Scottie Scheffler's 5h PGA Tour win of the year moves him into 7th on all-time money list

Jun 9, 2024; Dublin, Ohio, USA; Scottie Scheffler tees off on the 18th hole during the final round of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Adam Cairns-USA TODAY Sports
Jun 9, 2024; Dublin, Ohio, USA; Scottie Scheffler tees off on the 18th hole during the final round of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Adam Cairns-USA TODAY Sports

Scottie Scheffler earned his 11th PGA Tour win Sunday at the 2024 Memorial Tournament. In a quirk of scheduling, it’s his first victory after the month of April.

Regardless, a win is a win is a win, and Scheffler now has five this year, the first to win five in a season since Justin Thomas seven years ago.

What’s more, it’s yet another signature event victory, which means elevated first-place cash. This Memorial win was good for $4 million and brings his career on-course earnings on the PGA Tour to $66,589,782.

His win in April at the Masters moved him into 10th all-time. This latest victory has leapfrogged him past Justin Rose and Adam Scott into the No. 7 slot.

His 11 wins include two Masters, two Players (the richest event on the PGA Tour), two Arnold Palmer Invitationals, two WM Phoenix Opens (one of which was a signature event) as well as a Match Play, an RBC Heritage and now a Memorial.

He is a Tiger Woods-hosted Genesis Invitational shy of winning all three of the player-hosted events.

Scottie Scheffler’s 11 PGA Tour wins

Scheffler is one of 16 players in the history of the PGA Tour to reach the $50 million plateau in on-course earnings.

Runner-up Collin Morikawa and Ben An became the ninth and 10th players this season to cross $5 million in earnings.

Here’s a closer look at how much each player who made the cut in the 73-man field earned from a purse of $20 million.

Prize money payouts

Position

Player

Score

Earnings

1

Scottie Scheffler

-8

$4,000,000

2

Collin Morikawa

-7

$2,200,000

3

Adam Hadwin

-4

$1,400,000

4

Christiaan Bezuidenhout

-3

$1,000,000

T5

Matt Fitzpatrick

-2

$766,667

T5

Ludvig Aberg

-2

$766,667

T5

Sepp Straka

-2

$766,667

T8

Hideki Matsuyama

-1

$579,000

T8

Sungjae Im

-1

$579,000

T8

Tony Finau

-1

$579,000

T8

Xander Schauffele

-1

$579,000

T12

Victor Perez

E

$430,333

T12

Sahith Theegala

E

$430,333

T12

Nick Dunlap

E

$430,333

T15

Billy Horschel

2

$329,000

T15

Sam Burns

2

$329,000

T15

Si Woo Kim

2

$329,000

T15

Viktor Hovland

2

$329,000

T15

Rory McIlroy

2

$329,000

T20

Corey Conners

3

$259,500

T20

Tommy Fleetwood

3

$259,500

T22

Alex Noren

4

$200,200

T22

Byeong Hun An

4

$200,200

T22

J.T. Poston

4

$200,200

T22

Max Homa

4

$200,200

T22

Akshay Bhatia

4

$200,200

T27

Emiliano Grillo

5

$143,500

T27

Adam Svensson

5

$143,500

T27

Nick Taylor

5

$143,500

T27

Davis Thompson

5

$143,500

T27

Russell Henley

5

$143,500

T27

Seamus Power

5

$143,500

T33

Justin Thomas

6

$106,500

T33

Taylor Pendrith

6

$106,500

T33

Matt Kuchar

6

$106,500

T33

Peter Malnati

6

$106,500

T33

Jason Day

6

$106,500

T33

Brian Harman

6

$106,500

T39

Austin Eckroat

7

$88,000

T39

Denny McCarthy

7

$88,000

T41

Thomas Detry

8

$80,000

T41

Will Zalatoris

8

$80,000

T43

Tom Kim

9

$72,000

T43

Keegan Bradley

9

$72,000

T45

Tom Hoge

10

$60,500

T45

Lee Hodges

10

$60,500

T45

Andrew Putnam

10

$60,500

T45

Eric Cole

10

$60,500

49

Shane Lowry

12

$54,000

T50

Cameron Young

13

$51,500

T50

Cam Davis

13

$51,500

52

Jackson Koivun (a)

18

$0

This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Scottie Scheffler makes $4 million with Memorial Tournament win

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