PGA Tour: Tournament Prize Money Payout List For 2024

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Viktor Hovland, of Norway, left, celebrates winning the Tour Championship golf tournament with the FedEx Cup trophy with Jay Monahan, commissioner of the PGA, on the 18th green, Sunday, Aug. 27, 2023, in Atlanta.
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Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable May 20, 2024, 9:45 AM
  • PGA prize money for every 2024 tournament.
  • PGA Tour money list for top golfers & winners in 2024.
  • PGA leaderboard today payout & for every tournament.

PGA Tour golfers will be making a lot of money during the 2024 season, and it won’t just be the top-tier players. (Here are all the PGA Tour winners from the 2024 season.)

There’s a great deal of parity on the PGA Tour, which makes golf betting both fun and difficult every week.

What’s the total PGA payout & prize money this year?

There will be over $400 million in prize money up for grabs over the course of the regular-season schedule, as well as the three playoff events.

All PGA Tour signature events will have $20 million purses.

Below is a running list of the winner’s share and purse breakdown for every tournament on the 2024 schedule and an updated PGA Tour money list.

PGA Tour Money List 2024

RankGolferEarnings
1Scottie Scheffler$19,214,652
2Xander Schauffele$11,018,071
3Wyndham Clark$9,164,429
4Sahith Theegala$6,972,172
5Rory McIlroy$6,960,665
6Ludvig Aberg$6,511,053
7Hideki Matsuyama$6,086,677
8Chris Kirk$5,082,371
9Byeong Hun An$4,975,236
10Shane Lowry$4,209,006

PGA Championship

Winner & Payout: Xander Schauffele, $3,330,000
Purse: $18.5 million

Full list: PGA Championship payouts

Tournament date: May 16-19

Schauffele held off Bryson DeChambeau to claim his first career major. Schauffele finished at 21-under, which was one shot better then DeChambeau. Soft greens made for easier-than-usual scoring conditions.

Wells Fargo Championship

Winner & Payout: Rory McIlroy,  $3,600,000
Purse: $20 million

Full list: Wells Fargo Championship payouts

Tournament date: May 9-12

McIlroy won the event for the fourth time thanks to a final round 65, which included two eagles on the back-nine. He finished at 17-under, five shots better than Xander Schauffele.

The CJ Cup Byron Nelson

Winner & Payout: Taylor Pendrith, $1,710,000
Purse: $9.5 million

Full list: The CJ Cup Byron Nelson payouts

Tournament date: May 2-5

Pendrith won for the first time on the PGA Tour, holding off Ben Kohles. He finished at 23-under, giving him a one-shot win.

Zurich Classic

Winner & Payout: Rory McIlroy/Shane Lowry, $2,572,100 ($1,286,050 individual)
Purse: $8.8 million

Full list: Zurich Classic payouts

Tournament date: April 25-28

McIlroy/Lowry won the event on the first playoff hole against Chad Ramey and Martin Trainer. The team finished the week at 25-under. It was McIlroy’s 25th career PGA Tour win.

RBC Heritage

Winner & Payout: Scottie Scheffler, $3.6 million
Purse: $20 million

Full list: RBC Heritage payouts

Tournament date: April 18-21

Scheffler won once again. At 19-under, he won by three shots over Sahith Theegala. This was his fourth win in his last five starts, which marks the first time that has been accomplished on the PGA Tour since Tiger Woods in 2007-08.

Masters

Winner & Payout: Scottie Scheffler, $3.6 million
Purse: $20 million

Full list: Masters payouts

Tournament date: April 11-14

Scheffler won his second green jacket in what was a terrific event. Scheffler shot a final round 68 to pull away from the field and win by four. Ludvig Aberg was the runner-up in his first Masters.

Valero Texas Open

Winner & Payout: Akshay Bhatia, $1.656 million
Purse: $9.2 million

Full list: Valero Texas Open payouts

Tournament date: April 4-7

Bhatia beat Denny McCarthy on the first playoff hole for his second career PGA Tour win. Bhatia led by four shots going into the day and six going into the back-9, but McCarthy’s 63 was enough to force a playoff. Bhatia

Texas Children’s Houston Open

Winner & Payout: Stephan Jaeger, $1.638 million
Purse: $9.1 million

Full list: Texas Children’s Houston Open payouts

Tournament date: March 28-31

Finishing at 12-under, Stephan Jaeger was able to hold off five players, including Scottie Scheffler, who all finished one shot back. This was his first career PGA Tour win. Scheffler was going for three straight wins.

Valspar Championship

Winner & Payout: Peter Malnati, $1.512 million
Purse: $8.4 million

Full list: Valspar Championship payouts

Tournament date: March 21-24

Malnati won for the second time on the PGA Tour, with his previous win coming back in 2015. It was an exciting final round where six different players had at least a share of the lead. Malnati finished at 12-under, which was good for a two-shot win.

Players Championship

Winner & Payout: Scottie Scheffler, $4.5 million
Purse: $25 million

Full list: Players Championship payouts

Tournament date: March 14-17

Scheffler shot a 64 in the final round to finish the event at 20-under, one shot ahead of Wyndham Clark, Brian Harman and Xander Schauffele. Clark narrowly missed a birdie putt on the last hole, which would have forced a playoff. With the win, he became the first player to win the event in back-to-back years.

