Viktor Hovland ended the PGA Tour’s season with a dominant win on Sunday afternoon.
Hovland rolled to a five-shot win on Sunday to win the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, which officially won him the FedExCup Playoffs. He posted a final-round 7-under 63 on Sunday, which concluded his second straight win to end the Tour’s season.
Hovland’s huge outing came on the heels of his win last week at the BMW Championship. Hovland carded a course-record 61 in his final round outside of Chicago to overtake Scottie Scheffler and grab his fifth career win. He then built up a six-shot lead entering Sunday’s final round in Atlanta, and rolled to his sixth career win without any issue.
With his win on Sunday, Hovland earned himself an $18 million check. That bumped his career earnings up to about $44.6 million. The FedExCup’s bonus pool hit $75 million this year, and the top eight finishers this week each earned at least $2 million. Emiliano Grillo and Taylor Moore, who finished tied in last, still brought home more than $500,000 each.
Xander Schauffele finished in second at 22-under, and U.S. Open winner Wyndham Clark finished in third at 16-under — 11 shots back from Hovland.
Tour Championship Payouts
Here’s a look at the payouts from the Tour Championship:
1. Viktor Hovland | $18 million
2. Xander Schauffele | $6.5 million
3. Wyndham Clark | $5 million
4. Rory McIlroy | $4 million
5. Patrick Cantlay | $3 million
T6. Tommy Fleetwood, Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa | $2 million
T9. Max Homa, Matt Fitzpatrick, Sam Burns, Adam Schenk, Keegan Bradley | $990,000
T14. Russell Henley, Sepp Straka | $780,000
T16. Rickie Fowler, Tyrrell Hatton | $710,000
T18. Lucas Glover, Jon Rahm | $670,000
T20. Si Woo Kim, Tony Finau, Tom Kim | $620,000
23. Brian Harman | $580,000
24. Sungjae Im | $565,000
25. Nick Taylor | $550,000
26. Corey Conners | $540,000
27. Jordan Spieth | $530,000
28. Jason Day | $520,000
T29. Taylor Moore, Emiliano Grillo | $505,000