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PGA Tour Zurich Classic Prize Money Revealed


PGA Tour Zurich Classic Prize Money Revealed: On Sunday, the Zurich Classic of New Orleans was Patrick Cantlay’s and Xander Schaffele’s defeat at TPC Louisiana. The No. 4 and 12 ranked players on the planet, respectively, shared a 5-shot direct heading into the final round of the 2-man team event, having set a 54-hole scoring record for the event at 29 under par by 6 shots. With the format for Sunday’s play being quartet (alternate shot), the chance for one of the chasers to make a mad dash at the final of play was tough. Follow More Update OnĀ GetIndiaNews.com

PGA Tour Zurich Classic Prize Money

PGA Tour Zurich Classic Prize Money

In the final, none could close the gap absolutely, Schauffele and Cantlay posting an even-par 72 to win by 2 shots. Yes, the lead did get trimmed to one stroke on the back 9, runners-up Billy Horschel and Sam Burns going 5 under on their first 11 holes. But a birdie from Team Schuaflay on the 11th hole and a bogey from Horschel/Burns on the 17th gave the winning side much breathing room on the 18th hole as they closed out a wire-to-wire winning with a bogey.

With the victory, Cantlay asserted his 7th tour title, the last summer’s Tour Championship. It was the 5th Schaffele, but his 1st since the 2019 Sentry Tournament of Champions. The overall pursuit for this week is $8.3 million, and the prize money payout works likewise to other PGA Tour events. For the 1st place team, you add the money an individual champion would make ($1.494 million) to the money the 2nd-place finisher would get ($904,700), then divide by 2 to get the amount that each player on the triumphing team gets ($1.119 million).

As we mentioned a year ago, what is interesting about this is that the distribution of money in the event skews more toward the top of the leader board than a constant individual event. Here is how much money a particular complete would get you if it was an individual event with an $8.3 million purse versus how much a team finish gets.

PGA Tour Zurich Classic Prize Money Details

Here is how much prize money every golfer who made the cut will earn this week at TPC Lousiana (all money is per player).

Win: Patrick Cantlay/Xander Schauffele, -29, $1,199,350Sam Burns/Billy Horschel,- 27, $489,700
3: Doc Redman/Sam Ryder, -24, $320,587.50
T-4: Davis Riley/Will Zalatoris, -23, $191,937.50
T-4: Keegan Bradley/Brendan Steele, -23, $191,937.50
T-4: Harold Varner III/Bubba Watson, -23, $191,937.50
T-4: Taylor Moore/Matthew NeSmith, -23, $191,937.50
T-4: Aaron Rai/David Lipsky, -23, $191,937.50
T-4: Brandon Grace/Garrick Higgo, -23, $191,937.50
T-10: Dylan Wu/Justin Lower, -22, $98,285.83
T-10: Wyndham Clark/Cameron Tringale, -22, $98,285.83
T-10: Jason Day/Jason Schrivner, -22, $98,285.83
13: Shane Lowry/Ian Poulter, -21, $69,803
T-14: Justin Rose/Henrik Stenson, -20, $55,246.88
T-14: Adam Schenk/Tyler Duncan, -20, $55,246.88
T-14: Sungjae Im/Ben An, -20, $55,246.88
T-14: Mark Hubbard/Ryan Brehm, -20, $55,246.88
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Pallavi Ghosh has covered politics and Parliament for 15 years, and has reported extensively on Congress, UPA-I and UPA-II, and has now included the Finance Ministry and Niti Aayog in her reportage. She tweets at @alishach03


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