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Tour Championship Purse and Prize Money Breakdown 2019

Tour Championship Purse and Prize Money Breakdown 2019

This coming weekend, the 2019 FedExCup Playoffs is going to see it’s much-awaited ending. After a thrilling BMW Championship tournament in Medinah last week, all eyes will be on the 2019 TOUR Championship, which will ultimately decide which golfer will receive the biggest chunk of the record $70 million purse for the FedExCup race. But as far as the 30 players who are going to play at East Lake, the total sum of the purse they’re going to get is at $46 million. Let’s check out how that money is going to be divvied up.

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Updated Purse and Prize Money Breakdown for Tour Championship Running from August 22 to 25, 2019

Where: East Lake Golf Course, Atlanta, Georgia

When: August 22-25 2019

Lines: view all 2019 Tour ChampionshipChampionship lines

TV Broadcast: ESPN/CBS


The Total Payout – $46 million

The money that’s going to fly around at the conclusion of the TOUR Championship is borderline crazy. The player who finishes first at East Lake this coming weekend in terms of their FedExCup standings stands to inject his bank account with a dizzying total of $15 million or more than what the combined 2019 salary of New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley and Atlanta Falcons tailback Devonta Freeman. It’s just insane. The runner-up will get a neat $5 million, which is still more than Christian McCaffrey of the Carolina Panthers will get this year. Even the last placer among all 30 golfers who’ll tee off at East Lake is going to get a handsome sum of $395,000. Imagine being the worst golfer and still getting close to 400 grand.

The Complete Breakdown

Finish Amount
1 $15,000,000
2 $5,000,000
3 $4,000,000
4 $3,000,000
5 $2,500,000
6 $1,900,000
7 $1,300,000
8 $1,100,000
9 $950,000
10 $830,000
11 $750,000
12 $705,000
13 $660,000
14 $620,000
15 $595,000
16 $570,000
17 $550,000
18 $535,000
19 $520,000
20 $505,000
21 $490,000
22 $478,000
23 $466,000
24 $456,000
25 $445,000
26 $435,000
27 $425,000
28 $415,000
29 $405,000
30 $395,000

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