RBC Canadian Open 2013 purse: Brandt Snedeker cashes another $1 million check

Hunter Martin

The rich got richer at the Canadian Open.

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy may be the only players who have had a better three years than Brandt Snedeker, who won the 2013 RBC Canadian Open on Sunday. It was the fifth win in the last three years for Snedeker, and his second this season. He's placed inside the top 10 in eight of 16 events played this year, continuing to cash big checks after his windfall $10 million payout for winning last year's FedExCup. He's backed that up this season and his career earnings now total $21,792,035.

On Sunday, Snedeker cashed another $1 million-plus paycheck, winning $1.08 million for the Canadian Open victory. The consistency inside the top 10 has made it another huge money season for the Vandy product, who already had $3.82 million in earnings before Sunday's win. He started the year with a third-place finish in Maui, and then followed back-to-back runner-up finishes to Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for his first victory of 2013 at Pebble Beach. He's now third in the FedExCup standings for this season, behind only Tiger and Matt Kuchar. He'll remain behind Kuchar, Mickelson and Tiger on this year's money list.

Kuchar is another player who consistently cashes big checks alongside Sneds. He had already won two of the bigger Tour events this season, the WGC-Match Play and the Memorial, and a T2 finish added another $369,600 on Sunday. He's just shy of $4.86 million on the season and has passed the $26 million mark for his career.

Here are the payout numbers for those who made the weekend (four players, including Graeme McDowell, earned more than $10k via the "Missed Cut-Did Not Finish" designation -- not bad for two days work):

Place Player Score Payout
1 Brandt Snedeker -16 $1,008,000
T2 William McGirt -13 $369,600
T2 Dustin Johnson -13 $369,600
T2 Jason Bohn -13 $369,600
T2 Matt Kuchar -13 $369,600
T6 Roberto Castro -12 $187,600
T6 John Merrick -12 $187,600
T6 Mark Wilson -12 $187,600
T9 Aaron Baddeley -11 $151,200
T9 Jim Furyk -11 $151,200
T9 Patrick Reed -11 $151,200
T12 Rory Sabbatini -10 $113,400
T12 Greg Owen -10 $113,400
T12 Kyle Stanley -10 $113,400
T12 David Lingmerth -10 $113,400
T16 Marcel Siem -9 $84,000
T16 Hideki Matsuyama -9 $84,000
T16 Chad Campbell -9 $84,000
T16 Fabian Gomez -9 $84,000
T16 Charley Hoffman -9 $84,000
T21 Luke List -8 $54,160
T21 Andres Romero -8 $54,160
T21 Ernie Els -8 $54,160
T21 James Driscoll -8 $54,160
T21 Chris Kirk -8 $54,160
T21 Bubba Watson -8 $54,160
T21 Trevor Immelman -8 $54,160
T28 Nicholas Thompson -7 $39,760
T28 Matt Every -7 $39,760
T28 Charl Schwartzel -7 $39,760
T31 Sang-Moon Bae -6 $30,427
T31 J.J. Henry -6 $30,427
T31 Ryan Palmer -6 $30,427
T31 Stuart Appleby -6 $30,427
T31 David Mathis -6 $30,427
T31 Jason Kokrak -6 $30,427
T31 Chez Reavie -6 $30,427
T31 Vijay Singh -6 $30,427
T31 Jeff Maggert -6 $30,427
T40 Scott Verplank -5 $22,400
T40 Jeff Gove -5 $22,400
T40 Greg Chalmers -5 $22,400
T40 James Hahn -5 $22,400
T44 Cameron Percy -4 $17,405
T44 Cameron Tringale -4 $17,405
T44 David Hearn -4 $17,405
T44 Richard Lee -4 $17,405
T44 Justin Leonard -4 $17,405
T49 Mike Weir -3 $14,149
T49 Andrew Svoboda -3 $14,149
T49 Alistair Presnell -3 $14,149
T52 Scott Piercy -2 $12,805
T52 Bob Estes -2 $12,805
T52 Scott Langley -2 $12,805
T52 Roger Sloan -2 $12,805
T52 Camilo Villegas -2 $12,805
T52 Cameron Beckman -2 $12,805
T52 Tommy Gainey -2 $12,805
T52 Morgan Hoffmann -2 $12,805
T52 Casey Wittenberg -2 $12,805
T61 Scott Brown -1 $11,984
T61 Robert Allenby -1 $11,984
T61 Scott Gardiner -1 $11,984
T61 Will Claxton -1 $11,984
T61 Gary Woodland -1 $11,984
T66 Y.E. Yang E $11,592
T66 Justin Hicks E $11,592
T68 Brendan Steele 1 $11,256
T68 Tim Petrovic 1 $11,256
T68 Billy Horschel 1 $11,256
T68 Kevin Chappell 1 $11,256
72 Steve LeBrun 2 $10,976
73 Brian Gay 4 $10,864

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