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Shriners Children's Open prize money

Shriners Children’s Open prize money

Here is the prize money breakdown for the 2023 Shriners Children’s Open in Las Vegas

 

Tom Kim successfully defended his Shriners Children’s Open title at TPC Summerlin as he pocketed $1.512 million from the 2023 Shriners Children’s Open prize money.

Kim, who defeated Adam Hadwin by one shot, became the youngest player since Tiger Woods to reach three PGA Tour victories.

The South Korean also became the second youngest player since 1900 to defend a PGA Tour title.

Canadian, Hadwin, received $915,600 for his efforts while players who made the top 10 received over $235,000.

Below is the 2023 Shriners Children’s Open prize money breakdown for each position.

Shriners Children’s Open prize money 2023

Total purse: $8.4 million

Winner: Tom Kim, $1.512 million
2: Adam Hadwin, $915,600
T3: Eric Cole, $410,025
T3: Alex Noren, $410,025
T3: J.T. Poston, $410,025
T3: Taylor Pendrith, $410,025
T7: Beau Hossler, $238,000
T7: Cam Davis, $238,000
T7: Chesson Hadley, $238,000
T7: Joel Dahmen, $238,000
T7: Isaiah Salinda, $238,000
T7: K.H. Lee, $238,000
T13: Ludvig Aberg, $154,980
T13: Nick Taylor, $154,980
T13: Ryan Moore, $154,980
T13: Vince Whaley, $154,980
T13: Lanto Griffin, $154,980
T18: Cameron Champ, $111,300
T18: Tyler Duncan, $111,300
T18: Michael Kim, $111,300
T18: Luke List, $111,300
T18: Adam Svensson, $111,300
T23: Erik van Rooyen, $81,060
T23: Kelly Kraft, $81,060
T23: Callum Tarren, $81,060
T26: Matti Schmid, $66,360
T26: Harry Hall, $66,360
T28: Matt Wallace, $55,080
T28: Aaron Rai, $55,080
T28: Greyson Sigg, $55,080
T28: Davis Riley, $55,080
T28: Ben Taylor, $55,080
T28: Sam Ryder, $55,080
T28: Nicholas Lindheim, $55,080
T35: Adam Long, $40,080
T35: Austin Smotherman, $40,080
T35: Davis Thompson, $40,080
T35: Akshay Bhatia, $40,080
T35: Taylor Montgomery, $40,080
T35: Henrik Norlander, $40,080
T35: Brent Grant, $40,080
T42: Nate Lashley, $30,660
T42: Zac Blair, $30,660
T42: Scott Piercy, $30,660
T42: Matt NeSmith, $30,660
T46: Sam Stevens, $26,268
T46: J.J. Spaun, $26,268
T46: Garrick Higgo, $26,268
T46: Chad Ramey, $26,268
T46: Patton Kizzire, $26,268
T46: Webb Simpson, $26,268
T52: Carl Yuan, $20,244
T52: Brandt Snedeker $20,244
T52: Yuxin Lin, $20,244
55: Nick Hardy $19,740
T56: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, $19,236
T56: Harrison Endycott, $19,236
T56: Nicolai Hojgaard, $19,236
T56: Justin Suh, $19,236
T56: Trevor Werbylo, $19,236
T61: Tano Goya, $18,648
T61: Alex Smalley, $18,648
63: Matthias Schwab, $18,396
T64: Hayden Buckley, $18,144
T64: Troy Merritt, $18,144
T66: Jason Dufner, $17,808
T66: Doc Redman, $17,808
68: James Hahn, $17,556

Previous Shriners Children’s Open prize money

Shriners Children's Open prize money

What about the Shriners Children’s Open purse from previous years? Here are the total purses and the winner’s share from the last five tournaments.

2022

Prize purse: $8 million
Winner: Tom Kim ($1.44 million)

2021

Prize purse: $7 million
Winner: Sung Jae Im ($1.26 million)

2020

Prize purse: $7 million
Winner: Martin Laird ($1.26 million)

2019

Prize purse: $7 million
Winner: Kevin Na ($1.26 million)

2018

Prize purse: $7 million
Winner: Bryson DeChambeau ($1.26 million)

Matthew Beedle

National Club Golfer and National Club Golfer magazine

Matthew has been playing golf since he was around 13 and took up the game at a local nine-hole municipal course with his friends before joining Pontefract & District Golf Club just over the hedge.

Still a member of Pontefract with a handicap of 3, he currently sits on the board of directors to help with digital and marketing initiatives in order to improve membership and visitor income.

Matthew graduated university with a First Class in Sports Journalism from Leeds Trinity University and has been working in the golf industry since graduating.

NCG’s social media & marketing manager, Matthew’s main job role is to increase website traffic to the National Club Golfer website via our email and social media channels as well as driving entries to grow our NCG Top 100s Tour events amongst other tasks.

Not one to change his equipment too often, Matthew currently plays the TaylorMade M2 driver which has lasted the test of time in his bag. Elsewhere, you’ll find him using the TaylorMade Stealth 2 three-wood with a Ping G425 Crossover 2-iron to aid his long game.

Through his 4-iron to Gap Wedge, Matthew uses the Ping i500 irons accompanied by Ping’s Glide 3.0 56-degree and 60-degree wedges.

Another club that has stood the test of time in his bag is a Nike Method Core MC-3i putter which has had to have the SuperStroke grip changed at least three times. Ball of choice is the Titleist ProV1.

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