FedEx Cup 2016 prize money: What every golfer earns from $35 million purse

The FedEx Cup Playoffs came to an end on Sunday at East Lake in the Tour Championship, and on top of the tournament prize money, there are millions of dollars in FedEx Cup bonuses to be distributed.

The top 150 golfers in the FedEx Cu standings will receive a bonus payout of at least $32,000 with $10 million going to the FedEx Cup champion. In total, $35 million will be divided among the 150 players with the top five in the FedEx Cup standings all receiving $1 million or more.

Here is the full breakdown of FedEx Cup bonus money by finishing position:

PositionPrize Money
1 -- Rory McIlroy$10,000,000
2 -- Dustin Johnson$3,000,000
3 -- Patrick Reed$2,000,000
4 -- Adam Scott$1,500,000
5 -- Paul Casey$1,000,000
6 -- Jason Day$800,000
7 -- Ryan Moore$700,000
8 -- Kevin Chappell$600,000
9 -- Jordan Spieth$550,000
10 -- Russell Knox$500,000
11 -- Emiliano Grillo$300,000
12 -- Justin Thomas$290,000
13 -- Hideki Matsuyama$280,000
14 -- Jimmy Walker$270,000
15 -- Brandt Snedeker$250,000
16 -- Phil Mickelson$245,000
17 -- Si Woo Kim$240,000
18 -- Matt Kuchar$235,000
19 -- Jason Dufner$230,000
20 -- Gary Woodland$225,000
21 -- Bubba Watson$220,000
22 -- Roberto Castro$215,000
23 -- Kevin Kisner$210,000
24 -- William McGirt$205,000
25 -- Charl Schwartzel$200,000
26 -- Daniel Berger$195,000
27 -- Sean O'Hair$190,000
28 -- Kevin Na$185,000
29 -- Jhonattan Vegas$180,000
30 -- J.B. Holmes$175,000
31 -- Rickie Fowler$165,000
32 -- Sergio Garcia$155,000
33 -- Jason Kokrak$150,000
34 -- Ryan Palmer$145,000
35 -- Brooks Koepka$142,000
36 -- Henrik Stenson$140,000
37 -- Scott Piercy$138,000
38 -- Louis Oosthuizen$137,000
39 -- James Hahn$136,000
40 -- Fabian Gomez$135,000
41 -- Branden Grace$134,000
42 -- Jim Herman$133,000
43 -- Smylie Kaufman$132,000
44 -- Charlie Hoffman$131,000
45 -- Tony Finau$130,000
46 -- Bill Haas$129,000
47 -- Harris English$128,000
48 -- Graeme McDowell$127,000
49 -- Jamie Lovemark$126,000
50 -- Billy Horschel$125,000
51 -- Justin Rose$120,000
52 -- Charles Howell III$115,000
53 -- Brian Harman$114,000
54 -- Chris Kirk$113,000
55-70$110,000
71-80$80,000
81-100$75,000
101-125$70,000
126-150$32,000
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Robby Kalland covers college football and golf for CBS Sports; he also dabbles in boxing, mixed martial arts and other sports. Prior to joining CBS in 2015, Robby spent time working for the Atlanta Hawks,... Full Bio

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