Italian Open 2021: Complete Breakdown of the Prize Money From Winner to Last-Place

Published 09/04/2021, 9:57 AM EDT


The European Tour has moved over to Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, where the DS Automobiles Italian Open 2021 is taking place. Nicolai Hojgaard, Daniel van Tonder, Tommy Fleetwood are among those who might take home the title, along with all the other perks that come along with it. This is the first event actually taking place in Italy this season, and the 29th tournament of the season.

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This course will also host the Ryder Cup in 2023, and has been modified for that very reason. This course was recently redesigned by Jim Fazio, an American architect. The course will cover Rome’s countryside, allowing players to play over the hills. All players will look to perform well, especially with the Ryder Cup 2021 right around the corner.


The tournament was founded back in 1925 and was played till 1960 until an 11-year halt. It made a comeback in 1971 and was a part of the events on the British PGA Order of Merit circuit. Now a part of the European Tour, the tournament has been played regularly for over 75 years. It has also switched venues over the years, trying out various locations every year.

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Ross McGowan won last year, scoring 20-under 268. He beat Laurie Canter and Nicolas Colsaerts to bag the win. Additionally, it is called the DS Automobiles Italian Open 2021 this year and was known as the Italian Open since 2016. Starting out as the Italian Open, it had various sponsors like BMW and Telecom over the years.

Winner’s payout at the DS Automobiles Italian Open 2021

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The total prize purse for the event will be €3,000,000. The winner will take home €500,000, along with many other perks. They will get 28 Official World Golf Ranking points, which are awarded on the basis of field strength. Of course, they will win a two-plus exemption on the European Tour, along with berths for other important events. 4,250 Race to Dubai points will be available, where the winner will get 710.

PositionPrize Money
Winner €500,000
Runner-up€333,330
Third-place€187,800
Fourth-place€150,000
Fifth-place€127,200

Here’s a complete breakdown of the €3 million prize money

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  • 1. €500,000
  • 2. €333,330
  • 3. €187,800
  • 4. €150,000
  • 5. €127,200
  • 6. €105,000
  • 7. €90,000
  • 8. €75,000
  • 9. €67,200
  • 10. €60,000
  • 11. €55,200
  • 12. €51,600
  • 13. €48,300
  • 14. €45,900
  • 15. €44,100
  • 16. €42,300
  • 17. €40,500
  • 18. €38,700
  • 19. €37,200
  • 20. €36,000
  • 21. €34,800
  • 22. €33,900
  • 23. €33,000
  • 24. €32,100
  • 25. €31,200
  • 26. €30,300
  • 27. €29,400
  • 28. €28,500
  • 29. €27,600
  • 30. €26,700
  • 31. €25,800
  • 32. €24,900
  • 33. €24,000
  • 34. €23,100
  • 35. €22,500
  • 36. €21,900
  • 37. €21,300
  • 38. €20,700
  • 39. €20,100
  • 40. €19,500
  • 41. €18,900
  • 42. €18,300
  • 43. €17,700
  • 44. €17,100
  • 45. €16,500
  • 46. €15,900
  • 47. €15,300
  • 48. €14,700
  • 49. €14,100
  • 50. €13,500
  • 51. €12,900
  • 52. €12,300
  • 53. €11,700
  • 54. €11,100
  • 55. €10,500
  • 56. €9,900
  • 57. €9,300
  • 58. €9,000
  • 59. €8,700
  • 60. €8,400
  • 61. €8,100
  • 62. €7,800
  • 63. €7,500
  • 64. €7,200
  • 65. €6,900

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