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There was a huge increase to the 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship prize money compared with what was on offer in 2018.

The total prize fund was increased from $4.4 million to $6.6 million – due to the event being upgraded to a full FedEx Cup event.

This meant that Sebastian Munoz’ winner’s share was set at $1.118 million, which was just under $400,000 more than what Cameron Champ received last year.

Sungjae Im who was defeated in the play-off received $719,400 while players who made the cut took home a minimum of $13,794.

Here’s a breakdown of the 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship prize money.

2019 Sanderson Farms Championship prize money

Total prize fund: $6.6 million

Winner’s share: Sebastian Munoz, $1.118 million
2: Sungjae Im, $719,400
3: Byeong Hun An, $455,400
T4: Kevin Streelman, $297,000
T4: Carlos Ortiz, $297,000
T6: Bronson Burgoon, $208,230
T6: Dylan Frittelli, $208,230
T6: George McNeill, $208,230
T6: Harris English, $208,230
T6: Dominic Bozzelli, $208,230
T11: Lanto Griffin, $153,450
T11: J.T. Poston, $153,450
T11: Cameron Percy, $153,450
T14: Brian Harman, $123,750
T14: Zach Johnson, $123,750
T16: Cameron Tringale, $110,550
T16: Scottie Scheffler, $110,550
T18: Denny McCarthy, $87,450
T18: Garrett Osborn, $87,450
T18: Richy Werenski, $87,450
T18: Zack Sucher, $87,450
T18: Fabián Gómez, $87,450
T23: Peter Uihlein, $59,070
T23: Adam Long, $59,070
T23: David Hearn, $59,070
T23:: Charley Hoffman, $59,070
T23: Robert Streb, $59,070
T28: Brian Stuard, $42,363.75
T28: Robby Shelton, $42,363.75
T28: Shawn Stefani, $42,363.75
T28: Cameron Davis, $42,363.75
T28: Scott Stallings, $42,363.75
T28: Cameron Champ, $42,363.75
T28: Mark Anderson, $42,363.75
T28: Stewart Cink, $42,363.75
T36: Adam Schenk, $32,780
T36: Tommy Gainey, $32,780
T36: J.J. Spaun, $32,780
T39: Davis Riley, $26,730
T39: Aaron Wise, $26,730
T39: Emiliano Grillo, $26,730
T39: Michael Gellerman, $26,730
T39: Tom Hoge, $26,730
T39: Scott Brown, $26,730
T45: Ben Crane, $18,828.86
T45: Sam Burns, $18,828.86
T45: Anirban Lahiri, $18,828.86
T45: Jamie Lovemark, $18,828.86
T45: Peter Malnati, $18,828.86
T45: Vincent Whaley, $18,828.85
T45: Brandt Snedeker, $18,828.85
T52: Doc Redman, $16,038
T52: Roberto Castro, $16,038
T54: Joaquin Niemann, $15,312
T54: Bo Hoag, $15,312
T54: Sebastian Cappelen, $15,312
T54: Jonathan Byrd, $15,312
T54: Bill Haas, $15,312
T54: Russell Henley, $15,312
60: Xinjun Zhang, $14,850
T61: Rafael Campos, $14,520
T61: Patrick Rodgers, $14,520
T61: Alex Cejka, $14,520
T61: Si Woo Kim, $14,520
T65: Chase Seiffert, $14,124
T65: Brian Gay, $14,124
67: Ricky Barnes, $13,926
68: Daniel Chopra, $13,794

Previous Sanderson Farms Championship prize money

2019 Sanderson Farms Championship prize money

The Sanderson Farms Championship prize money and winner’s share in previous year has been as follows:

2018: Cameron Champ, $792,000/$4.4 million
2017: Ryan Armour, $774,000/$4.3 million
2016: Cody Gribble, $756,000/$4.2 million
2015: Peter Malnati, $738,000/$4.1 million
2014: Nick Taylor, $720,000/$4 million

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