FedExCup payout: What Patrick Cantlay and others won at East Lake

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At the FedExCup playoff finale, Patrick Cantlay came away with the grand prize of $15 million, and there were consolation prizes for the remaining 29 players in the field at East Lake. 

1st: $15 million – Patrick Cantlay

2nd: $5 million – Jon Rahm

3rd: $4 million – Kevin Na

4th: $3 million – Justin Thomas

T-5: $2.5 million ($2.2 million each) – Viktor Hovland, Xander Schauffele

7th: $1.3 million – Bryson DeChambeau

8th: $1.1 million – Dustin Johnson

T-9: $950,000 ($890,000 each) – Abraham Ancer, Billy Horschel

T-11: $750,000 ($705,000 each) – Daniel Berger, Tony Finau, Jason Kokrak 

T-14: $620,000 ($583,750 each) – Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia, Louis Oosthuizen, Cameron Smith

T-18: $535,000 ($527,500 each) – Sam Burns, Harris English

T-20: $505,000 ($497,500 each) – Jordan Spieth, Sungjae Im

T-22: $478,000 ($466,667 each) – Erik van Rooyen, Corey Conners, Scottie Scheffler 

25th: $445,000 -Patrick Reed

T-26: $435,000 ($425,000 each) – Stewart Cink, Collin Morikawa, Hideki Matsuyama

29th: $405,000 – Joaquin Niemann

30th (WD): $395,000 – Brooks Koepka