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PGA Championship: Prize-money breakdown

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – A look at the prize-money breakdown for this week’s 94th PGA Championship at Kiawah Island’s Ocean Course:

  • First place: $1,445,000
  • Second place: $865,000
  • Third place: $545,000
  • Fourth place: $385,000
  • Fifth place: $320,000
  • Sixth place: $288,000
  • Seventh place: $259,000
  • Eighth place: $235,000
  • Ninth place: $214,000
  • 10th place: $196,000
  • 11th place: $180,000
  • 12th place: $165,500
  • 13th place: $152,000
  • 14th place: $140,000
  • 15th place: $130,500
  • 16th place: $121,500
  • 17th place: $113,500
  • 18th place: $106,500
  • 19th place: $99,500
  • 20th place: $93,000
  • 21st place: $87,000
  • 22nd place: $81,000
  • 23rd place: $75,000
  • 24th place: $69,000
  • 25th place: $64,000
  • 26th place: $60,000
  • 27th place: $57,000
  • 28th place: $54,000
  • 29th place: $51,500
  • 30th place: $49,500
  • 31st place: $47,500
  • 32nd place: $45,500
  • 33rd place: $43,500
  • 34th place: $41,500
  • 35th place: $40,000
  • 36th place: $38,500
  • 37th place: $37,000
  • 38th place: $35,500
  • 39th place: $34,000
  • 40th place: $32,500
  • 41st place: $31,000
  • 42nd place: $29,500
  • 43rd place: $28,000
  • 44th place: $26,500
  • 45th place: $25,000
  • 46th place: $23,500
  • 47th place: $22,000
  • 48th place: $20,500
  • 49th place: $19,500
  • 50th place: $18,500
  • 51st place: $18,000
  • 52nd place: $17,750
  • 53rd place: $17,500
  • 54th place: $17,250
  • 55th place: $17,000
  • 56th place: $16,800
  • 57th place: $16,600
  • 58th place: $16,400
  • 59th place: $16,200
  • 60th place: $16,000
  • 61st place: $15,900
  • 62nd place: $15,800
  • 63rd place: $15,700
  • 64th place: $15,600
  • 65th place: $15,500
  • 66th place: $15,400
  • 67th place: $15,300
  • 68th place: $15,200
  • 69th place: $15,100
  • 70th place: $15,000

Those players making the cut, but finishing below 70th place, will be paid in diminishing increments of $100 each. Those players missing the cut and turning in a 36-hole score will be paid $2,500 each. Any player making the cut, but failing to submit a 72-hole score, will also be paid $2,500.

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