Koepka takes home golf's largest payday with U.S. Open title
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Brooks Koepka took home a massive payday Sunday with his U.S. Open victory, collecting a cool $2.16 million for his four-day effort.

Koepka's second consecutive U.S. Open title brings his career earnings to over $17.5 million in only six seasons on Tour.

Runner-up Tommy Fleetwood will also cash a seven-figure check, as his performance at Shinnecock Hills paid $1.296 million.

Dustin Johnson - who finished alone in third - sank a birdie putt on his final hole to pay him an extra $121,521 instead of splitting the third- and fourth-place prizes with Patrick Reed.

Here's how the top-10 finishers split their portion of the $12-million U.S. Open purse.

1. Brooks Koepka - $2,160,000
2. Tommy Fleetwood - $1,296,000
3. Dustin Johnson - $812,927
4. Patrick Reed - $569,884
5. Tony Finau - $474,659
T6. Xander Schauffele - $389,423
T6. Tyrrell Hatton - $389,423
T6. Henrik Stenson - $389,423
T6. Daniel Berger - $389,423
T10. Justin Rose - $270,151
T10. Webb Simpson - $270,151

Koepka takes home golf's largest payday with U.S. Open title
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