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Genesis Invitational prize money: What does the winner earn?

How much does each PGA Tour star take home from Riviera Country Club?

 

The Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club was back and so was Tiger Woods and it was a completely new Tiger we have not seen in nearly 30 years.

The 48-year-old unveiled Sun Day Red, his new clothing and footwear brand with TaylorMade after splitting from Nike after a 27-year partnership.

Woods was entered in this Signature Event field among the best golfers in the world. This event had a 36-hole cut, unlike the larger portion of Signature Events this season.

Following a chaotic week at the WM Phoenix Open, the PGA Tour arrived at one of its most famous destinations which was graced by a strong field.

Patrick Cantlay, Rory McIlroy, Xander Schauffele, Viktor Hovland, Max Homa, Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele, Scottie Scheffler, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas were just a handful of names surrounded by other stars in LA.

Unfortunately, Woods only lasted one full round at Pacific Palisades and he withdrew with a case of influenza.

It was Hideki Matsuyama who lit up the fairways on Sunday as he shot an incredible 62 to win his ninth PGA Tour title and his first victory in two years.

Check out the Genesis Invitational prize money below!

ALSO: What clubs did Matsuyama use to win the Genesis Invitational?

genesis invitational prize money

Genesis Invitational prize money 2024

2024

Purse: $20,000,000

WIN: Hideki Matsuyama, $4 million

T2: Will Zalatoris, $1.8 million

T2: Luke List, $1.8 million

T4: Adam Hadwin, $866,666.67

T4: Patrick Cantlay, $866,666.67

T4: Xander Schauffele, $866,666.67

7: Harris English, $700,000

8: Tom Hoge, $646,000

9: Jason Day, $600,000

T10: Tommy Fleetwood, $455,000

T10: Sam Burns, $455,000

T10: Scottie Scheffler, $455,000

T10: Eric Cole, $455,000

T10: Adam Svensson, $455,000

T10: J.T. Poston, $455,000

T16: Byeong Hun An, $329,000

T16: Max Homa, $329,000

T16: Cameron Young, $329,000

T19: Collin Morikawa, $251,400

T19: Ludvig Aberg, $251,400

T19: Viktor Hovland, $251,400

T19: Tony Finau, $251,400

T19: Adam Scott, $251,400

T24: Lee Hodges, $164,857.14

T24: Tom Kim, $164,857.14

T24: Rory McIlroy, $164,857.14

T24: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, $164,857.14

T24: Russell Henley, $164,857.14

T24: Beau Hossler, $164,857.14

T24: Corey Conners, $164,857.14

T31: Taylor Moore, $123,000

T31: Seamus Power, $123,000

T31: Brendon Todd, $123,000

T31: Mackenzie Hughes, $123,000

T35: Rickie Fowler, $106,500

T35: Lucas Glover, $106,500

T37: Sahith Theegala, $96,500

T37: Ben Griffin, $96,500

T39: Nicolai Nojgaard, $82,000

T39: Gary Woodland, $82,000

T39: Denny McCarthy, $82,000

T39: Nick Taylor, $82,000

T39: Kurt Kitayama, $82,000

T44: Emiliano Grillo, $62,400

T44: Andrew Putnam, $62,400

T44: Si Woo Kim, $62,400

T44: Singjae Im, $62,400

T44: Brian Harman, $62,400

49: Cam Davis, $54,000

50: Charley Hoffman, $52,000

51: Chase Johnson, $51,000

What about the Genesis Invitational prize money from previous years? Here is the total purse and the winner’s share from historical tournaments…

Prize money: Genesis Invitational down the years

2023

Purse: $20,000,000
Winner: $3,600,000 (Jon Rahm)

2022

Purse: $12,000,000
Winner: $2,160,000 (Joaquin Niemann)

2021

Purse: $9,300,000
Winner: $1,674,000 (Max Homa)

2020

Purse: $9,300,000
Winner: $1,674,000 (Adam Scott)

2019

Purse: $7,400,000
Winner: $1,332,000 (J. B. Holmes)

genesis invitational prize money

2018

Purse: $7,200,000
Winner: $1,296,000 (Bubba Watson)

2017

Purse: $7,000,000
Winner: $1,260,000 (Dustin Johnson)

2016

Purse: $6,800,000
Winner: $1,224,000 (Bubba Watson)

2015

Purse: $6,700,000
Winner: $1,206,000 (James Hahn)

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