U.S. Open purse 2013: Justin Rose wins $1.44 million

Ross Kinnaird

Rose held on to win the 2013 U.S. Open, and as a result will take home a check worth close to $1.5 million.

Justin Rose was able to overcome rain and difficult course conditions at the Merion Golf Club to win the 2013 U.S. Open, and now he will be rewarded handsomely. By holding off a crowded leaderboard, Rose will take home the first-place prize worth $1.44 million.

Rose shot an even-par 70 in the final round to win the first major championship of his career. He played well early, finishing the front nine at 1-under, and was able to navigate Merion's difficult closing stretch well enough to hang on for the one-stroke victory over Phil Mickelson. Rose bogeyed the final two holes on Saturday, but managed to play the 17th and 18th at even par on Sunday to secure the victory.

As it did during the first three rounds, Merion got the better of most players on Sunday. Golfers near the top of the leaderboard struggled to make pars down the stretch, with falling rain only making matters more difficult. Players moved up and down the leaderboard with hundreds of thousands of dollars at stake — not to mention the U.S. Open title.

For the sixth time in his career, Mickelson finished as the runner-up in the U.S. Open. Although he wasn't able to capture his first U.S. Open title, Mickelson will take home a check worth nearly $700,000. While the finish was worth a small fortune, it isn't likely to be much of a consolation prize for Mickelson, who has made close to $70 million in PGA Tour winnings during his career.

Players able to overcome conditions well enough to finish in the top 10 will all take home at least $200,000. Each of the top three finishers will receive a check worth more than $500,000.

Here's a look at the complete payouts for the field that made the cut at Merion:

Place Player Payout Amount
1 Justin Rose $1,440,000
T2 Jason Day $696,104
T2 Phil Mickelson $696,104
T4 Jason Dufner $291,406
T4 Ernie Els $291,406
T4 Billy Horschel $291,406
T4 Hunter Mahan $291,406
T8 Luke Donald $210,006
T8 Steve Stricker $210,006
T10 Hideki Matsuyama $168,530
T10 Nicolas Colsaerts $168,530
T10 Gonzalo Fdez-Castano $168,530
T10 Rickie Fowler $168,530
14 Charl Schwartzel $144,444
T15 Lee Westwood $132,453
T15 John Senden $132,453
T17 John Huh $115,591
T17 Brandt Snedeker $115,591
T17 David Lingmerth $115,591
T17 Michael Kim Amateur
T21 Martin Laird $86,579
T21 David Hearn $86,579
T21 Padraig Harrington $86,579
T21 Mathew Goggin $86,579
T21 Bo Van Pelt $86,579
T21 Ian Poulter $86,579
T21 Henrik Stenson $86,579
T28 Mike Weir $60,183
T28 John Parry $60,183
T28 Matt Kuchar $60,183
T28 Morten Orum Madsen $60,183
T32 Kevin Chappell $47,246
T32 Geoff Ogilvy $47,246
T32 Webb Simpson $47,246
T32 K.J. Choi $47,246
T32 Tiger Woods $47,246
T32 Jamie Donaldson $47,246
T32 Bubba Watson $47,246
T32 Edward Loar $47,246
T32 Paul Lawrie $47,246
T41 Carl Pettersson $37,324
T41 Scott Langley $37,324
T41 Rory McIlroy $37,324
T41 Jerry Kelly $37,324
T45 Steven Alker $28,961
T45 Russell Knox $28,961
T45 Sergio Garcia $28,961
T45 Adam Scott $28,961
T45 Bio Kim $28,961
T45 Cheng Tsung Pan Amateur
T45 Charley Hoffman $28,961
T45 Paul Casey $28,961
T53 Scott Stallings $23,446
T53 Matt Bettencourt $23,446
55 Dustin Johnson $22,561
T56 Josh Teater $21,485
T56 Nicholas Thompson $21,485
T56 George Coetzee $21,485
T59 Shawn Stefani $20,111
T59 Martin Kaymer $20,111
T59 Marcel Siem $20,111
T62 Kevin Phelan Amateur
T62 Matt Weibring $19,406
64 Michael Weaver Amateur
T65 Peter Hedblom $18,926
T65 David Howell $18,926
T67 Kevin Sutherland $17,965
T67 John Peterson $17,965
T67 Jim Herman $17,965
T67 Alistair Presnell $17,965
71 Robert Karlsson $17,165
72 Simon Khan $16,844
73 Kyle Stanley $16,523

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