AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 2014 purse: Jimmy Walker's huge money season continues

Stephen Dunn

After playing without a win in 188 career starts, Jimmy Walker now has his third win this season and adds to his money list lead with another big $1M-plus payday.

Jimmy Walker's dream 2014 season continued on Sunday, as he bagged his third win in his last eight events and walked away with his second $1M-plus winner's check in the past month.

Walker was a journeyman pro, bouncing back-and-forth between Tours and dealing with injury before winning his first event in 188 PGA Tour starts last October at the Open. That victory earned him a $900,000 winner's check, but as it was the first event of the new wraparound schedule, the win counted towards this season's FedExCup points race and the earnings counted towards this year's money list rankings (and also delivered a Masters berth). Walker backed up that victory in the fall series with his first ever $1 million winner's check at the Sony Open, where he caught fire on Sunday to shoot 63 and storm past the field just a month ago.

The AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am pays out slightly more than the event over at Waialae, so this will be Walker's biggest payday in a career that looks to be taking off at age 35. Walker will take home $1,188,000 of the total $6.6 million purse. That's a $3,096,000 haul in just eight tournaments, which is more than a quarter of his now $11,705,387 in career earnings. It's only the second month of the season, but the Baylor Bear now has a dominant perch atop the money list and FedExCup Standings. Last season, which was considered a breakout year for Walker, yielded just over $2.1 million over the entire year. He's now shot past that number in just one month.

There are plenty of big-money events ahead, but Walker will almost certainly stay up in the top 10 of the FedExCup points list for the rest of the year. Here are the full payout amounts for those who played the full 72 holes:

Place Player Score Payout
1 Jimmy Walker -11 $1,188,000
T2 Dustin Johnson -10 $580,800
T2 Jim Renner -10 $580,800
T4 Jordan Spieth -8 $290,400
T4 Kevin Na -8 $290,400
6 Hunter Mahan -7 $237,600
T7 Graeme McDowell -6 $205,700
T7 Pat Perez -6 $205,700
T7 Tim Wilkinson -6 $205,700
T10 Bryce Molder -5 $165,000
T10 Chesson Hadley -5 $165,000
T10 Richard Lee -5 $165,000
T13 Cameron Tringale -4 $116,600
T13 Will MacKenzie -4 $116,600
T13 Patrick Reed -4 $116,600
T13 Victor Dubuisson -4 $116,600
T13 Brian Davis -4 $116,600
T13 Scott Gardiner -4 $116,600
T19 Steven Bowditch -3 $71,775
T19 Seung-yul Noh -3 $71,775
T19 Daniel Summerhays -3 $71,775
T19 Jason Kokrak -3 $71,775
T19 Roberto Castro -3 $71,775
T19 Brice Garnett -3 $71,775
T19 Michael Thompson -3 $71,775
T19 Phil Mickelson -3 $71,775
T27 Padraig Harrington -2 $46,860
T27 Andrew Loupe -2 $46,860
T27 Russell Knox -2 $46,860
T27 Jim Herman -2 $46,860
T27 Robert Garrigus -2 $46,860
T32 Wes Roach -1 $39,050
T32 Robert Streb -1 $39,050
T32 Ryan Palmer -1 $39,050
T35 Jim Furyk E $29,139
T35 James Driscoll E $29,139
T35 Dicky Pride E $29,139
T35 Bronson La'Cassie E $29,139
T35 David Duval E $29,139
T35 Dudley Hart E $29,139
T35 Kevin Chappell E $29,139
T35 Michael Putnam E $29,139
T35 Stuart Appleby E $29,139
T35 Kevin Foley E $29,139
T45 Kevin Stadler 1 $18,499
T45 Brian Gay 1 $18,499
T45 Matt Jones 1 $18,499
T45 Woody Austin 1 $18,499
T45 Bud Cauley 1 $18,499
T45 Brendon Todd 1 $18,499
T45 Blake Adams 1 $18,499
T52 George McNeill 2 $15,477
T52 Doug LaBelle II 2 $15,477
T52 Andres Romero 2 $15,477
T52 Russell Henley 2 $15,477
T56 Aaron Baddeley 3 $14,784
T56 Ben Kohles 3 $14,784
T56 Sean O'Hair 3 $14,784
T56 Alex Cejka 3 $14,784
T56 Greg Owen 3 $14,784
T61 J.B. Holmes 4 $14,256
T61 Kyle Stanley 4 $14,256
T61 Chris Kirk 4 $14,256

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