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The total FedEx Cup prize money for the 2023 PGA Tour season was a staggering $75 million.

It was the same bonus structure as the 2022 season, where Rory McIlroy took home a huge chunk of that purse with an $18m cheque after an epic victory in the Tour Championship at East Lake.

This year’s FedEx Cup Playoffs worked slightly differently, with only 70 players reaching the PGA Tour’s post-season instead of 125, with three events to determine the 2023 champion.

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From 2023 FedEx Cup champion Viktor Hovland down, here’s the final top 30 standings in the 2023 FedEx Cup and how much they took home…

2023 FedEx Cup prize money

Total FedEx Cup bonus purse: $75,000,000

1st: $18,000,000 – Viktor Hovland

2nd: $6,500,000 – Xander Schauffele

3rd: $5,000,000 – Wyndham Clark

4th: $4,000,000 – Rory McIlroy

5th: $3,000,000 – Patrick Cantlay

T6th: $2,000,000 – Tommy Fleetwood, Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa

T9th: $990,000 – Sam Burns, Matt Fitzpatrick, Max Homa, Adam Schenk, Keegan Bradley

T14th: $780,000 – Russell Henley, Sepp Straka

T16th: $710,000 – Rickie Fowler, Tyrrell Hatton

T18th: $670,000 – Jon Rahm, Lucas Glover

T20th: $620,000 – Si Woo Kim, Tony Finau, Tom Kim

23rd: $580,000 – Brian Harman

24th: $565,000 – Sungjae Im

25th: $550,000 – Nick Taylor

26th: $540,000 – Corey Conners

27th: $530,000 – Jordan Spieth

28th: $520,000 – Jason Day

T29th: $505,000 – Emiliano Grillo, Taylor Moore

How the 2023 FedEx Cup prize money compares

The Fed Ex Cup prize money was bumped up $15m in 2022 but has stayed the same in 2023. Here’s the last five years of prize purses for the PGA Tour’s finale.


Winner: Rory McIlroy – $18,000,000
Total purse: $75,000,000


Winner: Patrick Cantlay – $15,000,000
Total purse: $60,000,000


Winner: Dustin Johnson – $15,000,000
Total purse: $60,000,000


Winner: Rory McIlroy – $15,000,000
Total purse: $60,000,000


Winner: Justin Rose – $10,000,000
Total purse: $35,000,000

Comcast Business Tour Top 10 bonuses

The lucrative PGA Tour bonuses do not end at the FedEx Cup for the game’s highest performing players. At the conclusion of the 2022-2023 regular season before the playoffs get under way, bonuses are awarded for the top ten players in the FedEx Cup standings via the Comcast Bonus Tour. Remarkably, the player leading the standings will pocket $4m from a $20m bonus pool.

Comcast Business Tour Top 10

1st: $4,000,000 – Jon Rahm

2nd: $3,000,000 – Scottie Scheffler

3rd: $2,400,000 – Rory McIlroy

4th: $2,200,000 – Max Homa

5th: $2,000,000 – Wyndham Clark

6th: $1,700,000 – Brian Harman

7th: $1,400,000 – Viktor Hovland

8th: $1,200,000 – Keegan Bradley

9th: $1,100,000 – Rickie Fowler

10th: $1,000,000 – Tony Finau

FedEx Cup 2024 prize money

The shake-up to the PGA Tour schedule means that the FedEx Cup prize money will increase again in 2024.

Incredibly, the $18million first prize has been bumped up to an even more mouth-watering $25million for the 2024 FedEx Cup champion.

The Wyndham Championship will once again serve as the culmination of the PGA Tour’s Regular Season, with only 70 players advancing to the 2024 FedExCup Playoffs.

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