WGC Match Play: Here is the full prize purse and winner's share

Here is the full prize purse and winner's share for the WGC Match Play at Austin Country Club.

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Sun, 27 Mar 2022
WGC Match Play: Here is the full prize purse and winner's share

The WGC Match Play will conclude on Sunday and one of Kevin Kisner, Scottie Scheffler, Dustin Johnson or Corey Conners will be our champion.

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Kisner boasted a ridiculous record of 20-6-1 as he headed into the semi-finals looking to win the tournament for the second time. 

Along with the top prize of $2,100,000, the winner at Austin Country Club will also claim the Walter Hagen Cup. 

For Scheffler, he had the chance to topple Jon Rahm as the World No. 1 after winning twice on the PGA Tour this season. 

Dustin Johnson had the chance to return to the winner's circle while Conners could become Canada's first ever winner of the event. 

It is an exhausting but rewarding week. The champion will have had to play seven matches over five days. 

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Below is the current prize payouts thus far:

Win: $2,100,000

2: $1,320,000

3: $852,000

4: $685,000

Quarter finalists (T5)

Seamus Power, $386,000

Brooks Koepka, $386,000

Will Zalatoris, $386,000

Abraham Ancer, $386,000

Round of 16 (T-9)

Billy Horschel, $220,000

Tyrrell Hatton, $220,000

Richard Bland, $220,000

Jon Rahm, $220,000

Adam Scott, $220,000

Kevin Na, $220,000

Takumi Kanaya, $220,000

T-17 (Claimed 2.5 points in group play)

Collin Morikawa, $220,000

Maverick McNealy, $164,00

T-18 (Claimed 2 points in group play)

Si Woo Kim, $133,875

Mackenzie Hughes, $133,875

Matt Fitzpatrick, $133,875

Harold Varner III, $133,875

Lucas Herbert, $133,875

Alex Noren, $133,875

Viktor Hovland, $133,875

Talor Gooch, $133,875

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T26 (Claimed 1.5 points on group play)

Patrick Cantlay, $97,111.11

Keith Mitchell, $97,111.11

Patrick Reed, $97,111.11

Sebastián Muñoz, $97,111.11

Justin Rose, $97,111.11

Bubba Watson, $97,111.11

Thomas Pieters, $97,111.11

Min Woo Lee, $97,111.11

Sergio Garcia, $97,111.11

T35 (Claimed 1 point in group play)

Sungjae Im, $58,239.12

Lee Westwood, $58,239.12

Cameron Young, $58,239.12

Jordan Spieth, $58,239.12

Daniel Berger, $58,239.12

Max Homa, $58,239.12

Shane Lowry, $58,239.12

Robert MacIntyre, $58,239.12

Cameron Tringale, $58,239.12

Sepp Straka, $58,239.12

Louis Oosthuizen, $58,239.12

Justin Thomas, $58,239.12

Marc Leishman, $58,239.12

Ian Poulter, $58,239.12

Tommy Fleetwood, $58,239.12

Luke List, $58,239.12

Xander Schauffele, $58,239.12

Tony Finau, $58,239.12

Joaquin Niemann, $58,239.12

Webb Simpson, $58,239.12

Jason Kokrak, $58,239.12

Brian Harman, $58,239.12

Keegan Bradley, $58,239.12

T-58 (Claimed 0.5 points in group play)

Bryson DeChambeau, $42,750

Tom Hoge, $42,750

T-60 (Claimed 0 points in group play)

Matthew Wolff, $41,000

Christiaan Bezuidenhout, $41,000

Erik van Rooyen, $41,000

Russell Henley, $41,000

Paul Casey, $41,000

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