How much will each player earn at Pebble Beach this week?

The total money available from the 2019 US Open prize money has been increased by $500,000 compared to last year to take the total prize purse to $12,500,000.

This has seen an increase to Gary Woodland’s winners’ share to $2.25 million which is more than $100,000 more than what Brooks Koepka pocketed at Shinnecock Hills in 2018.

The increase in prize money at this year’s tournament means it offers the joint most prize money in golf with the Players Championship which was won by Rory McIlroy this year.

US Open prize money has increased significantly since Graeme McDowell’s maiden major win in 2010 on the Monterrey Peninsula.

The Northern Irishman pocketed $1.35 million for his victory and there was a total prize purse of $7.5 million on offer to all players.

2019 US Open prize money

2019 US Open prize money

Total prize money: $12.5 million

Winner: $2,250,000 (Gary Woodland)

Runner-up: $1,350,000 (Brooks Koepka)

T3: $581,872 (Xander Schauffele, Jon Rahm, Chez Reavie, Justin Rose)

T7: $367,387 (Adam Scott, Louis Oosthuizen)

T9: $288,715 (Henrik Stenson, Chesson Hadley, Rory McIlroy)

T12: $226,609 (Matt Fitzpatrick, Matt Wallace, Danny Willett)

T16: $172,455 (Webb Simpson, Francesco Molinari, Byeong Hun An Graeme McDowell, Matt Kuchar)

T21: $117,598 (Paul Casey, Alex Prugh, Tiger Woods, Jason Day, Tyrrell Hatton, Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Cantlay)

T28: $86,071 (Sepp Straka, Shane Lowry, Jim Furyk, Nate Lashley)

T32: $72,928 (Marcus Kinhult, Patrick Reed, Billy Horschel)

T35: $57,853 (Aaron Wise, Bryson DeChambeau, Collin Morikawa, Martin Kaymer, Jason Dufner, Marc Leishman, Dustin Johnson)

T43: $41,500 (Andrew Putnam, Rory Sabbatini, Erik Van Rooyen, Tom Hoge, Rickie Fowler, Nick Taylor)

T49: $31,385 (Kevin Kisner, Daniel Berger, Abraham Ancer)

T52: $27,181 (Phil Mickelson, Charles Howell III, Carlos Ortiz, Sergio Garcia, Haotong Li, Scott Piercy)

T58: $25,350 (Charlie Danielson, Zach Johnson, Andy Pope, Adri Arnaus, Harris English, Emiliano Grillo)

T65: $23,851 (Justin Walters, Kyle Stanley, Brian Stuard, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Tommy Fleetwood, Jordan Spieth)

71: $22,977 (Rhys Enoch)

T72: $22,353 (Cameron Smith, Luke Donald, Clement Sordet, Billy Hurley III)

76: $21,728 (Bernd Wiesberger)

77: $21,478 (Brandt Snedeker)

78: $21,224 (Chip McDaniel)

Viktor Hovland (T12), Brandon Wu (T35), Chandler Eaton (T58) and Michael Thorbjornsen (79th) are all amateurs and recieve no US Open prize money.

Previous US Open prize money payouts

2019 US Open prize money

In the previous ten years the US Open prize money and winners’ share have been as follows:

2009: $7.5 millon/$1.35 million
2010:
$7.5 millon/$1.35 million
2011:
$7.85 million/$1.44 million
2012: 
$8 million/$1.44 million
2013:
$8 million/$1.44 million
2014: 
$9 million/$1.62 million
2015: $10 million/$1.8 million
2016: $10 million/$1.8 million
2017: $12 million/$2.16 million
2018: $12 million/$2.16 million

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