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LIV Golf Adelaide prize money 2024

Check out how much each player could win at LIV Golf Adelaide…

 

The LIV Golf League returned to the venue that harnessed the spirit and the passion of Australian golf fans in 2023 who many have said have been starved of professional golf action for many years.

The Grange in Adelaide played host to the stars of the LIV Golf roster and Ripper GC, a team entirely made of Aussies Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman, Lucas Herbert and Matt Jones.

Ripper GC took the team win in stunning fashion by beating Stinger GC in an exciting playoff surrounded by feverish fans.

The team celebrated afterwards by spraying champagne on top of each other on stage in front of the thousands who attended the event. In the individual format, Brendan Steele took the victory and helped Hy Flyers GC to their first-ever podium finish in the LIV Golf League.

Greg Norman has taken great pleasure in taking the breakaway league down under to his home nation where last year, Talor Gooch tasted success. He followed this up with another win one week later in Singapore.

Take a look below at the LIV Golf Adelaide prize money breakdown for 2024:

liv golf adelaide prize money

LIV Golf prize money: Adelaide

Individual prize money

Win: Brendan Steele, $4,000,000

2: Louis Oosthuizen, $2,250,000

T3: Jon Rahm, $920,000

T3: Andy Ogletree, $920,000

T3: Joaquin Niemann, $920,000

T3: Charl Schwartzel, $920,000

T3: Dean Burmester, $920,000

8: Mito Pereira, $525,000

T9: Abraham Ancer, $385,500

T9: Brooks Koepka, $385,500

T9: Matt Jones, $385,500

T9: Jinichero Kozuma, $385,500

T9: Danny Lee, $385,500

T14: Martin Kaymer, $275,000

T14: Marc Leishman, $275,000

T14: Lucas Herbert, $275,000

T14: Thomas Pieters, $275,000

T14: Anirban Lahiri, $275,000

T14: Tyrrell Hatton, $275,000

T14: Cameron Smith, $275,000

21: Cameron Tringale, $230,000

T22: Caleb Surratt, $220,000

T22: Richard Bland, $220,000

T22: Patrick Reed, $220,000

T22: Carlos Ortiz, $220,000

T26: Adrian Meronk, $190,000

T26: Matthew Wolff, $190,000

liv golf adelaide prize money

T26: Bryson DeChambeau, $190,000

T26: Talor Gooch, $190,000

T26: Charles Howell III, $190,000

T31: Paul Casey, $165,000

T31: Pat Perez, $165,000

T31: Dustin Johnson, $165,000

T34: Kevin Na, $150,000

T34: Lee Westwood, $150,000

T34: Peter Uihlein, $150,000

T34: Bubba Watson, $150,000

T38: Sebastian Munoz, $140,000

T38: Phil Mickelson, $140,000

T40: Sergio Garcia, $135,000

T40: Branden Grace, $135,000

T40: David Puig, $135,000

T40: Kalle Samooja, $135,000

T40: Sam Horsfield, $135,000

45: Eugenio Chacarra, $125,000

T46: Graeme McDowell, $125,000

T46: Scott Vincent, $125,000

48: Harold Varner III, $120,000

49: Jason Kokrak, $60,000

50: Kieran Vincent, $60,000

51: Henrik Stenson, $60,000

T52: Hudson Swafford, $50,000

T52: Ian Poulter, $50,000

54: Anthony Kim, $50,000

Team prize money

1: Ripper GCI: $3,000,000 ($750,000 per player – Smith, Leishman, Jones, Herbert)

2: Stinger GC: $1,500,000 ($375,000 per player – Oosthuizen, Burmester, Schwartzel, Grace)

3: Hy Flyers GC: $500,000 ($125,000 per player – Mickelson, Steele, Tringale, Ogletree)

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