2021 Tour Championship final results: Prize money payout, leaderboard and how much each golfer won
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2021 Tour Championship final results: Prize money payout, leaderboard and how much each golfer won



The 2021 Tour Championship final leaderboard is headed by winner Patrick Cantlay, who prevailed by a shot to win the FedEx Cup at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga.

Cantlay and Jon Rahm were locked in a two-man race for the FedEx Cup in the PGA Tour season finale. Playing neck and neck all day, Cantlay bogeyed the par-4 17th to hold a one-shot lead at the final hole. When Cantlay and Rahm birdied the par-5 finisher, Cantlay won the FedEx Cup and the season-long race.

Cantlay started the week on 10 under, with a four-shot advantage on Rahm, which proved enough to secure the win.

Cantlay won the $15,000,000 winner's share of the $46,000,000 purse.

Tour Championship recap notes

Rahm and Kevin Na had the lowest 72-hole scores in the event without starting strokes, meaning they split the combined first- and second-place Official World Golf Ranking points with the win in the 72-hole stroke-play championship, which will boost their world rankings.

Cantlay earns a five-year PGA Tour exemption for winning the FedEx Cup.

A total of 29 players finished the tournament in the 50th event of the 2020-2021 PGA Tour season after a 36-hole cut was not made.

The 2020-2021 PGA Tour schedule is over, with the 2021-2022 PGA Tour season starting in two weeks with the Fortinet Championship in California.

2021 Tour Championship final leaderboard, results and prize money payouts

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POS PLAYER TO PAR HCP 72H R1 R2 R3 R4 TOTAL MONEY
1 Patrick Cantlay -21 -10 -11 67 66 67 69 269 $15,000,000
2 Jon Rahm -20 -6 -14 65 65 68 68 266 $5,000,000
3 Kevin Na -16 -2 -14 66 67 66 67 266 $4,000,000
4 Justin Thomas -15 -4 -11 67 67 65 70 269 $3,000,000
T5 Xander Schauffele -14 -2 -12 68 69 67 64 268 $2,200,000
T5 Viktor Hovland -14 -3 -11 66 68 70 65 269 $2,200,000
7 Bryson DeChambeau -13 -7 -6 69 67 72 66 274 $1,300,000
8 Dustin Johnson -11 -3 -8 68 69 68 67 272 $1,100,000
T9 Abraham Ancer -10 -4 -6 69 70 65 70 274 $890,000
T9 Billy Horschel -10 0 -10 65 68 67 70 270 $890,000
T11 Daniel Berger -8 0 -8 72 69 67 64 272 $705,000
T11 Tony Finau -8 -8 0 72 67 73 68 280 $705,000
T11 Jason Kokrak -8 -2 -6 67 68 72 67 274 $705,000
T14 Rory McIlroy -7 -2 -5 68 66 74 67 275 $583,750
T14 Sergio Garcia -7 0 -7 68 70 66 69 273 $583,750
T14 Cameron Smith -7 -5 -2 68 68 73 69 278 $583,750
T14 Louis Oosthuizen -7 -3 -4 68 67 71 70 276 $583,750
T18 Harris English -6 -4 -2 66 69 75 68 278 $527,500
T18 Sam Burns -6 -4 -2 71 70 69 68 278 $527,500
T20 Sungjae Im -4 -3 -1 71 70 70 68 279 $497,500
T20 Jordan Spieth -4 -4 0 69 67 70 74 280 $497,500
T22 Erik van Rooyen -3 0 -3 69 73 68 67 277 $466,667
T22 Corey Conners -3 -1 -2 67 72 70 69 278 $466,667
T22 Scottie Scheffler -3 -1 -2 67 72 68 71 278 $466,667
25 Patrick Reed -2 0 -2 72 69 66 71 278 $445,000
T26 Hideki Matsuyama E -1 1 77 65 69 70 281 $425,000
T26 Stewart Cink E -1 1 72 68 71 70 281 $425,000
T26 Collin Morikawa E -3 3 70 73 68 72 283 $425,000
29 Joaquin Niemann 4 -1 5 72 71 70 72 285 $405,000

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