2014 Deutsche Bank Championship prize money

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

Jason Day will try to win over $1 million on Monday. (Getty Images)
Jason Day will try to win over $1 million on Monday. (Getty Images)

The downside for PGA Tour golfers who made the second round of the FedEx Cup Playoffs is that they have to work on Labor Day. The upside is that they'll make a ton of money doing it.

Here's a look at what the top 10 at the 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship will make:

1. $1,440,000
2. $864,000
3. $544,000
4. $384,000
5. $320,000
6. $288,000
7. $268,000
8. $248,000
9. $232,000
10. $216,000

That's a major-like purse for the guys who are in it.

Of course if Rory McIlroy comes from behind for the win he'll just be adding to a total that could end up being the richest golf season ever.

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