Just five weeks after his father died due to COVID-19, Branden Grace earned an emotional second win on the PGA Tour.

Playing in the event held opposite the World Golf Championships-Workday Championship, Grace finished with a hole-out for eagle on the par-4 17th and then made birdie from the sand on the par-5 18th to reach 19 under and claim the trophy, the top prize of $540,000 and 300 FedEx Cup points.

Jhonattan Vegas finished second at 18 under and will take home $327,000. Falling short in his home country once again, Rafael Campos finished T-3 alongside Grayson Murray, with both players earning $177,000.

Check out how much money each player earned in Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico Open: Leaderboard | Winner’s bag

Prize money

Position Player Score Earnings
1 Branden Grace -19 $540,000
2 Jhonattan Vegas -18 $327,000
T3 Grayson Murray -16 $177,000
T3 Rafael Campos -16 $177,000
T5 Brice Garnett -15 $115,875
T5 Andrew Putnam -15 $115,875
T7 Rob Oppenheim -14 $91,125
T7 Ted Potter Jr. -14 $91,125
T7 Brandon Wu -14 $91,125
T7 Cameron Percy -14 $91,125
T11 Emiliano Grillo -13 $72,750
T11 Ryan Brehm -13 $72,750
T13 Wes Roach -12 $60,750
T13 Lee Hodges -12 $60,750
T15 Joohyung Kim -11 $45,750
T15 Chase Seiffert -11 $45,750
T15 Bo Van Pelt -11 $45,750
T15 Vincent Whaley -11 $45,750
T15 Fabian Gomez -11 $45,750
T15 Thomas Pieters -11 $45,750
T15 Nelson Lauta Ledesma -11 $45,750
T22 D.J. Trahan -10 $28,950
T22 Greg Chalmers -10 $28,950
T22 Roger Sloan -10 $28,950
T22 Josh Teater -10 $28,950
T22 Seamus Power -10 $28,950
T27 Tim Wilkinson -9 $22,350
T27 Will Gordon -9 $22,350
T27 Adam Schenk -9 $22,350
T30 Aaron Baddeley -8 $18,780
T30 Xinjun Zhang -8 $18,780
T30 Bill Haas -8 $18,780
T30 Andres Romero -8 $18,780
T30 Patrick Rodgers -8 $18,780
T35 Justin Suh -7 $15,263
T35 Byeong-Hun An -7 $15,263
T35 Ian Poulter -7 $15,263
T35 Charlie Beljan -7 $15,263
T39 Bronson Burgoon -6 $10,962
T39 Davis Riley -6 $10,962
T39 Sam Ryder -6 $10,962
T39 Anirban Lahiri -6 $10,962
T39 Lucas Glover -6 $10,962
T39 Jonathan Byrd -6 $10,962
T39 Bryson Nimmer -6 $10,962
T39 Vaughn Taylor -6 $10,962
T39 Roberto Castro -6 $10,962
T39 Peter Uihlein -6 $10,962
T49 Jason Bohn -5 $7,635
T49 Satoshi Kodaira -5 $7,635
T49 Kristoffer Ventura -5 $7,635
T49 Joseph Bramlett -5 $7,635
T53 Taylor Pendrith -4 $7,062
T53 Ryan Blaum -4 $7,062
T53 David Lingmerth -4 $7,062
T53 Scott Brown -4 $7,062
T53 Dalton Ward -4 $7,062
T58 Edward Figueroa -3 $6,750
T58 Stephan Jaeger -3 $6,750
T58 Michael Gellerman -3 $6,750
T58 Paul Barjon -3 $6,750
T58 Padraig Harrington -3 $6,750
T63 Dylan Meyer -2 $6,510
T63 Mark D. Anderson -2 $6,510
T63 Michael Gligic -2 $6,510
T66 Will Cannon -1 $6,360
T66 Zack Sucher -1 $6,360
T68 Richard S. Johnson E $6,150
T68 J.J. Spaun E $6,150
T68 Tommy Gainey E $6,150
T68 George McNeill E $6,150
T68 Marcelo Rozo E $6,150
73 Ben Martin 1 $5,970
74 Michael Kim 2 $5,910
75 John Senden 3 $5,850
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