See how much each player took home in Hawaii

On a dramatic final day in Hawaii, Jon Rahm overcame the odds to land his eighth PGA Tour title at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. The Spaniard trailed by seven shots heading into the last round at the Plantation Course, but a 10-under 63 combined with a Collin Morikawa collapse saw his Ryder Cup rival complete the largest 54-hole comeback on the PGA Tour since 1978.

Morikawa headed into Sunday with a six-shot lead, but a final-round 72 meant he became just the eighth player in PGA Tour history to fail to close out a six-shot 54-hole lead. Keep scrolling to see the 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions prize money…

Sentry Tournament of Champions

Played in Hawaii on the island of Maui, the Sentry Tournament of Champions is the calendar-year opening event on the PGA Tour. Since 1999, the tournament has been played at the Plantation Course at the Kapalua Resort, which is a par 73.

Founded in 1953, the tournament is restricted to golfers who won a tournament on the PGA Tour the previous season, as well as any player who qualified for the preceding Tour Championship.

From 2023 onwards, the event will serve as the first “elevated event” within the new lucrative PGA Tour schedule. So how much will each player win? Here’s the full Sentry Tournament of Champions prize money breakdown…

2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions prize money

The total purse for the Sentry Tournament of Champions was $15 million with Rahm taking home a whopping $2,700,000. Below is the prize money payout for each placed finisher at the Plantation Course…

Winner: $2,700,000 – Jon Rahm
2: $1,500,000 – Collin Morikawa
T3: $840,000 – Tom Hoge
T3: $840,000 – Max Homa
T5: $555,000 – Tom Kim
T5: $555,000 – JJ Spaun
T7: $368,750 – Matt Fitzpatrick
T7: $368,750 – KH Lee
T7: $368,750 – Scottie Scheffler
T11: $292,500 – Luke List
T11: $292,500 – Will Zalatoris
T13: $265,000 – Sungjae Im
T13: $265,000 – Jordan Spieth
T13: $265,000 – Cameron Young
T16: $241,000 – Patrick Cantlay
T16: $241,000 – Brian Harman
T18: $229,000 – Corey Conners
T18: $229,000 – Viktor Hovland
T18: $229,000 – Aaron Wise
T21: $220,000 – Mackenzie Huges
T21: $220,000 – Hideki Matsuyama
T21: $220,000 – JT Poston
T21: $220,000 – Sepp Straka
T25: $213,333 – Seamus Power
T25: $213,333 – Scott Stallings
T25: $213,333 – Justin Thomas
28: $211,000 – Trey Mullinax
29: $210,000 – Adam Scott
T30: $208,500 – Russell Henley
T30: $208,500 – Billy Horschel
32: $207,000 – Sam Burns
33: $206,000 – Sahith Theegala
34: $205,000 – Keegan Bradley
T35: $203,500 – Ryan Brehm
T35: $203,500 – Chez Reavie
37: $202,000 – Adam Svensson
38: $201,000 – Chad Ramey
WD: Xander Schauffele

2022 prize money

Purse: $8,200,000
Winner: $1,476,000 (Cameron Smith)

2021 prize money

Purse: $6,700,000
Winner: $1,340,000 (Harris English)

2020 prize money

Purse: $6,700,000
Winner: $1,340,000 (Justin Thomas)

2019 prize money

Purse: $6,500,000
Winner: $1,300,000 (Xander Schauffele)

Sentry Tournament of Champions prize money


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