Winning continues to be a lucrative affair at the PGA Championship in 2020.
This year’s tournament will continue to feature an uber-profitable purse, which should be of particular interest to Brooks Koepka, winner of the last two PGA Championships. If he is able to win an unprecedented third-straight PGA Championship, he stands to make nearly $2 million for the third year in a row at the PGA Championship.
Even those golfers who can’t sniff a first-place finish stand to make decent money this week — so long as they make the cut — with the clear-cut last-place finisher making nearly $20,000.
Below is the full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship purse, including winner’s share and how it compares to previous years and majors.
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PGA Championship purse 2020
The purse at the 2020 PGA Championship should remain at $11 million, same as each of the last two seasons.
How much money does the winner get?
The first-place finisher at this week’s tournament should continue to make $1.98 million. For context on just how much the winner’s share has increased in recent years: When Tiger woods won the 2000 PGA Championship, he took home from $900,000. The winner this week will more than double that.
PGA Championship payouts
We won’t know the exact PGA Championship payouts until the completion of the event, but here is a breakdown of the preliminary 2019 PGA Championship payouts to use as a reference point.
What are the payouts for golf’s four majors?
PGA Championship 2019
U.S. Open 2019
British Open 2019
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