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RBC Canadian Open: Total purse, payout breakdown, and winner’s share

The final round of the RBC Canadian Open is set to begin on Sunday morning at Hamilton Golf and Country Club in Hamilton, Ontario, as three players are tied for the lead after 54 holes.

The event purse is set at $7.6 million and the winner will take home $1.368 million. The second-place finisher is expected to earn $820,800, while the third-place finisher will likely walk away with $516,800.

Below is a complete payout breakdown for the top 70 in the field at the RBC Canadian Open.

2019 RBC Canadian Open Payout Breakdown

1. $1,368,000
2. $820,800
3. $516,800
4. $364,800
5. $304,000
6. $273,600
7. $254,600
8. $235,600
9. $220,400
10. $205,200
11. $190,000
12. $174,800
13. $159,600
14. $144,400
15. $136,800
16. $129,200
17. $121,600
18. $114,000
19. $106,400
20. $98,800
21. $91,200
22. $85,120
23. $79,040
24. $72,960
25. $66,880
26. $60,800
27. $58,520
28. $56,240
29. $53,960
30. $51,680
31. $49,400
32. $47,120
33. $44,840
34. $42,940
35. $41,040
36. $39,140
37. $37,240
38. $35,720
39. $34,200
40. $32,680
41. $31,160
42. $29,640
43. $28,120
44. $26,600
45. $25,080
46. $23,560
47. $22,040
48. $20,824
49. $19,760
50. $19,152
51. $18,696
52. $18,240
53. $17,936
54. $17,632
55. $17,480
56. $17,328
57. $17,176
58. $17,024
59. $16,872
60. $16,720
61. $16,568
62. $16,416
63. $16,264
64. $16,112
65. $15,960
66. $15,808
67. $15,656
68. $15,504
69. $15,352
70. $15,200

The RBC Canadian Open purse is set at $7.6 million, with the winner slated to take home $1.368 million from Ontario.

How much prize money each golfer earned at the 2018 RBC Canadian Open

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Dustin Johnson makes the game look easy. Even too easy. Just as he did at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in January, when he won by eight strokes, and the FedEx St. Jude Classic in June, where he won by six, Johnson cruised to another victory on Sunday at the RBC Canadian Open, his third of the 2017-’18 season. After starting the round in a four-way tie for the lead, DJ sprinted out front early at Glen Abbey Golf Club outside Toronto, making birdies on the first two holes. And despite a weather delay that could have stopped his momentum, he returned when the skies cleared and went on to post a closing 66, claiming a three-stroke win over Whee Kim and Byeong Hun An. Johnson now has 19 career PGA Tour titles, with ninth of them won by three strokes or more.

For his efforts, Johnson pocketed another $1.16 million. How much did the rest of the field bank? Here’s a look at the money earned by every player who made the cut at Glen Abbey this weekend.

Win: Dustin Johnson, -23, $1,116,000.00
T-2: Byeong Hun An, -20, $545,600.00
T-2: Whee Kim, -20, $545,600.00
4: Keegan Bradley, -19, $297,600.00
5: Abraham Ancer, -17, $248,000.00
T-6: Tommy Fleetwood, -16, $215,450.00
T-6: Danny Lee, -16, $215,450.00
T-8: Joel Dahmen, -15, $173,600.00
T-8: Mackenzie Hughes, -15, $173,600.00
T-8: Andrew Putnam, -15, $173,600.00
T-8: Brandt Snedeker, -15, $173,600.00
T-12: Jason Kokrak, -14, 121,520.00
T-12: Shane Lowry, -14, $121,520.00
T-12: Ian Poulter, -14, $121,520.00
T-12: Rory Sabbatini, -14, $121,520.00
T-12: Hudson Swafford, -14, $121,520.00
T-17: Ricky Barnes, -13, $86,800.00
T-17: Tyler Duncan, -13, $86,800.00
T-17: Graeme McDowell, -13, $86,800.00
T-17: Kevin Tway, -13, $86,800.00
T-17: Harold Varner III, -13, $86,800.00

Dustin Johnson grabbed his third win of the 2018 season at the RBC Canadian Open. Here's how much money DJ and the rest of the field earned at Glen Abbey