Honda Classic 2013 purse: Michael Thompson earns more than $1 million for win

Stuart Franklin

Thompson earned a seven-figure paycheck for his victory, and several other golfers earned nice paydays.

Michael Thompson's first PGA Tour victory brought him a big payday -- he will receive $1,080,000. Sixteen other players earned six-figure paychecks, including notables like Lee Westwood, Justin Rose and Graeme McDowell.

Tiger Woods had a rough final round -- he shot a four-over 74 -- which dropped him in the standings and cost him some money. He'll take home $27,600.

Here's a partial list of the tournament payouts:

1. Michael Thompson ($1,080,000)
2. Geoff Ogilvy ($648,000)
3. Luke Guthrie ($408,000)
4. David Lynn ($226,200)
5. Justin Rose ($226,200)
6. Erik Compton ($226,200)
7. Lucas Glover ($226,200)
8. Keegan Bradley ($226,200)
9. Lee Westwood ($156,000)
10. Charl Schwartzel ($156,000)
11. Graeme McDowell ($156,000)
12. Graham DeLaet ($156,000)
13. Peter Hanson ($109,200)
14. Darron Stiles ($109,200)
15. Chris Stroud ($109,200)
16. Rickie Fowler ($109,200)
17. Russell Henley ($109,200)

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