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2022 The Memorial Tournament Payout, Field & History

David Kaestle
The Memorial Tournament field, payout and history.
The Memorial Tournament field, payout and history. / Adam Cairns-Augusta Chronicle/USA TODAY
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The new PGA Tour season is well underway, it just finished up the second major on the golf calendar and is looking ahead to the U.S. Open in just a couple more weeks. This week, tour players are traveling to Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, OH for The Memorial Tournament, set to start on Thursday, June 2.

The Memorial Tournament Payout

The total value of the purse for The Memorial Tournament in 2022 is reportedly $12 million, with the winner set to receive a reported $2.16 million.

The Memorial Tournament Field

The field for The Memorial Tournament can be found at this link. Patrick Cantlay is the defending champion of this event.

The Memorial Tournament Payout History

The winner of The Memorial Tournament has received over $1 million since 2006 and has now grown to an expected $2.16 million this season.

Below is a list of The Memorial Tournament winners and their payouts dating back the last 10 years.

1. 2021- Patrick Cantlay ($1.67 million)

2. 2020 - Jon Rahm ($1.67 million)

3. 2019 - Patrick Cantlay ($1.64 million)

4. 2018 - Bryson DeChambeau ($1.6 million)

5. 2017 - Jason Duffner ($1.57 million)

6. 2016 - William McGirt ($1.53 million)

7. 2015 - David Lingmerth ($1.12 million)

8. 2014 - Hideki Matsuyama ($1.12 million)

9. 2013 - Matt Kuchar ($1.12 million)

10. 2012 - Tiger Woods ($1.12 million)

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