

26: Callum Tarren $67,620

T-27: Ryan Armour $56,332.50

T-27: Austin Cook $56,332.50

T-27: James Hahn $56,332.50

T-27: Cole Hammer $56,332.50

T-27: Russell Knox $56,332.50

T-27: Maverick McNealy $56,332.50

T-27: Davis Riley $56,332.50

T-27: Kyle Westmoreland $56,332.50

T-35: Eric Cole $42,735

T-35: Si Woo Kim $42,735

T-35: Andrew Putnam $42,735

T-35: Carl Yuan $42,735

T-39: Harris English $36,540

T-39: Harry Hall $36,540

T-39: Adam Svensson $36,540

T-39: Travis Vick (a)

T-43: Erik Barnes $30,660

T-43: Will Gordon $30,660

T-43: Davis Thompson $30,660

T-43: Kevin Tway $30,660

T-47: Zack Fischer $23,704.80

T-47: Michael Kim $23,704.80

T-47: S.H. Kim $23,704.80

T-47: Francesco Molinari $23,704.80

T-47: Justin Suh $23,704.80

52: Robby Shelton $21,084

T-53: Byeong Hun An $20,118

T-53: Denny McCarthy $20,118

T-53: Matthew NeSmith $20,118

T-53: Nick Watney $20,118

T-57: Stewart Cink $19,236

T-57: Zach Johnson $19,236

T-57: Luke List $19,236

T-57: Taylor Montgomery $19,236

T-62: Paul Haley II $18,648

T-62: Brandon Wu $18,648

T-64: Seung-Yul Noh $18,312

T-64: Matthias Schwab $18,312

66: Taylor Pendrith $18,060

67: Max McGreevy $17,892

68: Zecheng Dou $17,724

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