Wells Fargo Championship 2013 purse: Derek Ernst cashes career payout at Quail Hollow

Streeter Lecka

Derek Ernst, a rookie who had made less than $30,000 before Sunday, picks up a $1.2 million payday in Charlotte.

It was a career-defining Sunday for Derek Ernst, a PGA Tour rookie who earned his card in last year's final Q-school and started the week as the fourth alternate at the 2013 Wells Fargo Championship. Ernst became a late addition to the field at Quail Hollow when several players withdrew, concerned about the rough shape of the greens at the Charlotte-area course. Four days later on Sunday afternoon, Ernst shot up more than 1000 spots in the world rankings is $1.2 million richer after picking up a playoff win over David Lynn.

In his first season on Tour, Ernst had missed five cuts in his first seven events, with his best finish just inside the top 50 last week at the Zurich Classic in New Orleans. The only other time he made the weekend was at the Sony Open, just the second tournament of the year way back in January. Those two events put his career PGA Tour earnings slightly north of $28,000 before this week. That number will get a bit of a bump now.

Here are the full payout totals for the players who made it to the weekend. This does not include the 11 players who received a "Missed Cut -- Did Not Finish" designation, and like two weeks ago at Harbour Town, earned at least 11K for only two days of work. Not bad if you can get it.

Place Player Payout
1 Derek Ernst $1,206,000.00
2 David Lynn $723,600.00
3 Phil Mickelson $455,600.00
T4 Lee Westwood $294,800.00
T4 Robert Karlsson $294,800.00
T6 Kyle Stanley $216,912.00
T6 Bo Van Pelt $216,912.00
T6 Kevin Streelman $216,912.00
T6 Ryan Moore $216,912.00
T10 Ross Fisher $148,517.00
T10 Vaughn Taylor $148,517.00
T10 Charles Howell III $148,517.00
T10 Rory McIlroy $148,517.00
T10 Brian Harman $148,517.00
T10 Nick Watney $148,517.00
T16 Luke List $97,150.00
T16 Henrik Norlander $97,150.00
T16 D.H. Lee $97,150.00
T16 Sergio Garcia $97,150.00
T16 D.A. Points $97,150.00
T16 George McNeill $97,150.00
T22 John Rollins $64,320.00
T22 Jimmy Walker $64,320.00
T22 Scott Gardiner $64,320.00
T22 John Merrick $64,320.00
T22 John Senden $64,320.00
T27 Robert Garrigus $47,570.00
T27 Brian Davis $47,570.00
T27 Robert Allenby $47,570.00
T27 Shawn Stefani $47,570.00
T27 Lucas Glover $47,570.00
T32 Jordan Spieth $37,073.00
T32 Josh Teater $37,073.00
T32 Webb Simpson $37,073.00
T32 Ted Potter, Jr. $37,073.00
T32 Pat Perez $37,073.00
T32 Patrick Reed $37,073.00
T38 James Driscoll $28,810.00
T38 Martin Flores $28,810.00
T38 Bud Cauley $28,810.00
T38 Geoff Ogilvy $28,810.00
T38 Scott Brown $28,810.00
T43 Daniel Summerhays $20,904.00
T43 Lee Williams $20,904.00
T43 Richard Lee $20,904.00
T43 David Hearn $20,904.00
T43 Russell Henley $20,904.00
T43 Rod Pampling $20,904.00
T43 Brendon de Jonge $20,904.00
T50 Peter Tomasulo $15,829.00
T50 Chris Kirk $15,829.00
T50 Ryo Ishikawa $15,829.00
T50 Stuart Appleby $15,829.00
T50 Jason Kokrak $15,829.00
T50 James Hahn $15,829.00
T50 Nathan Smith $15,829.00
T50 Tommy Gainey $15,829.00
T58 Dicky Pride $14,874.00
T58 Trevor Immelman $14,874.00
T58 Boo Weekley $14,874.00
T61 Steve Marino $14,405.00
T61 Gary Woodland $14,405.00
T61 Steven Bowditch $14,405.00
T61 Will Claxton $14,405.00
T65 Zach Johnson $13,936.00
T65 Roberto Castro $13,936.00
T65 Hunter Haas $13,936.00
T68 Casey Wittenberg $13,534.00
T68 Matteo Manassero $13,534.00
T68 Brad Fritsch $13,534.00
71 Angel Cabrera $13,266.00
72 Luke Guthrie $13,132.00

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