Tampa Bay Championship 2013 purse: Kevin Streelman takes home nearly $1M

Sam Greenwood

Kevin Streelman will take home almost $1 million for getting his first-ever PGA Tour win at the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship on Sunday. Check out how the rest of the $5.5 million purse broke down.

Kevin Streelman will take home $990,000 of a $5.5 million purse after shooting 10-under over four rounds of golf to win the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship on Sunday. The PGA Tour was the first of Streelman's career, and the payday was the biggest he has ever seen as a professional golfer.

He beat out Boo Weekley, who also earned a hefty paycheck worth $594,000. For finishing in third place, Cameron Tringale earned $374,000. Because there was a three-way tie for fourth place, the money that would have given to the outright fourth, fifth and sixth-place finishers was added up and split into three $227,333 shares among Luke Donald, Greg Chalmers and Justin Leonard.

You can check out how the entire purse was divvied at GolfAndCourse.com. Here's how the money broke down for the top players:

1) Kevin Streelman - $990,000
2) Boo Weekley - $594,000
3) Cameron Tringale - $374,000
t4) Luke Donald - $227,333
t4) Greg Chalmers - $227,333
t4) Justin Leonard - $227,333
t7) Seven players at $148,893
t14) Three players at $99,000

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