With a third-round charge, Jordan Spieth, who won his first PGA Tour title at TPC Deere Run in 2013, will head into Sunday’s final round of the John Deere Classic with a chance to win his first title since the 2022 RBC Heritage. He will have plenty of competition, however, with Carson Young, C.T. Pan and Aaron Rai all figuring to be in the mix.

And then there is the continued storyline of Florida State rising junior Luke Clanton, who can’t cash a check but is again contending as an amateur after he tied for 10th in last week’s Rocket Mortgage Classic. A victory by Clanton, 20, would mark the first time in PGA Tour history that two amateurs won in the same season after Nick Dunlap captured The American Express in January and subsequently turned pro. As with that tournament, the winning check would go to the runner-up should Clanton triumph.

The total purse for the John Deere is $8 million, with $1.44 million going to the winner.

Here’s the prize money payout for each golfer in the field in Silvis, Ill.

Win: $1,440,000

2: $872,000

3: $552,000

4: $392,000

5: $328,000

6: $290,000

7: $270,000

8: $250,000

9: $234,000.00

10: $218,000.00

11:$202,000.00

12: $186,000.00

13: $170,000.00

14: $154,000.00

15: $146,000.00

16: $138,000

17: $130,000

18: $122,000

19: $114,000

20: $106,000

21: $98,000

22: $90,000

23: $83,600

24: $77,200

25: $70,800

26: $64,400

27: $62,000

28: $59,600

29: $57,200

30: $54,800

31: $52,400

32: $50,000

33: $47,600

34: $45,600

35: $43,600

36: $41,600

37: $39,600

38: $38,000

39: $36,400

40: $34,800

41: $33,200

42: $31,600

43: $30,000

44: $28,400

45: $26,800

46: $25,200

47: $23,600

48: $22,320

49: $21,200

50:$20,560

51: $20,080

52: $19,600

53: $19,280

54: $18,960

55: $18,800

56: $18,640

57: $18,480

58: $18,320

59: $18,160

60: $18,000

61: $ 17,840

62: $17,680

63: $17,520

64: $17,360

65: $17,200

66: $17,040

67: $16,880

68: $16,720

69: $16,560

70: $16,400

71: $16,240

72: $16,080

73: $15,920

74: $15,760

75: $15,600

76: $15,440

77: $15,280

78: $15,120

79: $14,960

80: $14,800

81: $14,640

82: $14,480

83: $14,320

84: $14,160

85: $14,000

86: $13,840

87: $13,680

88: $13,520

89: $13,360

90: $13,200

This article was originally published on golfdigest.com