Travelers Championship purse 2013: Ken Duke takes $1.098 million prize for win

Jared Wickerham

Ken Duke got a nice paycheck for his first-ever PGA Tour win. He takes home the grand $1.098 million prize.

Ken Duke won his first-ever PGA Tour title on Sunday, defeating Chris Stroud in a two-hole playoff to win the Travelers Championship. For his efforts, he takes home the grand prize worth $1.098 million dollars. He also bags 500 FedEx points and moves up to 20th place on the season.

Stroud, the runner up and playoff loser, will pocket $658,800 and 250 FedEx points. He currently sits at 34th place. Bubba Watson missed out on a lot of money when he triple-bogeyed on the 16th hole, dropping from first place to fourth. His check is worth $292,800.

Here are the complete purse results for the Top 10:

1. Ken Duke — $1.098 million

2. Chris Stroud — $658,800

3. Grahan Delaet — $414,800

4: Bubba Watson — $292,800

T5: Webb Simpson — $231,800

T5: J.J. Henry — $231,800

T7: Ryan Moore — $196,725

T7: Charley Hoffman — $196,725

T9: Angel Cabrera — $158,600

T9: Stuart Appleby — $158,600

T9: Morgan Hoffmann — $158,600

T9: Jeff Maggert — $158,600

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