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Zozo Championship prize money

See how much each player took home in Japan
 

After more than four years, and exactly 100 PGA Tour starts, Keegan Bradley is back in the winners’ circle after landing the 2022 Zozo Championship. The 2011 PGA Champion carded a final round 68 to pip Rickie Fowler and Andrew Putnam by one shot and earn his first win since 2018.

The Zozo Championship, founded in 2019 and co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour and Japan Tour, is played at Accordia Narashino – except in 2020 when it was moved to Sherwood in California due to the Covid pandemic – and generally attracts a strong field as it falls in the quieter season and does not feature the traditional a halfway cut.

Indeed, the inaugural Zozo Championship was where Tiger Woods won his record-equalling 82nd PGA Tour title.

And, because we know you’re thinking it too, Zozo is a Japanese clothing brand.

So how much will each player win? Here’s the full Zozo Championship prize money breakdown…

2022 Zozo Championship prize money

The total purse for the Zozo Championship is $11 million, with Keegan Bradley taking home $1.98 million. Below is the payout for each placed finish at Accordia Narashino…

Winner: Keegan Bradley, $1,980,000
T2: Rickie Fowler, $968,000
T2: Andrew Putnam, $968,000
4: Emiliano Grilli, $528,000
T5: Hayden Buckley, $401,500
T5: Viktor Hovland, $401,500
T5: Sahith Theegala, $401,500
8: Cameron Champ, $341,000
T9: Tom Hoge, $297,000
T9: Xander Schauffele, $297,000
T9: Matthew NeSmith, $297,000
T12: Taylor Moore, $222,310
T12: Maverick McNealey, $222,310
T12: Ryo Hisatsune, $222,310
T12: Keita Nakajima, $222,310
T16: Mikumu Horikawa, $151,674
T16: Satoshi Kodaira, $151,674
T16: Patrick Rodgers, $151,674
T16: Joel Dahmen, $151,674
T16: Adam Schenk, $151,674
T16: Beau Hossler, $151,674
T16: Wyndham Clark, $151,674
T23: Lee Hodges, $107,360
T23: Mackenzie Hughes, $107,360
T25: JJ Spaun, $85,085
T25: Corey Conners, $85,085
T25: Tom Kim, $85,085
T25: Alex Smalley, $85,085
T29: Dylan Frittelli, $65,795
T29: Cam Davis, $65,795
T29: Sungjae Im, $65,795
T29: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, $65,795
T29: Luke List, $65,795
T29: Kurt Kitayama, $65,795
T29: Brandon Wu, $65,795
T36: Sebastian Munoz, $50,297
T36: Kazuki Higa, $50,297
T36: Aaron Rai, $50,297
T36: Sam Ryder, $50,297
T40: Hideki Matsuyama, $40,260
T40: Stephan Jaeger, $40,260
T40: Davis Lipsky, $40,260
T40: Scott Stallings$40,260
T40: Brandan Steele, $40,260
T45: Martin Laird, $27,637
T45: Si Woo Kim, $27,637
T45: Sepp Straka, $27,637
T45: Collin Morikawa, $27,637
T45: John Huh, $27,637
T45: Chez Reavie, $27,637
T45: Mito Pereira, $27,637
T45: Tyrrell Hatton, $27,637
T53: Danny Lee, $22,586
T53: Takumi Kanaya, $22,586
T53: Cameron Young, $22,586
T53: Adam Long, $22,586
T53: Tommy Fleetwood, $22,586
T53: Yuto Katsuragawa, $22,586
T59: KH Lee, $21,340
T59: Adam Svensson, $21,340
T59: CT Pan, $21,340
T59: Rikuya Hoshino, $21,340
T59: Lucas Herbert, $21,340
T64: Matt Wallace, $20,570
T64: Naoyuki Kataoka, $20,570
66: Mark Hubbard, $20,240
T67: Davis Riley, $19,910
T67: Aguri Iwasaki, $19,910
T69: Chad Ramey, $19,470
T69: Hiroshi Iwata, $19,470
71: Troy Merritt, $19,140
T72: Riki Kawamoto, $18,810
T72: Peter Malnati, $18,810
T74: Russell Knox, $18,370
T74: Kevin Streelman, $18,370
76: Kaito Onishi, $18,040
77: Tomoharu Otsuki, $17,820
78: Shugo Imahira, $17,600

2021 Zozo Championship prize money

Purse: $9,950,000
Winner: $1,791,000

2020 Zozo Championship prize money

Purse: $8,000,000
Winner: $1,440,000

2019 Zozo Championship prize money

Purse: $9,750,000
Winner: $1,755,000

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