2012 U.S. Open Golf Prize Money: Webb Simpson Earns $1.44 Million

Webb Simpson made a name for himself over the weekend. He also made his wallet a little bit thicker in the process.

Simpson won his first major by conquering the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco on Sunday evening. He was paid a whopping sum of $1.44 million, easily the biggest payday of his career.

Pennsylvania native Jim Furyk finished tied for fourth after leading for much of the final round. A few disastrous shots unfortunately cost Furyk north of a million dollars.

The rest of the top ten finishers received a nice check in the six-figure range.

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Here's the rest of the Top 10 and their earnings:

1 Webb Simpson (+1): $1,440,000
T2 Michael Thompson (+2): $695,916
T2 Graeme McDowell (+2): $695,916
T4 Jason Dufner (+3): $276,841
T4 Padraig Harrington (+3): $276,841
T4 David Toms (+3): $276,841
T4 John Peterson (+3): $276,841
T4 Jim Furyk (+3): $276,841
9 Ernie Els (+4): $200,280
T10 John Senden (+5): $163,594
T10 Kevin Chappell (+5): $163,594
T10 Casey Wittenberg (+5): $163,594
T10 Retief Goosen (+5): $163,594
T10 Lee Westwood (+5): $163,594

For more on the U.S. Open, please be sure to check out our golf hub, the U.S. Open's Continuing Coverage and SB Nation Philly for all the latest news and updates.

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