St. Jude Classic 2013 purse: Harris English takes home $1.026 million

Andy Lyons

Harris English got a nice paycheck for his St. Jude Classic victory, taking the $1.026 million prize.

Harris English won his first-ever PGA Tour tournament on Sunday, winning the FedEx St. Jude Classic. For his efforts, the 23-year-old takes home the championship payout of $1.026 million. Not a bad paycheck for his second year on the tour. He also picked up the 500 FedEx points, vaulting him up to 11th place on the standings.

Phil Mickelson and Scott Stallings finished tied for second place, so they'll both get paychecks worth $501,600. Mickelson is now up to fifth place in the FedEx standings after picking up 245 points.

Fourth place finisher Ryan Palmer earned $273,600, and Patrick Reed scored $228,000 for placing in fifth.

Here are the payouts for the Top 10 finishers. The total purse was worth $5.7 million.

1. Harris English - $1.026 million
T2: Phil Mickelson - $501,600
T2: Scott Stallings - $501,600
4. Ryan Palmer - $273,600
5. Patrick Reed - $228,000
6. John Rollins - $205,200
T7: Roby Sabbatini - $177,650
T7: Justin Hicks - $177,650
T7: Shawn Stefani - $177,650
T10: Billy Horschel - $118,275
T10: Robert Allenby - $118,275
T10: Glen Day - $118,275
T10: Camilo Villegas - $118,275
T10: Nick O'Hern - $118,275
T10: Dustin Johnson - $118,275
T10: Jonathan Byrd - $118,275
T10: Padraig Harrington - $118,275

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