J.T. Poston clears $1.2 million


J.T. Poston didn’t just collect an Open Championship ticket, Masters invite and other Tour exemptions with his victory Sunday at the John Deere Classic. He brought home a pretty sizable paycheck, too.

Poston won $1.278 million for his three-shot victory at TPC Deere Run, pushing his career total to nearly $10 million.

Full-field scores from John Deere Classic

He also added 500 FedExCup points to rise to No. 22 in the standings.

Here’s a breakdown of the purse and FedExCup points for Poston and the rest of the players who made the John Deere Classic cut:

Finish

Player

FedEx

Earnings ($)

1

J.T. Poston

500

1,278,000

2

Christiaan Bezuidenhout

245

631,900

2

Emiliano Grillo

245

631,900

4

Christopher Gotterup

319,500

4

Scott Stallings

123

319,500

6

Denny McCarthy

95

248,500

6

Callum Tarren

95

248,500

8

Cam Davis

83

214,775

8

Maverick McNealy

83

214,775

10

Patrick Flavin

179,275

10

Michael Gligic

70

179,275

10

Chesson Hadley

70

179,275

13

Charles Howell III

57

139,042

13

Adam Long

57

139,042

13

Mark Hubbard

57

139,042

16

Austin Cook

46

97,803

16

Bo Hoag

46

97,803

16

Patton Kizzire

46

97,803

16

Chris Naegel

97,803

16

Matthias Schwab

46

97,803

16

Greyson Sigg

46

97,803

16

Alex Smalley

46

97,803

16

Sahith Theegala

46

97,803

24

Kelly Kraft

33

57,865

24

David Lipsky

33

57,865

24

Ryan Moore

33

57,865

24

Taylor Moore

33

57,865

24

C.T. Pan

33

57,865

24

Adam Svensson

33

57,865

30

Nick Hardy

21

39,082

30

Stephan Jaeger

21

39,082

30

Brandon Wu

21

39,082

30

Hayden Buckley

21

39,082

30

Dylan Frittelli

21

39,082

30

Satoshi Kodaira

21

39,082

30

Martin Laird

21

39,082

30

Peter Malnati

21

39,082

30

Andrew Novak

21

39,082

30

Patrick Rodgers

21

39,082

30

Vaughn Taylor

21

39,082

41

Andrew Putnam

15

28,755

41

Kevin Streelman

15

28,755

43

Jonathan Byrd

10

21,975

43

Fabián Gómez

10

21,975

43

Lee Hodges

10

21,975

43

Hank Lebioda

10

21,975

43

Seung-Yul Noh

10

21,975

43

Brendon Todd

10

21,975

43

Vince Whaley

10

21,975

43

Dylan Wu

10

21,975

51

Aaron Baddeley

6

16,880

51

Derek Ernst

6

16,880

51

Tommy Gainey

6

16,880

51

Morgan Hoffmann

16,880

51

Anirban Lahiri

6

16,880

51

Justin Lower

6

16,880

51

Preston Stanley

16,880

51

Curtis Thompson

6

16,880

59

Michael Thompson

5

16,117

60

Zach Johnson

5

15,904

60

Sam Ryder

5

15,904

62

Kramer Hickok

5

15,691

63

Brandon Hagy

4

15,407

63

Rory Sabbatini

4

15,407

63

Martin Trainer

4

15,407

66

Seth Reeves

4

15,123

67

James Hahn

4

14,910

67

Omar Uresti

4

14,910

69

Ricky Barnes

3

14,697

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