How much will players earn on the PGA Tour this weekend?

Players who weren’t competing at The Open still had an opportunity to gain a victory on the PGA Tour and get their hands on a payout from the 2019 Barbasol Championship prize money.

The prize purse remained the same for the event at Keene Trace Golf Club with the total amount on offer being set at $3.5 million.

Jim Herman recorded his second PGA Tour win and pocketed the winner’s share which was set at $630,000. Runner up Kelly Kraft took home just short of $380,000.

Players who made the cut earned over $7,000 and if they pushed themselves into the top 10 they banked over $98,000.

Here’s a full breakdown of the 2019 Barbasol Championship prize money.

2019 Barbasol Championship prize money

Total prize purse: $3.5 million

Winner: Jim Herman, $630,000
2nd: Kelly Kraft, $378,000
3rd: Sepp Straka, $238,000
T4: Austin Cook, $154,000
T4:: Matt Jones,, $154,000
T6: Martin Laird, $117,250
T6: Josh Teater, $117,250
T6: D.J. Trahan, $117,250
T9: Dominic Bozzelli, $98,000
T9: Sebastián Muñoz, $98,000
T11: Cameron Davis, $77,000
T11: Bill Haas, $77,000
T11: Denny McCarthy, $77,000
T11: José de Jesús Rodríguez, $77,000
T15: Ryan Blaum, $59,500
T15: Kyle Jones, $59,500
T15: Nick Taylor, $59,500
T18: Anders Albertson, $47,250
T18: Jason Dufner, $47,250
T18: Brice Garnett, $47,250
T18: Adam Schenk, $47,250
T22: Roberto Castro, $37,800
T22: Stephan Jaeger, $37,800
T24: Kramer Hickok, $29,050
T24: Billy Hurley III, $29,050
T24: Ted Potter, Jr, $29,050
T24: Zack Sucher, $29,050
T24: Richy Werenski, $29,050
T29: Harris English, $21,775
T29: Cody Gribble, $21,775
T29: Scott Langley, $21,775
T29: J.T. Poston, $21,775
T29: Alex Prugh, $21,775
T29: David Toms, $21,775
T29: Chase Wright, $21,775
T36: Fabián Gómez, $17,208
T36: Tom Hoge, $17,208
T36: Tom Lovelady, $17,208
T39: John Chin, $14,000
T39: Chris Couch, $14,000
T39: Tommy Gainey, $14,000
T39: Ben Silverman, $14,000
T39: Shawn Stefani, $14,000
T39: Tyrone Van Aswegen, $14,000
T45: Ricky Barnes, $9,634
T45: Charlie Beljan, $9,634
T45: Case Cochran, $9,634
T45: David Hearn, $9,634
T45: Whee Kim, $9,634
T45: Hunter Mahan, $9,634
T45: Wes Roach, $9,634
T45: Stephen Stallings Jr, $9,634
T53: Ryan Armour, $7,882
T53: Daniel Chopra, $7,882
T53: Brandon Harkins, $7,882
T53: Satoshi Kodaira, $7,882
T53: Nicholas Lindheim, $7,882
T53: George McNeill, $7,882
T53: Rod Pampling, $7,882
T53: Seamus Power, $7,882
T53: Brendon Todd, $7,882
T53: Peter Uihlein, $7,882
T53: Cullan Brown (a)
T64: Jonathan Byrd, $7,385
T64: Julián Etulain, $7,385
T64:: Robert Garrigus, $7,385
T64: Jhonattan Vegas, $7,385
68th: Chip McDaniel, $7,210
69th: Boo Weekley, $7,140
T70:: Freddie Jacobson, $7,035
T70: Hank Lebioda, $7,035
72nd: Arjun Atwal, $6,930

Barbasol Championship prize money

2019 Barbasol Championship prize money

The previous Barbasol Championship prize money and winner’s share has been as follows:

2018: Troy Merritt, $630,000/$3.5 million
2017: Grayson Murray, $630,000/$3.5 million
2016: Aaron Baddeley, $630,000/$3.5 million
2015: Scott Piercy, $630,000/$3.5 million

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