RBC Heritage 2013 purse: Graeme McDowell adds more than $1 million to career earnings

Streeter Lecka

A nearly $6 million purse provided a nice payday for the field this week, including 21 golfers who didn't even make it to the weekend.

There were some familiar names at the top of the leaderboard on Sunday at the RBC Heritage, and as such, the rich got richer. While Graeme McDowell had only one previous official win in the USA, he's continually in the money at almost every event he enters. He's contended multiple times since that win and racked up millions in career earnings.

On Sunday, he added another million-dollar payout to his coffers. It's a nice little boost for the Orlando-area resident, and might lead to free drinks for awhile at his new restaurant outside Lake Nona. Webb Simpson, another repeated contender on Tour, picked up more than $600,000 on Sunday at Hilton Head.

This event, which is one of the professionals' favorites, was in jeopardy of being dropped from the PGA Tour just a few short years ago. A title sponsor was needed after Verizon did not renew their deal with Tim Finchem and company, but RBC came through in the final days to work out a deal and keep the classic Hilton Head layout, and a nearly $6 million purse, on the rota.

There were even 21 golfers this week who did not get to the weekend but still cashed at least a $9,000 check due to the "missed cut - did not finish" rule that was put in play. Not bad work for a couple days of golf. Here are the payout totals for the field who played on the weekend at Harbour Town:

1 Graeme McDowell $1,044,000
2 Webb Simpson $626,400
T3 Luke Donald $336,400
T3 Kevin Streelman $336,400
5 Jerry Kelly $232,000
T6 Russell Henley $194,300
T6 Chris Stroud $194,300
T6 Charley Hoffman $194,300
T9 Mark Wilson $125,667
T9 Rory Sabbatini $125,667
T9 Trevor Immelman $125,667
T9 Marc Leishman $125,667
T9 Richard Lee $125,667
T9 Jordan Spieth $125,667
T9 Billy Horschel $125,667
T9 Camilo Villegas $125,667
T9 Brendon de Jonge $125,667
T18 K.J. Choi $73,080
T18 Ken Duke $73,080
T18 Johnson Wagner $73,080
T18 Pat Perez $73,080
T18 Steve LeBrun $73,080
T18 Justin Hicks $73,080
T24 Scott Langley $46,980
T24 Stewart Cink $46,980
T24 Robert Garrigus $46,980
T24 Darron Stiles $46,980
T24 Bill Haas $46,980
T24 Tim Clark $46,980
T30 Bob Estes $36,018
T30 Chris Kirk $36,018
T30 Jason Day $36,018
T30 Brian Davis $36,018
T30 Matt Jones $36,018
T35 Carl Pettersson $27,384
T35 Justin Bolli $27,384
T35 Jason Dufner $27,384
T35 Matt Kuchar $27,384
T35 Ted Potter, Jr. $27,384
T35 James Hahn $27,384
T35 Stuart Appleby $27,384
T42 Brad Fritsch $19,720
T42 Boo Weekley $19,720
T42 Kevin Stadler $19,720
T42 Aaron Baddeley $19,720
T42 Will Claxton $19,720
T42 Jim Furyk $19,720
T48 Brandt Jobe $14,417
T48 Michael Bradley $14,417
T48 Zach Johnson $14,417
T48 Sang-Moon Bae $14,417
T48 Nicholas Thompson $14,417
T48 Ben Crane $14,417
T48 Ryo Ishikawa $14,417
T55 Justin Leonard $13,166
T55 Cameron Percy $13,166
T55 Brian Gay $13,166
T55 Chez Reavie $13,166
T59 Brandt Snedeker $12,644
T59 Tim Herron $12,644
T59 Greg Owen $12,644
T59 Brian Harman $12,644
T59 Jin Park $12,644
T64 Ryan Palmer $12,238
T64 Scott Brown $12,238
T66 Jason Bohn $11,890
T66 Martin Kaymer $11,890
T66 Jonathan Byrd $11,890
T66 Jeff Maggert $11,890
70 Casey Wittenberg $11,600

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