Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2013 purse: Brandt Snedeker adds to impressive early 2013 earnings

Harry How

It was another $1 million-plus payday for Brandt Snedeker, who continues to rake in cash this season.

Brandt Snedeker's big start to the 2013 season continued on Sunday on Monterey Peninsula, as he picked up a seven-figure payday thanks to his win at the 2013 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Snedeker has had multiple six-figure showings this season, finishing third once and second in the last two weeks. He certainly doesn't need it, as he's just four months removed from winning the grand prize $10 million pot at the end of the FedExCup.

But after finishing a distant second to Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in consecutive weeks, Snedeker closed it out on Sunday by holding a multi-shot cushion for much of the final round. Snedeker has nearly $20 million in career earnings, and even before this win, he had already earned almost $1.7 million through the first month of the season. The additional $1 million payout puts him well ahead on the season earnings list and FedExCup points list.

Chris Kirk pushed Snedeker a bit on the back nine, keeping it within two shots with another steady week on Tour. He walks away with $702,000. Phil Mickelson, who was the seven-figure winner last week, finished near the bottom of the leaderboard, earning just $14,235 of the $6.5 million purse. Here are the payout totals for the top 10 finishers:

1 Brandt Snedeker -- $1,170,000
2 Chris Kirk -- $702,000
T3 Kevin Stadler -- $338,000
T3 Jimmy Walker -- $338,000
T3 James Hahn -- $338,000
6 Jason Day -- $234,000
T7 Fredrik Jacobson -- $209,625
T7 Patrick Reed -- $209,625
T9 Patrick Cantlay -- $175,500
T9 James Driscoll -- $175,500
T9 Retief Goosen -- $175,500

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