Prize Money Breakdown: Tour Championship

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Find out how much money each player made at the Tour Championship 

Rory McIlroy's victory at the Tour Championship not earned him his second FedEx Cup title on Sunday, but also left him $15million richer in his most consistent season to date.

The increase of $5million over last year's FedEx Cup Champion Justin Rose, is just part of the biggest single event purse in PGA Tour history: $45 million will be split between the top 30 players who made it to East Lake. 

The top eight players will all make over $1million, and a top-five finish guarantees a bigger paycheck that if they had won any other tournament in 2019. 

Here's what each position will take home at the end of the Tour Championship.

Prize Money Breakdown by position

1. $15 million - Rory McIlroy
2. $5 million - Xander Schauffele
T3. $3.5 million - Justin Thomas
T3. $3.5 million - Brooks Koepka
5. $2.5 million - Paul Casey
6. $1.9 million - Adam Scott
7. $1.3 million - Tony Finau
8. $1.1 million - Chez Reavie
T9. $843,333.33 - Patrick Reed
T9. $843,333.33 - Kevin Kisner
T9. $843,333.33 - Hideki Matsuyama
T12. $682,500 - Bryson DeChambeau
T12. $682,500 - Jon Rahm
14. $620,000 - Jason Kokrak
15. $595,000 - Gary Woodland
T16. $551,666.68 - Tommy Fleetwood
T16. $551,666.68 - Matt Kuchar
T16. $551,666.68 - Webb Simpson
T19. $512,500 - Sungjae Im
T19. $512,500 - Rickie Fowler
T21. $478,000 - Louis Oosthuizen
T21. $478,000 - Abraham Ancer
T21. $478,000 - Patrick Cantlay
T24. $450,500- Marc Leishman 
T24. $450,500 - Brandt Snedeker
T26. $430,000 - Justin Rose
T26. $430,000 - Corey Conners
28. $415,000 - Charles Howell III 
T29. $400,000- Lucas Glover
T29. $400,000 - Dustin Johnson