Prize Money Payout for Every Player at the 2021 DP World Tour Championship

Published 11/21/2021, 8:23 AM EST
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The 2021 DP World Tour Championship is the season-end event on the European Tour. Moreover, it is also the final event of the Race to Dubai title, which is a season-ending championship. Furthermore, there were 53 players on the field, including players like Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa, Billy Horschel, Ian Poulter, etc.

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Meanwhile, Collin Morikawa won the 2021 DP World Tour Championship and also the Race to Dubai title. Moreover, he became the first American golfer to win the Race to Dubai title. Furthermore, since this is a season-end event, the prize money for this event is quite high. The total purse for the event is $9 million. But how much did each player make in this event? Let us find out.

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2021 DP World Tour Championship prize money

Collin Morikawa peaked at the right time and carded an excellent 66 on the last day, and won the event with a score of -17. However, Rory McIlroy, who was in contention for around three rounds, just ran out of gas on the final day. Moreover, with this win, Collin bagged huge prize money from the total purse of $9 million.

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Morikawa won $3 million from the total purse, and it is not according to the standard 16.67 percent payout according to the European Tour’s prize money distribution. However, the rest of the field is paid based on a $6 million purse with normal distribution. But how much did each player from the 2021 DP World Tour Championship win? Let us find out.

Prize money breakdown for each player

1. Collin Morikawa – $3,000,000

2. Matt Fitzpatrick – $1,000,000

3. Alexander Bjork – $666,666

4. Nicolai Hojgaard – $375,600

5. Robert Macintyre – $300,000

6. Ian Poulter – $254,400

7. Dean Burmester – $210,000

8. Rory McIlroy – $180,000

9. Adri Arnaus – $150,000

10.Paul Casey -$134,400

11. Shane Lowry – $120,000

12. John Catlin – $110,400

13. Joachim Hansen – $103,200

14. Sam Horsfield – $96,600

15. Thomas Pieters – $91,800

16. Grant Forrest – $88,200

17. Sergio Garcia – $84,600

18. Min Woo Lee – $81,000

19. Tyrrell Hatton – $77,400

20. Marcus Armitage – $74,400

21. Garrick Higgo – $72,000

22. Thomas Detry – $69,600

23. Lucas Herbert – $67,800

24. Jason Scrivener – $66,000

25. Jeff Winther – $64,200

26. Johannes Veerman – $62,400

27. Laurie Canter – $60,600

28. Abraham Ancer – $58,800

29. Joakim Lagergren – $57,000

30. Tommy Fleetwood – $55,200

31. Rasmus Hojgaard – $53,400

32. Adrian Meronk – $51,600

33. Billy Horschel – $49,800

34. Christiaan Bezuidenhout – $48,000

35. Patrick Reed – $46,200

36. Martin Kaymer – $45,000

37. Guido Migliozzi – $43,800

38. Will Zalatoris – $42,600

39. Sean Crocker – $41,400

40. Danny Willett – $40,200

41. Jamie Donaldson – $39,000

42. Antoine Rozner – $37,800

43. Rafa Cabrera Bello – $36,600

44. Maximilian Kieffer – $35,400

45. Richard Bland – $34,200

46. Francesco Laporta – $33,000

47. Victor Perez – $31,800

48. Masahiro Kawamura – $30,600

49. Bernd Wiesberger – $29,400

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50. Justin Harding – $28,200

51. James Morrison – $27,000

52. Tapio Pulkkanen – $25,800

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Amey Kulkarni

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Amey Kulkarni is a Golf writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in mass media from HR College, Mumbai. Before joining EssentiallySports he used to write articles on Golf and Cricket on his personal blog cricgolf.

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