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How much does the winner bank? Mexico Open Prize money 2024

How much does each PGA Tour star take home from Vidanta Vallarta?

 

The Mexico Open at Vidanta was back and it was the third year of its return to the PGA Tour schedule.

It had previously been played on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica and the Korn Ferry Tour, what used to be called the Nationwide Tour and the Web.com Tour.

Tony Finau, Nicolai Hojgaard, Ryan Fox and Thorbjorn Olesen headlined the field with significant European representation.

Finau was the defending champion after beating Jon Rahm at Vidanta Vallarta last year by three shots. Rahm won the tournament in 2022.

The American was looking for his seventh win on the PGA Tour, but it was Jake Knapp who won his maiden PGA Tour title with an impressive display on Sunday.

The man who worked as a nightclub bouncer just two years ago carded a final-round 71 to secure victory by two shots over DP World Tour graduate Sami Valimaki.

The purse for last week’s event was $8,100,000 with the winner earning $1,458,000.00 for his troubles.

Mexico Open golf prize money:

Purse: $8,100,000

WIN: Jake Knapp, $1.458 million

2: Sami Valimaki, $882,900

T3: Stephan Jaeger, $429,300

T3: C.T. Pan, $429,300

T3: Justin Lower, $429,300

T6: Patrick Rodgers, $283,500

T6: Robert MacIntyre, $283,500

T8: Carson Young, $220,625

T8: Doug Ghim, $220,625

T8: Andrew Novak, $220,725

T8: Erik van Rooyen, $220,625

T8: Chan Kim, $220,625

T13: Maverick McNealy, $145,125

T13: Tony Finau, $145,125

T13: Alvaro Ortiz, $145,125

T13: Brandon Wu, $145,125

T13: Ben Silverman, $145,125

T13: Henrik Norlander, $145,125

T19: Aaron Rai, $99,549

T19: Greyson Sigg, $99,549

T19: Martin Trainer, $99,549

T19: Jorge Campillo, $99,549

T19: Keith Mitchell, $99,549

T24: Dylan Wu, $61,695

T24: Nico Echavarria, $61,695

T24: Aaron Baddeley, $61,695

T24: Chandler Phillips, $61,695

T24: Parker Coody, $61,695

T24: Stuart Macdonald, $61,695

T24: Chesson Hadley, $61,695

T24: Cameron Champ, $61,695

T24: Davis Thompson, $61,695

T33: Harry Hall, $44,145

T33: James Hahn, $44,145

T33: Chad Ramey, $44,145

T33: Emiliano Grillo, $44,145

T33: Matt Wallace, $44,145

T38: Joseph Bramlett, $32,805

T38: Rafael Campos, $32,805

T38: Austin Eckroat, $32,805

mexico open prize money

T38: Hayden Springer, $32,805

T38: Ryan McCormick, $32,805

T38: Jimmy Stanger, $32,805

T38: Kevin Dougherty, $32,805

T38: Wilson Furr, $32,805

T46: Santiago De la Fuente (a), $0

T46: Thorbjorn Olesen, $25,515

T48: Ryo Hisatsune, $22,194

T48: Cristobal Del Solar, $22,194

T48: Lanto Griffin, $22,194

T48: Mark Hubbard, $22,194

T52: Nicolai Hojgaard, $19,467

T52: Austin Smotherman, $19,467

T52: Padraig Harrington, $19,467

T52: Victor Perez, $19,467

T52: Carl Yuan, $19,467

T52: Ryan Palmer, $19,467

T58: Erik Barnes, $18,630

T58: Troy Merritt, $18,630

T60: Trace Crowe, $18,063

T60: Ryan Moore, $18,063

T60: Jhonattan Vegas, $18,063

T60: Garrick Higgo, $18,063

T60: Robby Shelton, $18,063

65: MJ Daffue, $17,577

What about the Mexico Open prize money prize money from previous years? Here is the total purse and the winner’s share from past tournaments…

2023

Purse: $7,700,000
Winner: $1,386,000 (Tony Finau)

2022

Purse: $7,300,000
Winner: $1,314,000 (Jon Rahm)

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