2019 BMW Championship Purse Payout

Justin Thomas entered a pantheon of all-time greats on Sunday at Medinah Country Club when the 26-year-old Kentucky native converted his 10 victory on the PGA Tour before the age of 27.

What kind of company does that put Thomas in? According to The 15th Club’s Justin Ray, in the last 75 years, the only players to reach 10 wins that quickly were Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth.

The victory earned Thomas $1.665 million, but more importantly — and potentially much more lucratively — it shot him to the top of the FedEx Cup standings heading into next week’s finale at East Lake Golf Club.

Thomas, who will start the Tour Championship at 10-under par thanks to the PGA Tour’s new adjusted scoring system, detailed the unchartered waters he will be navigating this week in Atlanta. 

“That’s great. Definitely beats the position I was in at the beginning of this week,” he said of his pre-tournament cushion. “I can certainly say a thousand percent I never slept on a Wednesday lead, but I’m definitely excited for that and I’m just going to try to win the golf tournament as if everybody starts at zero.”


Here’s the full purse breakdown of the second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

POS PLAYER TO PAR EARNINGS FEDEX PTS
1 Justin Thomas -25 $1,665,000 2000
2 Patrick Cantlay -22 $999,000 1200
3 Hideki Matsuyama -20 $629,000 760
4 Tony Finau -18 $444,000 540
T-5 Brandt Snedeker -16 $351,500 420
T-5 Jon Rahm -16 $351,500 420
T-7 Corey Conners -15 $298,312 350
T-7 Lucas Glover -15 $298,312 350
T-9 Adam Scott -14 $259,000 310
T-9 Kevin Kisner -14 $259,000 310
T-11 Sungjae Im -13 $196,100 246
T-11 Louis Oosthuizen -13 $196,100 246
T1-1 Tommy Fleetwood -13 $196,100 246
T-11 Kevin Tway -13 $196,100 246
T-11 Rickie Fowler -13 $196,100 246
T-16 Vaughn Taylor -12 $148,000 204
T-16 J.T. Poston -12 $148,000 204
T-16 Rory Sabbatini -12 $148,000 204
T-19 Marc Leishman -11 $112,110 172
T-19 Jason Kokrak -11 $112,110 172
T-19 Patrick Reed -11 $112,110 172
T-19 Rory McIlroy -11 $112,110 172
T-19 Xander Schauffele -11 $112,110 172
T-24 Webb Simpson -10 $78,856 139
T-24 Brooks Koepka -10 $78,856 139
T-24 Paul Casey -10 $78,856 139
T-24 Joel Dahmen -10 $78,856 139
T-28 Byeong-Hun An -9 $65,675 118
T-28 Abraham Ancer -9 $65,675 118
T-28 Si Woo Kim -9 $65,675 118
T-31 Emiliano Grillo -8 $53,650 92
T-31 Ian Poulter -8 $53,650 92
T-31 Joaquin Niemann -8 $53,650 92
T-31 C.T. Pan -8 $53,650 92
T-31 Wyndham Clark -8 $53,650 92
T-31 Gary Woodland -8 $53,650 92
T-37 Ryan Moore -7 $40,700 66
T-37 Tiger Woods -7 $40,700 66
T-37 Scott Piercy -7 $40,700 66
T-37 Jordan Spieth -7 $40,700 66
T-37 Charles Howell III -7 $40,700 66
T-37 Billy Horschel -7 $40,700 66
T-43 Ryan Palmer -6 $30,525 45
T-43 Keegan Bradley -6 $30,525 45
T-43 Adam Hadwin -6 $30,525 45
T-43 Andrew Putnam -6 $30,525 45
T-43 Troy Merritt -6 $30,525 45
T-48 Phil Mickelson -5 $23,865 35
T-48 Collin Morikawa -5 $23,865 35
T-48 Bryson DeChambeau -5 $23,865 35
T-48 Shane Lowry -5 $23,865 35
T-52 Jason Day -4 $21,571 26
T-52 Dylan Frittelli -4 $21,571 26
T-52 Keith Mitchell -4 $21,571 26
T-52 Justin Rose -4 $21,571 26
T-52 Matt Kuchar -4 $21,571 26
T-57 Chez Reavie -3 $20,628 21
T-57 Jim Furyk -3 $20,628 21
T-57 Graeme McDowell -3 $20,628 21
T-57 Dustin Johnson -3 $20,628 21
T-61 Max Homa -2 $20,072 19
T-61 Francesco Molinari -2 $20,072 19
T-63 Sung Kang -1 $19,702 17
T-63 Rafael Cabrera Bello -1 $19,702 17
T-65 Adam Long E $19,240 15
T-65 J.B. Holmes E $19,240 15
T-65 Cameron Champ E $19,240 15
68 Harold Varner III 1 $18,870 14
69 Nate Lashley 3 $18,685 13

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