The Memorial Tournament always lures the world's top golf talent to Muirfield Village Golf Club every summer. With a purse of $6.2 million up for grabs, there is plenty of incentive to make a late push in the fourth round, even if the top of the leaderboard is out of reach.
The winner of the event takes home just under $1.12 million at the home of Jack Nicklaus. No other players will add more than a million to their bank accounts this weekend, although the runner-up receives $669,000. Whichever player finishes third earns $421,000. The fourth and fifth place finishers will receive $297,000 and $248,000, respectively.
Here is a complete look at the payouts for the top-10 finishers. The prize money is the same as the 2012 tournament.
After a couple of early holes on Sunday, Matt Kuchar holds a slight lead over the rest of the field. Kuchar captured the biggest purse in golf last year at The Players Championship. After a rough first three rounds of the Memorial, Scott Stallings and Bo Van Pelt have made their way up the leaderboard. Tiger Woods bombed out on the weekend and is not in contention.