Cazoo Classic 2021: Complete Breakdown of the Prize Money From Winner to Last-Place

Published 08/13/2021, 3:45 PM EDT


The Cazoo Classic 2021 is the European Tour’s 21st event of the season. That being said, this is the first time the London Golf Club will be hosting a European Tour event since 2014. This will also be the final UK Swing event.

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Both the course and event have a deep and meaningful history – the London Golf Club already having hosted major tournaments like the European Open. “We are delighted to be returning to London Golf Club later this year for the Cazoo Classic,” said Keith Pelley, Chief Executive Officer of the European Tour said. They added that they do enjoy a long-standing relationship with the club, which has only strengthened their bond.

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Additionally, this was an annual event till 2002, and it was first played in 1988. This season, it has finally returned to the European Tour schedule. Darren Clarke won the last edition, while Mark James, Ian Woosnam, and Lee Westwood remain some other influential golfers to have won this event, which was previously called the English Open.
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Winner’s payout at the Cazoo Classic 2021

The official prize pool for this year’s event will be €1,250,000, out of which €208,330 will be awarded to the winner. This is the standard 16.67 percent payout to the winner as per the European Tour’s money distribution chart.

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POSITIONPAYOUT
Winner€208,330
Runner-up€138,888
Third-place€78,250
Fourth-place €62,500
Fifth-place€53,000

Like most events, even the Cazoo Classic comes with other benefits for the winner, including 24 points for the Official World Golf Rankings. Additionally, the winner will get a two-plus exemption from the European Tour, and 355 Race to Dubai points.

Here’s a complete breakdown of the €1.25 million prize money

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  • 1. €208,330
  • 2. €138,888
  • 3. €78,250
  • 4. €62,500
  • 5. €53,000
  • 6. €43,750
  • 7. €37,500
  • 8. €31,250
  • 9. €28,000
  • 10. €25,000
  • 11. €23,000
  • 12. €21,500
  • 13. €20,125
  • 14. €19,125
  • 15. €18,375
  • 16. €17,625
  • 17. €16,875
  • 18. €16,125
  • 19. €15,500
  • 20. €15,000
  • 21. €14,500
  • 22. €14,125
  • 23. €13,750
  • 24. €13,375
  • 25. €13,000
  • 26. €12,625
  • 27. €12,250
  • 28. €11,875
  • 29. €11,500
  • 30. €11,125
  • 31. €10,750
  • 32. €10,375
  • 33. €10,000
  • 34. €9,625
  • 35. €9,375
  • 36. €9,125
  • 37. €8,875
  • 38. €8,625
  • 39. €8,375
  • 40. €8,125
  • 41. €7,875
  • 42. €7,625
  • 43. €7,375
  • 44. €7,125
  • 45. €6,875
  • 46. €6,625
  • 47. €6,375
  • 48. €6,125
  • 49. €5,875
  • 50. €5,625
  • 51. €5,375
  • 52. €5,125
  • 53. €4,875
  • 54. €4,625
  • 55. €4,375
  • 56. €4,125
  • 57. €3,875
  • 58. €3,750
  • 59. €3,625
  • 60. €3,500
  • 61. €3,375
  • 62. €3,250
  • 63. €3,125
  • 64. €3,000
  • 65. €2,875

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