2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open purse, winner's share, prize money payout
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2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open purse, winner’s share, prize money payout


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The 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open purse is set for $6.7 million, with the winner's share coming in at $1,206,000 -- the standard 18 percent payout, according to the PGA Tour's prize money distribution chart.

The Phoenix Open field is headed by defending champion Hideki Matsuyama, who beat Rickie Fowler in a sudden-death playoff last year, as well 2015 winner Brooks Koepka. Justin Thomas, already a three-time winner this year, and Jordan Spieth join the likes of Phil Mickelson, Patrick Reed and Daniel Berger in a solid field.



TPC Scottsdale again hosts, with its famous par-3 16th proving the epicenter of the party, while the short par-4 17th being a brilliant follow. Original designer Tom Weiskopf, who was a part of the team which built the course that opened in 1986, came in 2014 with a renovation.

The tournament ends on Super Bowl Sunday, leading into the Patriots-Falcons showdown.

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2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open purse, winner's share, prize money payout

  1. 1. Hideki Matsuyama -- $1,206,000
  2. P2. Webb Simpson -- $723,600
  3. 3. Louis Oosthuizen -- $455,600
  4. T4. Rickie Fowler -- $294,800
  5. T4. J.J. Spaun -- $294,800
  6. 6. Byeong-Hun An -- $241,200
  7. T7. Daniel Berger -- $216,075
  8. T7. Martin Laird -- $216,075
  9. T9. Jordan Spieth -- $180,900
  10. T9. Matt Kuchar -- $180,900
  11. T9. Graham DeLaet -- $180,900
  12. T12. Adam Hadwin -- $135,675
  13. T12. Sung-hoon Kang -- $135,675
  14. T12. Zach Johnson -- $135,675
  15. T12. John Peterson -- $135,675
  16. T16. Daniel Summerhays -- $90,953
  17. T16. Brian Stuard -- $90,953
  18. T16. Russell Henley -- $90,953
  19. T16. Kevin Na -- $90,953
  20. T16. Jon Rahm -- $90,953
  21. T16. Shane Lowry -- $90,953
  22. T16. Phil Mickelson -- $90,953
  23. T16. Brendan Steele -- $90,953
  24. T24. Charley Hoffman -- $49,580
  25. T24. Billy Horschel -- $49,580
  26. T24. J.B. Holmes -- $49,580
  27. T24. Ollie Schniederjans -- $49,580
  28. T24. Brian Harman -- $49,580
  29. T24. Troy Merritt -- $49,580
  30. T24. Camilo Villegas -- $49,580
  31. T24. Marc Leishman -- $49,580
  32. T24. William McGirt -- $49,580
  33. T24. Michael Kim -- $49,580
  34. T34. John Huh -- $37,018
  35. T34. Chris Kirk -- $37,018
  36. T36. Morgan Hoffmann -- $30,876
  37. T36. Grayson Murray -- $30,876
  38. T36. Kyle Stanley -- $30,876
  39. T36. Robert Garrigus -- $30,876
  40. T36. Lucas Glover -- $30,876
  41. T36. Matt Jones -- $30,876
  42. T42. Steve Stricker -- $23,450
  43. T42. Cameron Smith -- $23,450
  44. T42. Mark Hubbard -- $23,450
  45. T42. Wesley Bryan -- $23,450
  46. T42. Brooks Koepka -- $23,450
  47. T47. Geoff Ogilvy -- $17,715
  48. T47. Sean O'Hair -- $17,715
  49. T47. Ben Crane -- $17,715
  50. T47. Bud Cauley -- $17,715
  51. T47. Brian Gay -- $17,715
  52. T52. Jason Bohn -- $15,624
  53. T52. Vaughn Taylor -- $15,624
  54. T52. Boo Weekley -- $15,624
  55. T52. Scott Brown -- $15,624
  56. T52. Jonas Blixt -- $15,624
  57. T57. Patton Kizzire -- $14,941
  58. T57. Seung-yul Noh -- $14,941
  59. T57. Jon Curran -- $14,941
  60. T57. Harris English -- $14,941
  61. T61. Ryan Moore -- $14,539
  62. T61. Ken Duke -- $14,539
  63. T63. Chad Collins -- $14,204
  64. T63. Emiliano Grillo -- $14,204
  65. T63. Hunter Mahan -- $14,204
  66. T66. J.J. Henry -- $13,869
  67. T66. Charlie Beljan -- $13,869
  68. T68. Patrick Reed -- $13,534
  69. T68. Andrew Johnston -- $13,534
  70. T68. Harold Varner. III -- $13,534
  71. T71. Jamie Lovemark --
  72. T71. Tyrone van Aswegen --
  73. 73. Scott Piercy --
  74. 74. Alex Cejka --
  75. 75. Kevin Chappell --


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