How much did players earn on the European Tour this week?

The European Tour headed to Amsterdam as the Race to Dubai hots up with players looking for a pay out from the 2019 KLM Open prize money.

The total prize fund was set at €2 million which was an increase of €200,000 compared to what was on offer in 2018.

Sergio Garcia pocketed the €333,330 winner’s share which was €33,330 more than what Ashun Wu took home last year.

Runner-up Nicolai Højgaard received €222,220 while players who made the top 10 took home a minimum of €34,800.

Here is a breakdown of the 2019 KLM Open prize money

2019 KLM Open prize money

Total prize purse: €2 million

Winner: Sergio Garcia, €333,330
2: Nicolai Højgaard, €222,220
3: Matt Wallace, €125,200
4: James Morrison, €100,000
5: Callum Shinkwin, €84,800
6: Rikard Karlberg, €70,000
T7: Will Besseling, €51,600
T7: Joakim Lagergren, €51,600
T7: Hugo Leon, €51,600
T10: Bradley Dredge, €34,800
T10: Mike Lorenzo-Vera, €34,800
T10: Joost Luiten, €34,800
T10: Thomas Pieters, €34,800
T10: Matthew Southgate, €34,800
T15: Steven Brown, €26,533
T15: Ashley Chesters, €26,533
T15: George Coetzee, €26,533
T15: Padraig Harrington, €26,533
T15: Liam Johnston, €26,533
T15: Patrick Reed, €26,533
T21: Scott Jamieson, €21,700
T21: Kurt Kitayama, €21,700
T21: Edoardo Molinari, €21,700
T21: Andres Romero, €21,700
T21: Antoine Rozner, €21,700
T21: Brandon Stone, €21,700
T27: Rowin Caron, €17,222
T27: Jamie Donaldson, €17,222
T27: Paul Dunne, €17,222
T27: Maximillian Kieffer, €17,222
T27: Romain Langasque, €17,222
T27: Jake Mcleod, €17,222
T27: Chris Paisley, €17,222
T27: Hideto Tanihara, €17,222
T27: Jeunghun Wang, €17,222
T36: Sean Crocker, €14,000
T36: Thomas Detry, €14,000
T36: Max Orrin, €14,000
T36: Jeff Winther, €14,000
T40: Eduardo De La Riva, €11,600
T40: Gavin Green, €11,600
T40: Espen Kofstad, €11,600
T40: Shubhankar, €11,600
T40: Lee Slattery, €11,600
T40: Johannes Veerman, €11,600
T40: Euan Walker, €11,600
T40: Chris Wood, €11,600
48: Troy Merritt, €9,800
T49: Nino Bertasio, €8,400
T49: Pedro Figueiredo, €8,400
T49: Daniel Gavins, €8,400
T49: Sam Horsfield, €8,400
T49: Nick McCarthy, €8,400
T49: Yusaku Miyazato, €8,400
T55: Søren Kjeldsen, €6,320
T55: Stuart Manley, €6,320
T55: Haydn Porteous, €6,320
T55: Richie Ramsay, €6,320
T55: Ashun Wu, €6,320
T60: Gaganjeet Bhullar, €5,400
T60: Trevor Immelman, €5,400
T60: Koen Kouwenaar (a)
T60: David Law, €5,400
64: Gavin Moynihan, €5,000
T65: Mikko Korhonen, €4,700
T65: Marc Warren, €4,700
T67: Anton Karlsson, €4,200
T67: Niklas Lemke, €4,200
T67: Reinier Saxton, €4,200
T70: Per Langfors, €3,725
T70: Sebastian Soderberg, €3,725
T72: Christofer Blomstrand, €2,999
T72: Sven Maurits, €2,999

Previous KLM Open prize money

2019 KLM Open prize money

The KLM Open prize money and winner’s share in previous year has been as follows:

2018: Ashun Wu, €300,000/€1.8 million
2017: Romain Wattel, €300,000/€1.8 million
2016: Joost Luiten, €300,000/€1.8 million


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