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The prize money for each golfer at the 2022 Cadence Bank Houston Open is listed below.


With back-to-back victories at the 3M Open and Rocket Mortgage Classic in July, Tony Finau began rewriting the story of his PGA Tour career, unwinding some of the criticism about his inability to close out titles when given the opportunity.

The 33-year-old was busy editing on Sunday at the Cadence Bank Houston Open.

Finau began the final round at Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston with a four-shot lead over Ben Taylor and a seven-shot lead over the rest of the field, which he increased to eight with four birdies on the front nine. It enabled him to make three bogeys on the back nine—his first three since Friday—and still win by four strokes over Tyson Alexander with a final-round 69.

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Finau won his fifth career title, but only for the second time in seven attempts after taking the lead into the final 18 holes. It’s not like he was stumbling every Sunday; in June, at the RBC Canadian Open, he shot a closing 64 but was passed by Rory McIlroy’s 62. And at the 2021 American Express, Si Woo Kim’s 64 overshadowed his final-round 68. Finau’s worst final-round score in those six starts was a two-over 72 at the 2018 U.S. Open, but he finished runner-up three times and never finished lower than fifth.

“Winning breeds confidence, but I think you also have to make it happen, and I was able to make it happen with the lead a couple weeks in a row last year, and I’m sitting on another lead, sleeping on another lead tonight,” Finau said on Saturday. “I’m excited for the challenge.” It will be difficult; winning on the PGA Tour is not easy. It’s not as simple as some guys make it appear.”

Finau secured the first-place prize money payout of $1.512 million from an overall purse of $8.4 million with the wire-to-wire victory, after missing the cut last week in Mexico while making his first start on the 2022-23 PGA Tour season. Finau has now won more than $1 million on tour for the ninth consecutive season, bringing his career earnings to $33 million and propelling him to 27th place on the tour’s all-time money list.

The prize money for each golfer who made the cut in Houston is listed below. Return shortly after the tournament ends, and we’ll update the list with individual names and payout amounts.

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Tony Finau won with a score of 264/-16 and $1,512,000.

2nd place: Tyson Alexander (268/-12, $915,600).

Ben Taylor (369/-11, $579,600)

Trey Mullinax, 272/-8, $353,500, T-4

Alex Noren, 272/-8, $353,500, T-4

Alex Smalley, 272/-8, $353,500, T-4

Adam Hadwin, 273/-7, $273,000 T-7

Aaron Rai, 273/-7, $273,000, T-7

Joseph Bramlett, T-9, 274/-6, $196,500

Joel Dahmen, T-9, 274/-6, $196,500

Stephan Jaeger, T-9, 274/-6, $196,500

Keith Mitchell, 274/-6, $196,500, T-9

Justin Rose, T-9, 274/-6, $196,500

Scottie Scheffler, T-9, 274/-6, $196,500

Gary Woodland, 274/-6, $196,500, T-9

Wyndham Clark, 275/-5, $123,900 T-16

Jason Day (T-16), 275/-5, $123,900

Ben Griffin, T-16, 275/-5, $123,900

Mackenzie Hughes, T-16, 275/-5, $123,900

Scott Piercy, T-16, 275/-5, $123,900

Patrick Rodgers, T-16, 275/-5, $123,900

You won’t believe how many professionals have earned $10 million on the PGA Tour without ever winning a tournament.

Martin Laird, T-22, 276/-4, $84,420

David Lipsky, T-22, 276/-4, $84,420

Sahith Theegala, T-22, 276/-4, $84,420

Aaron Wise, T-22, 276/-4, $84,420

Callum Tarren, 26/-3, $67,620

Ryan Armour, T-27, 278/-2, $56,332.50

Austin Cook, T-27, 278/-2, $56,332.50

James Hahn, T-27, 278/-2, $56,332.50

Cole Hammer, 278/-2, $56,332.50, T-27

Russell Knox, T-27, 278/-2, $56,332.50

Maverick McNealy, T-27, 278/-2, $56,332.50

Davis Riley, T-27, 278/-2, $56,332.50

Kyle Westmoreland, T-27, 278/-2, $56,332.50

Eric Cole, T-35, 279/-1, $42,735

Si Woo Kim, T-35, 279/-1, $42,735

Andrew Putnam, T-35, 279/-1, $42,735

Carl Yuan, T-35, 279/-1, $42,735

Harris English, 280/E, $36,540 T-39

Harry Hall, 280/E, $36,540 T-39

Adam Svensson, 280/E, $36,540, T-39

Travis Vick, 280/E, Amateur, T-39

Tour pro was disqualified for knowingly putting the 15th club in his bag.

Erik Barnes, 281/+1, $30,660, T-43

Will Gordon, 281/+1, $30,660, T-43

Davis Thompson, 281/+1, $30,660, T-43

Kevin Tway, 281/+1, $30,660, T-43

Zack Fischer, T-47, 282/+2, $23,704.80

Michael Kim, T-47, 282/+2, $23,704.80

S.H. Kim, 282/+2, $23,704.80, T-47

Francesco Molinari, T-47, 282/+2, $23,704.80

Justin Suh, T-47, 282/+2, $23,704.80

Robby Shelton, 52, 283/+3, $21,084

Byeong Hun An, T-53, 284/+4, $20,118

Denny McCarthy, T-53, 284/+4, $20,118

Matthew NeSmith, 284/+4, $20,118, T-53

Nick Watney, T-53, 284/+4, $20,118

Stewart Cink, T-57, 285/+5, $19,236

Zach Johnson, T-57, 285/+5, $19,236

Luke List, T-57, 285/+5, $19,236

Taylor Montgomery, T-57, 285/+5, $19,236

Sam Stevens, T-57, 285/+5, $19,236

Paul Haley II, T-62, 286/+6, $18,648

Brandon Wu, 286/+6, $18,648 (T-62).

Seung-Yul Noh, T-64, 287/+7, $18,312

Matthias Schwab (T-64), 287/+7, $18,312

Taylor Pendrith (66), 288/+8, $18,060

Max McGreevy, 67, 291/+11, $17,892

Zecheng Dou (68), 293/+13, $17,724

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