How much is on offer on the PGA Tour this week?

Cameron Smith won his first individual PGA Tour event in Hawaii and raised more than $10,000 for the Australian bushfires cause. Here’s a breakdown of the Sony Open prize money 2020.

Sony Open prize money 2020

Prize fund: $6,600,000 

1. $1,188,000 (Cameron Smith)

2. $719,000 (Brendan Steele)

3. $455,400 (Webb Simpson)

T4. $277,750 (Kevin Kisner, Graeme McDowell, Ryan Palmer)

T7. $214,500 (Lanto Griffin, Ted Potter Jnr)

T9. $179,850 (Cameron Davis, Bo Hoag, Henrik Norlander)

T12. $116,050 (Keegan Bradley, Corey Conners, Joel Dahmen, Tom Hoge, Charles Howell III, Peter Malnati, Hideki Matsuyama, Brandt Snedeker, Vaughn Taylor)

T21. $64,350 (Mark Anderson, Emiliano Grillo, Sungjae Im, Collin Morikawa, Rob Oppenheim, Rory Sabbatini, Brendon Todd)

T28. $46,200 (Zach Johnson, Marc Leishman, Sam Ryder, DJ Trahan)

T32. $36,850 (Brian Harman, Russell Knox, Matthew NeSmith, Alex Noren, Nick Taylor, Tim Wilkinson)

T38. $27,390 (Abraham Ancer, Daniel Berger, Michael Gellerman, Matt Jones, Patrick Rodgers, Chase Seiffert, Michael Thompson)

T45. $18,496 (Joseph Bramlett, Kramer Hickok, Rikuya Hoshino, Jerry Kelly, Ben Martin, Pat Perez, Scott Piercy, Jimmy Walker)

T53. $15,609 (Nate Lashley, Carlos Ortiz, Sepp Straka, Brian Stuard)

T57. $14,916 (Rhein Gibson, Scott Harrington, Harry Higgs, Joaquin Niemann, Andrew Putnam, Hudson Swafford

T63 $14,388 (Zac Blair, Talor Gooch)

65. $14,190 (Mikumu Horikawa)

66. $14,058 (Satoshi Kodaira)