Beyond the Wanamaker Trophy given to Brooks Koepka, the tournament's victor this year, there was more to be won in the 2023 PGA Championship.
The purse for the PGA of America's marquee event reached $17.5 million, setting a new tournament record and ranking as the second-largest prize pool ever given to competitors at a major championship.
The PGA Championship prize money for this year increased by $2.5 million from the $15 million awarded in 2022.
Koepka will receive $3.15 million, which represents the biggest increase year over year in tournament history.
A single second-place finisher would have received $1.89 million, but Viktor Hovland's birdie on the 18th hole matched him with Scottie Scheffler, earning the two golfers $1.54 million apiece.
Golfers who placed in the top 20 earned $200,000 or more, and the top 32 golfers each received at least six-figure payouts, in addition to the top three golfers earning seven figures each.
Let's examine how the top 71 competitors at Oak Hill Country Club will be compensated for the 2023 PGA Championship.