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Valspar Championship prize money

Valspar Championship prize money: How much does the winner earn?

See how much each player will take home at the Copperhead Course?

 

The Valspar Championship has been played under many different names since the tournament’s inception in 2000.

Of course, the prize money has massively increased as we’ve grown into the millennium. The first winner, John Huston, won $432,000 in the event’s first year.

24 years later, the likes of Sam Burns, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas competed for the winner’s cheque of $1,512,000 at the Copperhead course at Innisbrook Resort.

However, it was Peter Malnati who outperformed his rivals last week, securing a two-shot victory on 12-under-par.

Always the bridesmaid, Cameron Young came second for the seventh time in his PGA Tour career. It is surely only a matter of time until the young American breaks his duck.

Taylor Moore won $1,458,000 last year, beating Adam Schenk by one shot. The winner’s pot has gradually increased over the years and the tournament has never seen such a large pool of money.

Let’s take a look below at the Valspar Championship prize money this year…

Valspar Championship prize money

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Valspar Championship prize money 2024

Win: Peter Malnati: $1.512 million

2: Cameron Young: $915,600

T-3: Chandler Phillips: $495,600

T-3: Mackenzie Hughes: $495,600

T-5: Xander Schauffele: $298,725

T-5: Carl Yuan: $298,725

T-5: Ryan Moore: $298,725

T-5: Adam Hadwin: $298,725

T-9: Christiaan Bezuidenhout: $237,300

T-9: K.H. Lee: $237,300

11: Lucas Glover: $212,100

T-12: Billy Horschel: $166,740

T-12: Taylor Moore: $166,740

T-12: Chez Reavie: $166,740

T-12: Scott Stallings: $166,740

T-12: Kevin Roy: $166,740

T-17: Andrew Novak: $104,020

T-17: Akshay Bhatia: $104,020

T-17: Aaron Baddeley: $104,020

T-17: Matti Schmid: $104,020

T-17: Ben Griffin: $104,020

T-17: Thomas Detry:, $104,020

T-17: Matt Wallace: $104,020

T-17: Joseph Bramlett: $104,020

T-17: Keith Mitchell: $104,020

T-26: Mac Meissner: $60,060

T-26: Dylan Wu: $60,060

T-26: Fred Biondi: $60,060

T-26: Kevin Streelman: $60,060

T-26: Lee Hodges: $60,060

T-26: Cameron Champ: $60,060

T-26: Seamus Power: $60,060

T-33: Sam Ryder: $39,410

T-33: Robert MacIntyre: $39,410

T-33: Stewart Cink: $39,410

T-33: Max Greyserman: $39,410

T-33: Justin Suh: $39,410

T-33: Ryo Hisatsune: $39,410

T-33: Adam Schenk: $39,410

T-33: Eric Cole: $39,410

T-33: Robby Shelton: $39,410

T-33: Michael Kim: $39,410

T-33: Tom Whitney: $39,410

T-33: Brendon Todd: $39,410

T-45: Maverick McNealy: $25,704

T-45: Sami Valimaki: $25,704

T-45: Greyson Sigg: $25,704

T-45: Kevin Dougherty: $25,704

T-49: Matt Kuchar: $21,151.20

T-49: Joel Dahmen: $21,151.20

T-49: Roger Sloan: $21,151.20

T-49: Jorge Campillo: $21,151.20

T-49: Adam Svensson: $21,151.20

T-54: Ryan Palmer: $19,404

T-54: Alexander Bjork: $19,404

T-54: Carson Young: $19,404

T-54: Webb Simpson: $19,404

T-54: Vince Whaley: $19,404

T-54: Norman Xiong: $19,404

T-54: Rico Hoey: $19,404

T-61: S.H. Kim: $18,732

T-61: Chris Gotterip: $18,564

T-61: Hayden Buckley: $18,396

T-64: Nick Taylor: $18,060

T-64: Justin Thomas: $18,060

T-64: Sam Stevens: $18,060

T-67: Harry Hall: $17,388

T-67: Chan Kim: $17,388

T-67: Parker Coody: $17,388

T-67: Ben Martin: $17,388

T-67: Doug Ghim: $17,388

T-72: Ryan Brehm: $16,716

T-72: Callum Tarren: $16,716

T-72: Hayden Springer: $16,716

T-75: Bronson Burgoon: $16,212

T-75: Alejandro Tosti: $16,212

T-75: David Skinns: $16,212

Valspar Championship 2023

Purse: $8,100,000
Winner: $1,458,000 (Taylor Moore)

Valspar Championship 2022

Purse: $7,800,000
Winner: $1,404,000 (Sam Burns)

Valspar Championship 2021

Purse: $6,900,000
Winner: $1,242,000 (Sam Burns)

Valspar Championship 2019

Purse: $6,700,000
Winner: $1,206,000 (Paul Casey)

Valspar Championship 2018

Purse: $6,500,000
Winner: $1,170,000 (Paul Casey)

Valspar Championship 2017

Purse: $6,300,000
Winner: $1,134,000 (Adam Hadwin)

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