We’ve reached another stretch where the best players in the game will be competing in back-to-back weeks. Up first, the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow, another signature event on the PGA Tour.

World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler is not competing as we waits for the birth of his first child. Hideki Matsuyama withdrew on Thursday because of a back injury. Ludvig Aberg withdrew earlier in the week. The rest of the 68-player field, with no cut, is playing for $20 million with the winner taking home $3.6 million for his victory.

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Last year Wyndham Clark won the event. He captured the AT&T Pebble-Beach Pro-Am earlier this year and is looking to become the first player to win here in consecutive years. Max Homa and Rory McIlroy are the only two players to win Wells Fargo twice.

There will be no rest after this week on a difficult course. Next week is the PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville.

Here is the purse breakdown for each player this week. Check back here Sunday after play is complete for updates.

WIN: $3.6 million

2: $2.16 million

3: $1.36 million

4: $960,000

5: $800,000

6: $720,000

7: $670,000

8: $621,000

9: $581,000

10: $541,000

11: $501,000

12: $461,000

13: $421,000

14: $381,000

15: $261,000

16: $341,000

17: $321,000

18: $301,000

19: $281,000

20: $261,000

21: $241,000

22: $244,500

23: $208,500

24: $192,500

25: $176,500

26: $160,500

27: $154,500

28: $148,500

29: $142,500

30: $136,500

31: $130,500

32: $124,500

33: $118,500

34: $113,500

35: $108,500

36: $103,500

37: $98,500

38: $94,500

39: $90,500

40: $86,500

41: $82,500

42: $78,500

43: $74,500

44: $70,500

45: $66,500

46: $62,500

47: $58,500

48: $55,300

49: $52,500

50: $51,000

51: $49,800

52: $48,600

53: $47,800

54: $47,000

55: $46,600

56: $46,200

57: $45,800

58: $45,400

59: $45,000

60: $44,600

61: $44,200

62: $43,800

63: $43,400

64: $43,000

65: $42,600

66: $42,200

67: $41,800

68: $41,400

This article was originally published on golfdigest.com