The Barclays 2013 purse: Adam Scott cashes another $1.44 million payout

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The Aussie is now No. 2 in the world after his second lucrative win of the season.

It's not bad to be Adam Scott, who cashed his second $1.44 million check of the year on Sunday afternoon by winning The Barclays. It's the second time this year Scott has finished atop the leaderboard of a tournament with an $8 million purse, the first obviously coming at Augusta for The Masters. Scott followed that first major victory up with Sunday contention at the final two majors of the season, and this win now moves him to No. 2 in the world and locks up a spot for the TOUR Championship in Atlanta. He's also now No. 2 in the FedExCup standings, and will be in the running for the grand prize $10 million awarded to the overall playoffs winner.

The victory pushes Scott's career earnings past the $40 million threshold and boosts his chance for 2013 Player of the Year. He's now earned $40,402,028 in his career and $4,646,513 in this career-defining season.

The limited field playoffs events have some of the largest purses all season, with each totaling $8 million. That's the same amount doled out at the four majors, and only The Players and WGC events have larger purses. Here are the complete payout totals from Sunday's first leg of the 2013 FedExCup:

Place Player Score Payout
1 Adam Scott -11 $1,440,000
T2 Graham Delaet -10 $528,000
T2 Justin Rose -10 $528,000
T2 Tiger Woods -10 $528,000
T2 Gary Woodland -10 $528,000
T6 Phil Mickelson -9 $268,000
T6 D.A. Points -9 $268,000
T6 Jim Furyk -9 $268,000
T9 Jason Kokrak -8 $208,000
T9 Matt Every -8 $208,000
T9 Nick Watney -8 $208,000
T9 Rickie Fowler -8 $208,000
T13 Rory Sabbatini -7 $160,000
T13 Bubba Watson -7 $160,000
T15 John Huh -6 $132,000
T15 Daniel Summerhays -6 $132,000
T15 Webb Simpson -6 $132,000
T15 Kevin Chappell -6 $132,000
T19 Brendon de Jonge -5 $93,600
T19 Rory McIlroy -5 $93,600
T19 Jordan Spieth -5 $93,600
T19 Kevin Streelman -5 $93,600
T19 David Lynn -5 $93,600
T19 Matt Kuchar -5 $93,600
T25 Lee Westwood -4 $58,500
T25 Bryce Molder -4 $58,500
T25 Bill Haas -4 $58,500
T25 Jason Day -4 $58,500
T25 Hunter Mahan -4 $58,500
T25 Charl Schwartzel -4 $58,500
T25 Roberto Castro -4 $58,500
T25 Ryan Moore -4 $58,500
T33 Charles Howell III -3 $44,200
T33 Matt Jones -3 $44,200
T33 Keegan Bradley -3 $44,200
T33 Chris Stroud -3 $44,200
T37 Jason Dufner -2 $36,800
T37 Freddie Jacobson -2 $36,800
T37 Greg Chalmers -2 $36,800
T37 Sergio Garcia -2 $36,800
T41 Stuart Appleby -1 $32,000
T41 Luke Donald -1 $32,000
T43 Brian Gay E $24,960
T43 Erik Compton E $24,960
T43 George McNeill E $24,960
T43 Kevin Stadler E $24,960
T43 Henrik Stenson E $24,960
T43 Scott Piercy E $24,960
T43 Aaron Baddeley E $24,960
T50 Kyle Stanley 1 $19,480
T50 Nicholas Thompson 1 $19,480
T50 Martin Kaymer 1 $19,480
T50 John Merrick 1 $19,480
T54 Martin Flores 2 $18,320
T54 Carl Pettersson 2 $18,320
T54 Jimmy Walker 2 $18,320
T54 Camilo Villegas 2 $18,320
T58 Boo Weekley 3 $17,680
T58 Cameron Tringale 3 $17,680
T58 Bob Estes 3 $17,680
T58 Jonas Blixt 3 $17,680
T62 Scott Brown 4 $17,120
T62 Scott Langley 4 $17,120
T62 John Senden 4 $17,120
65 Geoff Ogilvy 5 $16,800
T66 Jeff Overton 6 $16,560
T66 Ryan Palmer 6 $16,560
T68 Stewart Cink 7 $16,240
T68 K.J. Choi 7 $16,240
70 Charley Hoffman 8 $16,000
71 Marc Leishman 10 $15,840
T72 Martin Laird 11 $15,520
T72 David Hearn 11 $15,520
T72 Josh Teater 11 $15,520

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