Pelican Women’s Championship 2021: Breakdown of the Prize Money From Winner to Last-Place

Published 11/12/2021, 1:30 PM EST


The Pelican Women’s Championship is back this year, the event’s second year on the LPGA Tour schedule. The tournament will be held at the Pelican Golf Club in Florida. As one of the newer LPGA events, the Pelican Women’s Championship brings with it a different kind of excitement.

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The tournament was introduced into the schedule last year, another initiative by the LPGA. It was presented by DEX Imaging, who already have ties with other sports teams like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) and the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB). This event is another way for DEX Imaging’s Doyle Family to give back to the community, adding another exciting event to the LPGA calendar.

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“We are so excited to bring a new LPGA Tour event to the Tampa area with the help of a presenting sponsor that shares the LPGA’s values of giving back to the community and providing equal opportunities for women through the sport,” said LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan when the event was announced. They added that it will be a place for everyone to witness some of the best players in the world playing on an amazing course.

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More about the venue

The venue was first called the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club, which was renovated in 2017. The original design belongs to the famous Donald Ross and was opened in 1925. As per reports, the renovation was done by The Beau Welling Design group. DEX Imaging’s CEO, Dan Doyle Jr. spoke about the renovation, and how they planned to bring the ‘best of professional golf’ to the locality. 

Who won last year?

South Korea’s Sei Young Kim won the inaugural event in 2020, beating Ally McDonald to do so. She closed the round with an even-par 70, securing her three-stroke win

Let’s take a look at the event’s prize purse.  

Winner’s payout at the Pelican Women’s Championship 2021

The total payout for the Pelican Women’s Championship this year is $1.75 million. The winner takes home more than $200 thousand, along with several other perks like most other Tour events. Whoever wins at Florida will earn 500 Race to CME Globe points, along with a two-year LPGA Tour exemption.

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FINAL RANKPRIZE
Winner$262,500
Runner-up$162,834
Third-place$118,125
Fourth-place$91,379
Fifth-place$73,550
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Here’s a complete breakdown of the $1.75 million prize money

  • 1. $262,500
  • 2. $162,834
  • 3. $118,125
  • 4. $91,379
  • 5. $73,550
  • 6. $60,176
  • 7. $50,370
  • 8. $44,130
  • 9. $39,673
  • 10. $36,106
  • 11. $33,431
  • 12. $31,202
  • 13. $29,241
  • 14. $27,458
  • 15. $25,853
  • 16. $24,427
  • 17. $23,180
  • 18. $22,110
  • 19. $21,218
  • 20. $20,504
  • 21. $19,792
  • 22. $19,078
  • 23. $18,365
  • 24. $17,651
  • 25. $17,028
  • 26. $16,405
  • 27. $15,779
  • 28. $15,155
  • 29. $14,532
  • 30. $13,997
  • 31. $13,462
  • 32. $12,926
  • 33. $12,392
  • 34. $11,856
  • 35. $11,412
  • 36. $10,966
  • 37. $10,520
  • 38. $10,074
  • 39. $9,628
  • 40. $9,272
  • 41. $8,915
  • 42. $8,559
  • 43. $8,201
  • 44. $7,845
  • 45. $7,578
  • 46. $7,310
  • 47. $7,043
  • 48. $6,775
  • 49. $6,507
  • 50. $6,240
  • 51. $6,063
  • 52. $5,884
  • 53. $5,705
  • 54. $5,527
  • 55. $5,349
  • 56. $5,170
  • 57. $4,993
  • 58. $4,813
  • 59. $4,637
  • 60. $4,457
  • 61. $4,369
  • 62. $4,279
  • 63. $4,190
  • 64. $4,101
  • 65. $4,011
  • 66. $3,923
  • 67. $3,834
  • 68. $3,743
  • 69. $3,655
  • 70. $3,567

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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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