2022 Tour Championship final results: Prize money payout, leaderboard and how much each golfer won
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2022 Tour Championship final results: Prize money payout, leaderboard and how much each golfer won



The 2022 Tour Championship final leaderboard is headed by winner Rory McIlroy, who prevailed by a shot to win the FedEx Cup at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga.

Starting the final round six shots behind No. 1 seed and leader Scottie Scheffler, McIlroy tracked down Scheffler and ultimately took the lead late in the round. He held on down the stretch, including nervy play of the par-5 18th hole, to win the FedEx Cup for the third time.

Scheffler made par on the final hole to secure a share of second place with Sungjae Im.

McIlroy won the $18,000,000 winner's share of the $59,725,000 purse.

Tour Championship recap notes

McIlroy had the lowest 72-hole score in the event without starting strokes, meaning he won the 38 first-place Official World Golf Ranking points with the win in the 72-hole stroke-play championship, which will boost his world ranking.

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

A total of 29 players finished the tournament in the 48th event of the 2020-2022 PGA Tour season after a 36-hole cut was not made. Will Zalatoris did not compete in the event due to back injury and earned $500,000 for 30th place.

The 2021-2022 PGA Tour schedule is over, with the 2022-2023 PGA Tour season starting in two weeks with the Fortinet Championship in California.

2022 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 Rory McIlroy -21 -4 -17 67 67 63 66 263 $18,000,000
T2 Scottie Scheffler -20 -10 -10 65 66 66 73 270 $5,750,000
T2 Sungjae Im -20 -4 -16 67 65 66 66 264 $5,750,000
4 Xander Schauffele -18 -6 -12 66 63 70 69 268 $4,000,000
T5 Max Homa -17 -2 -15 71 62 66 66 265 $2,750,000
T5 Justin Thomas -17 -3 -14 67 68 63 68 266 $2,750,000
T7 Sepp Straka -16 -4 -12 68 68 64 68 268 $1,750,000
T7 Patrick Cantlay -16 -8 -8 70 66 66 70 272 $1,750,000
9 Tony Finau -15 -4 -11 72 66 67 64 269 $1,250,000
10 Tom Hoge -14 -1 -13 66 66 66 69 267 $1,000,000
T11 Hideki Matsuyama -13 -2 -11 70 66 63 70 269 $925,000
T11 Joaquin Niemann -13 -2 -11 64 67 69 69 269 $925,000
T13 Aaron Wise -12 0 -12 65 67 66 70 268 $825,000
T13 Jordan Spieth -12 -2 -10 68 68 69 65 270 $825,000
T15 J.T. Poston -11 0 -11 65 69 66 69 269 $715,000
T15 Viktor Hovland -11 -2 -9 71 68 67 65 271 $715,000
T15 Jon Rahm -11 -3 -8 67 63 71 71 272 $715,000
T15 Matt Fitzpatrick -11 -3 -8 64 71 67 70 272 $715,000
19 Cameron Young -10 -3 -7 67 67 70 69 273 $660,000
20 Cameron Smith -9 -4 -5 67 71 68 69 275 $640,000
T21 Billy Horschel -8 -1 -7 68 70 66 69 273 $600,000
T21 Brian Harman -8 -1 -7 68 70 68 67 273 $600,000
T21 Collin Morikawa -8 -1 -7 66 69 65 73 273 $600,000
24 Sam Burns -7 -5 -2 69 74 67 68 278 $565,000
25 Adam Scott -4 0 -4 68 70 68 70 276 $550,000
26 Corey Conners -3 -1 -2 74 66 71 67 278 $540,000
27 K.H. Lee -1 0 -1 68 72 69 70 279 $530,000
28 Sahith Theegala 1 0 1 71 72 67 71 281 $520,000
29 Scott Stallings 3 -3 6 70 74 69 73 286 $510,000

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