Valero Texas Open 2013 purse: Martin Laird takes home $1.116 million prize

Michael Cohen

The Valero Texas Open had $6.2 million in prize money up for grabs. Martin Laird takes the $1.116 million prize for finishing in first place.

Martin Laird shot a 9-under 63 in the fourth round to leap from seventh place to first and win the 2013 Valero Texas Open. It's the fourth PGA victory in his career and first in nearly two years. For his efforts, he is rewarded with $1.116 million out of the total $6.2 million purse. He also gains 500 points in the FedEx Cup.

Rory McIlroy wasn't far behind with 12-under par. He will take home $669,600 dollars and 300 FedEx points as consolation for finishing in second place.

Here's the leaderboard and money payout for the Top 20:

1. Martin Laird, -14, $1,116,000

2. Rory McIlroy, -12, $669,600

T3. Billy Horschel, -11, $322,400

T3. Jim Furyk, -11, $322,400

T3. Charlie Hoffman, -11, $322,400

6. K.J. Choi, -9, $223,200

T7. Daniel Summerhays, -8, $193,233

T7. Jeff Overton, -8, $193,233

T7. Bob Estes, -8, $193,233

T10. Martin Flores, -7, $155,000

T10. Marcel Siem, -7, $155,000

T10. Padraig Harrington, -7, $155,000

13. Richard Lee, -6, $130,200

14. David Lynn, -5, $117,800

T15. Kevin Chappell, -4, $93,000

T15. Aaron Baddeley, -4, $93,000

T15. Fredrik Jacobson, -4, $93,000

T15. Jason Kokrak, -4, $93,000

T15. Shane Lowry, -4, $93,000

T15. D.J. Trahan, -4, $93,000

T15. Ryan Palmer, -4, $93,000

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