Keep scrolling to see the 2022 QBE Shootout prize money…
An unofficial money event on the PGA Tour, the QBE Shootout is a team golf event played during the off-season in December.
Inaugurated in 1989, the tournament was originally called the RMCC Invitational, and was hosted by Greg Norman. Under the Aussie’s leadership, the event was soon renamed the Shark Shootout. Norman has since lost hosting duties after becoming the CEO of LIV Golf.
The first eleven editions of the tournament were played at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California. The QBE Shootout was then moved to the Norman designed Golf Course at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida in 2001, where it has remained ever since.
The format of the QBE Shootout is a three-day, 54-hole stroke play event in which teams of two compete. Since 2014, this has consisted of a first round scramble, second round greensomes, and final round better ball.
So how much will each player win? Here’s the full QBE Shootout purse breakdown…
2022 QBE Shootout prize money
The total purse for the QBE Shootout is $3.8 million with the winners taking home $950,000, split at $475,000 each. Below is the prize money payout for each placed finisher at Tiburon…
1: $950,000 ($475,000 each)
2: $590,000 ($295,000 each)
3: $360,000 ($180,000 each)
4: $284,000 ($142,000 each)
5: $246,000 ($123,000 each)
6: $215,000 ($107,500 each)
7: $205,000 ($102,500 each)
8: $200,000 ($100,000 each)
9: $195,000 ($97,500 each)
10: $190,000 ($95,000 each)
11: $185,000 ($92,500 each)
12: $180,000 ($90,000 each)
2021 prize money
Winners: $895,000 (Kevin Na and Jason Kokrak)
2020 prize money
Winners: $895,000 (Harris English and Mat Kutchar)
2019 prize money
Winners: $870,000 (Rory Sabbatini and Kevin Tway)
2018 prize money
Winners: $850,000 (Brian Harman and Patton Kizzire)
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