Arnold Palmer Invitational

Winner & Payout: Scottie Scheffler, $4 million
Purse: $20 million

Full list: Arnold Palmer Invitational payouts

Tournament date: March 7-10

Scheffler ran away with this event, posting 15-under and winning by five shots. The biggest difference for Scheffler this week was his putter was the best it has been in almost a year.

Cognizant Classic in The Palm Beaches

Winner & Payout: Austin Eckroat, $1.62 million
Purse: $9 million

Full list: Cognizant Classic in The Palm Beaches payouts

Tournament date: Feb. 28-March 3

Austin Eckroat picked up his first career PGA Tour win in a Monday finish. Thanks to a final round 67, he won by three shots.

Mexico Open at Vidanta

Winner & Payout: Jake Knapp, $1.458 million
Purse: $8.1 million

Full list: Mexico Open at Vidanta payouts

Tournament date: Feb. 15-18

Rookie Jake Knapp earned his first career PGA Tour win. He finished at 19-under, which gave him a two-shot victory. Knapp entered the final round with a four-shot lead after shooting a 63 in the third round.

Genesis Invitational

Winner & Payout: Hideki Matsuyama, $4 million
Purse: $20 million

Full list: Genesis Invitational payouts

Tournament date: Feb. 15-18

In a very exciting final round, Hideki Matsuyama shot a 62 (-9) to win by three shots. The tournament will also be remembered by Tiger Woods needing to withdraw during the second round due to illness and Jordan Spieth being DQ’d after the second round for signing an incorrect scorecard.

WM Phoenix Open

Winner & Payout: Nick Taylor, $1,584,000
Purse: $8.8 million

Full list: WM Phoenix Open payouts

Tournament date: Feb. 8-11

Nick Taylor beat Charley Hoffman in a two-hole playoff, which was an exciting finish. Taylor birdied the 18th hole in regulation and then twice in the playoff. It was his fourth career PGA Tour win. The tournament was delayed by rain on Thursday, and then there were frost delays on Friday and Sunday, forcing most players to play 27 holes Sunday.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Winner & Payout: Wyndham Clark, $3,600,000
Purse: $20 million

Full list: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am payouts

Tournament date: Feb. 1-4

Clark claimed his second signature/elevated event with the win. The week’s story was the weather, as rain and wind forced the tournament only to be 54 holes. Clark shot a course record 60 in Saturday’s third round, which gave him a one-shot win.

Farmers Insurance Open

Winner & Payout: Matthieu Pavon, $1,620,000
Purse: $9 million

Full list: Farmers Insurance Open payouts

Tournament date: Jan. 24-27

Pavon picked up his first PGA Tour win as he finished at 13-under. That gave him a one-shot win over Nicolai Højgaard.

The American Express

Winner & Payout: Nick Dunlap (a), $1,512,000*
Purse: $8.4 million

Full list: The American Express payouts

Tournament date: Jan. 18-21

Dunlap, an amateur, won on the PGA Tour for the first time since 1991 (Phil Mickelson). He got up-and-down on the 72nd hole to finish at 29-under and win by a shot. Since he’s an amateur, he cannot collect any prize money. Dunlap, 20, is a sophomore at the University of Alabama.

Sony Open in Hawaii

Winner & Payout: Grayson Murray, $1.494 million
Purse: $8.3 million

Full list: Sony Open in Hawaii payouts

Tournament date: January 11-14

In what was an exciting event, Grayson Murray picked up his second career win on the PGA Tour, and first since 2017. Finishing the event at 17-under, Murray made a long birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat Keegan Bradley and Byeong Hun An.

The Sentry

Winner & Payout: Chris Kirk, $3.6 million
Purse: $20 million

Full list: The Sentry payouts

Tournament date: January 4-7

Chris Kirk won the first event of the 2024 season. He finished at 30-under, which gave him a one-shot win over Sahith Theegala. Without much wind, scoring conditions were ideal, so scores were exceptionally low.

Last Season: PGA Tour Money List 2022-23

RankGolferEarnings
1Scottie Scheffler$21,014,342
2Jon Rahm$16,522,608
3Viktor Hovland$14,112,234
4Rory McIlroy$13,921,008
5Wyndham Clark$10,757,489
6Max Homa$10,506,366
7Patrick Cantlay$10,372,998
8Brian Harman$9,151,022
9Keegan Bradley$8,897,330
10Xander Schauffle$8,422,856

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Ryan Hannable is a Content Managing Editor on the Web Content Team for BetMGM. Previously, he was a New England Patriots beat writer for WEEI in Boston. He also has published a golf book, “The Ultimate Book of Golf Trivia: 600 Questions and Answers.”

Ryan Hannable is a Content Managing Editor on the Web Content Team for BetMGM. Previously, he was a New England Patriots beat writer for WEEI in Boston. He also has published a golf book, “The Ultimate Book of Golf Trivia: 600 Questions and Answers.”