Mallorca Golf Open 2021: Breakdown of the Prize Money From Winner to Last-Place

Published 10/22/2021, 11:40 PM EDT


The European Tour is back with the Mallorca Open in October. However, this will be a first-of-its-kind event being held at the Golf Santa Ponsa in Mallorca, Spain. Notably, it will also be the end of the European Tour’s Spanish swing, taking place after the Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucía Masters.

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The par 72 Golf Santa Ponsa course was designed by Folco Nardi, players playing on the course since 1977. Before the Mallorca Open, the venue has hosted six other European Tour events. Top golfers will go head to head, looking to take home the title as the Tour’s schedule in Spain comes to an end.

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More about the Mallorca Open’s venue

Reports speak of the course as a usual Spanish resort-style course, with fairways leading to generous greens. Said to be fairly easy, players will look to take a lead with consecutive birdies. Of course, a few water hazards will need to be taken into consideration.

The venue will also provide top-notch clubhouse services, including a restaurant and hotel for people to stay at.

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“We are delighted to add the Mallorca Golf Open to our 2021 schedule as part of a three-week swing in Spain this October,” European Tour’s Chief Executive, Keith Pelly, said during the announcement. “Despite the ongoing international travel challenges caused by the global pandemic, we are fully committed to providing a full schedule of playing opportunities for our members, replacing any events which have been cancelled and minimising travel for them where possible.” 

Interestingly, the European Tour will be back in Mallorca since the Iberdrola Open in 2011.

Let’s take a look at the tournament’s complete prize pool and breakdown.

Winner’s payout at the Mallorca Open 2021

According to reports, the event’s prize pool is €1 million. Like with most other golf events, the winner’s spot comes with countless other benefits. This time, the winner will get 24 Official World Golf Ranking points, which will be available for field strength. Moreover, they will also get a two-plus European Tour exemption, and berths on other key events.

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A total of 2000 Race to Dubai points will also be up for grabs, the winner winning 335 for himself. Players who miss the cut will win €1,000.

FINAL RANKPRIZE
Winner€166,660
Runner-up €111,110
Third-place €62,600
Fourth-place€50,000
Fifth-place€42,400
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Here’s a complete breakdown of the €1 million prize money

  • 1. €166,660
  • 2. €111,110
  • 3. €62,600
  • 4. €50,000
  • 5. €42,400
  • 6. €35,000
  • 7. €30,000
  • 8. €25,000
  • 9. €22,400
  • 10. €20,000
  • 11. €18,400
  • 12. €17,200
  • 13. €16,100
  • 14. €15,300
  • 15. €14,700
  • 16. €14,100
  • 17. €13,500
  • 18. €12,900
  • 19. €12,400
  • 20. €12,000
  • 21. €11,600
  • 22. €11,300
  • 23. €11,000
  • 24. €10,700
  • 25. €10,400
  • 26. €10,100
  • 27. €9,800
  • 28. €9,500
  • 29. €9,200
  • 30. €8,900
  • 31. €8,600
  • 32. €8,300
  • 33. €8,000
  • 34. €7,700
  • 35. €7,500
  • 36. €7,300
  • 37. €7,100
  • 38. €6,900
  • 39. €6,700
  • 40. €6,500
  • 41. €6,300
  • 42. €6,100
  • 43. €5,900
  • 44. €5,700
  • 45. €5,500
  • 46. €5,300
  • 47. €5,100
  • 48. €4,900
  • 49. €4,700
  • 50. €4,500
  • 51. €4,300
  • 52. €4,100
  • 53. €3,900
  • 54. €3,700
  • 55. €3,500
  • 56. €3,300
  • 57. €3,100
  • 58. €3,000
  • 59. €2,900
  • 60. €2,800
  • 61. €2,700
  • 62. €2,600
  • 63. €2,500
  • 64. €2,400
  • 65. €2,300

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Devika Pawar is a Golf and NBA writer at Essentially Sports. A psychology graduate from KJ Somaiya, Devika has an experience with sportswriting at Republic World for around two years now. She loves NBA a little too much, and is a dedicated Golden State Warriors fan.

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