Payout info, winner’s share in Scotland

Xander Schauffele leads heading into Sunday’s final round at Renaissance Club.

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After three blustery days of play at the Renaissance Club, we’ve reached the final round of play at the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open. Here’s everything you need to know about tournament money, including purse, payout and winner’s share.

Genesis Scottish Open final round preview

Golf’s best have headed into the leftland for a brief summer “holiday” with many players tackling three events spread across three weeks in golf’s homeland. After relatively tame conditions at Adare Manor for the JP McManus Pro-Am, things have ratcheted up significantly at Renaissance Club, with golfers battling wind, bouncy conditions and plenty of thick rough en route to a proper links golf test.

Links golf is the great equalizer, and the first three days at the Scottish Open have proven as much. The game’s longest hitters have faded at Renaissance, leaving the stage open for golf’s shotmakers, who have not disappointed.

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Through 54 holes, Xander Schauffele leads the way at 7 under after a Saturday 66. Schauffele is looking for his second win in as many starts, hoping to ride a hot streak straight into St. Louis. Andrews for next week’s 150th Open Championship. But if he’s going to hang on, he’ll have to outlast Jordan Spieth, who is looking to conjure some of his old self’s links magic at Renaissance. Spieth enters Sunday trailing by three. Further back, Matt Fitzpatrick, the reigning US Open Champ, looks to mount a Sunday charge of his own.

Below, find everything you need to know about the Scottish Open’s $ 8 million purse, including payout information and winner’s share; you can catch the final round on CBS from noon to 3 pm ET.

Scottish Open payout information, winner’s share

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

11. $ 200,000

12. $ 184,000

13. $ 168,000

14. $ 152,000

15. $ 142,720

16. $ 134,080

17. $ 126,080

18. $ 118,080

19. $ 110,080

20. $ 102,080

21. $ 94,080

22. $ 87,680

23. $ 81,280

24. $ 74,880

25. $ 68,480

26. $ 62,080

27. $ 59,680

28. $ 57,280

29. $ 54,880

30. $ 52,480

31. $ 50,080

32. $ 47,680

33. $ 45,280

34. $ 43,280

35. $ 41,280

36. $ 39,280

37. $ 37,280

38. $ 35,680

39. $ 34,080

40. $ 32,480

41. $ 30,880

42. $ 29,280

43. $ 27,680

44. $ 26,080

45. $ 24,480

46. ​​$ 22,880

47. $ 21,280

48. $ 20,000

49. $ 18,880

50. $ 18,240

51. $ 17,760

52. $ 17,280

53. $ 16,960

54. $ 16,640

55. $ 16,480

56. $ 16,320

57. $ 16,160

58. $ 16,000

59. $ 15,840

60. $ 15,680

61. $ 15,520

62. $ 15,360

63. $ 15,200

64. $ 15,040

65. $ 14,880

66. $ 14,720

67. $ 14,560

68. $ 14,400

69. $ 14,240

70. $ 14,080

71. $ 13,920

72. $ 13,760

73. $ 13,600

74. $ 13,440

75. $ 13,280

76. $ 13,120

77. $ 12,960

78. $ 12,800

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James Colgan is an assistant editor at GOLF, contributing stories for the website and magazine on a broad range of topics. He writes the Hot Mic, GOLF’s weekly media column, and utilizes his broadcast experience across the brand’s social media and video platforms. A 2019 graduate of Syracuse University, James – and evidently, his golf game – is still defrosting from four years in the snow, during which time he cut his teeth at NFL Films, CBS News and Fox Sports. Prior to joining GOLF, James was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from.

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