2022 Mexico Open: Earnings and Payouts From Vidanta Vallarta

Mexico Open at Vidanta, Vidanta Vallarta,(Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images)
Mexico Open at Vidanta, Vidanta Vallarta,(Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images) /

Jon Rahm is back in the winner’s circle after winning the 2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta, but exactly how much did he walk away with in prize money for the week?

The inaugural Mexico Open at Vidanta Vallarta was a big success and Sunday’s conclusion provided immense drama for players and spectators alike. The leaderboard ebbed and flowed throughout much of the final round with eventual winner Jon Rahm never really pulling away from the field.

It wasn’t until the par 5, 14th hole that the Spaniard provided himself with a bit of breathing space after finally having an 11-foot birdie putt find the bottom of the cup. An excellent tee shot over the water on the par 3, 17th provided him with another opportunity to further increase his lead, but this time the ensuing putt just narrowly missed the hole.

It looked like the drama was all but over at that point, but an errant tee-shot on the last provided a bit more drama to close things out as his ball nestled into the slope of a hill left of the fairway. Rahm went on to hit a spectacular recovery shot with his second and from that point he was able to get up and down for what was eventually a tap-in par putt for the win.

Jon Rahm secured his first win on Sunday since the US Open at Torrey Pines last June, and he did it in some fashion as he went wire to wire this week at the Mexico Open. The Spaniard became the third player to accomplish the incredible feat already this year.

So how much did Rahm earn courtesy of his win this week? Let’s take a look at the payout structure from this week’s Mexico Open at Vidanta.

2022 Mexico Open at Vidanta Payout Structure

Winner: Jon Rahm -$1,314,000

T-2: Brandon Wu -$552,366.67
T-2: Tony Finau -$552,366.67
T-2: Kurt Kitayama -$552,366.66
5: Davis Riley -$299,300
T-6: Aaron Wise – $238,162.50
T-6: David Lipsky -$238,162.50
T-6: Alex Smalley -$238,162.50
T-6: Cameron Champ – $238,162.50
10: Patrick Rodgers -$198,925
T-11: Nate Lashley – $177,025
T-11: Martin Trainer – $177,025
T-13: Grayson Murray – $147,825
T-13: Chez Reavie – $147,825
T-15: Lanto Griffin – $104,187.23
T-15: Anirban Lahiri – $104,187.23
T-15: Jonathan Byrd – $104,187.22
T-15: Stephan Jaeger – $104,187.22
T-15: Satoshi Kodaira -$104,187.22
T-15: Kelly Kraft – $104,187.22
T-15: Adam Long -$104,187.22
T-15: Peter Malnati -$104,187.22
T-15: Andrew Novak – $104,187.22
T-24: Michael Gligic – $60,955
T-24: Trey Mullinax – $60,955
T-24: Aaron Rai – $60,955
T-24: Sahith Theegala – $60,955
T-24: Gary Woodland -$60,955
T-29: Ryan Blaum – $48,910
T-29: Sebastian Munoz – $48,910
T-29: Hank Lebioda – $48,910
T-29: C.T. Pan – $48,910
T-33: Brice Garnett – $36,540.56
T-33: Emiliano Grillo – $36,540.56
T-33: Graeme McDowell – $36,540.56
T-33: Scott Piercy – $36,540.56
T-33: Greyson Sigg -$36,540.56
T-33: Wesley Bryan -$36,540.55
T-33: Doug Ghim – $36,540.55
T-33: Charles Howell III -$36,540.55
T-33: Cameron Tringale – $36,540.55
T-42: Abraham Ancer – $23,287
T-42: Ben Kohles -$23,287
T-42: Kevin Na – $23,287
T-42: Robert Garrigus – $23,287
T-42: Brandon Hagy -$23,287
T-42: John Huh -$23,287
T-42: Alvaro Ortiz – $23,287
T-42: Patrick Reed – $23,287
T-42: Brian Stuard – $23,287
T-51: Tommy Gainey -$17,355.75
T-51:David Skinns -$17,355.75
T-51:  Mark Hubbard -$17,355.75
T-51: Carlos Ortiz -$17,355.75
T-51: Sung Kang -$17,355.75
T-51:Lee Hodges -$17,355.75
T-51: Turk Pettit -$17,355.75
T-51: Scott Brown -$17,355.75
T-59: Bill Haas -$16,498

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