2022 Sony Open: Complete Breakdown of the Prize Money From Winner to Last-Place

Published 01/15/2022, 7:02 AM EST
Sep 3, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Kevin Na reacts after a missed putt on the 14th green during the second round of the Tour Championship golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports


The 2022 Sony Open is currently underway in Hawaii and has had an enthralling start so far. The Waialae Country Club golf course in Honolulu is the host of the event. And after round two, Russell Henley leads the event with a score of -15, while the overnight leader Kevin Na dropped down to T16. 

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Na remained one over for the day while the 51-year-old Jim Furyk, who was T2 after day one, remained +2. He is currently T37 and will be hopeful of recovering in the remaining two rounds. 

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Notably, this is the last event in Hawaii before the tour moves back to North America. And even though the field doesn’t have many star players, the prize money purse for the event is decent. So let us have a look at the winner’s paycheck and total prize money purse of the 2022 Sony Open. 

Winners payout for the 2022 Sony Open

This year the field has stars like Kevin Na, Webb Simpson, Im Sung-jae, with a total of 144 players. However, only 65 players managed to make it thru to the weekend as the majority of players failed to make the cut.

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Meanwhile, the 2022 Sony Open in Hawaii has a total purse of $7.5 million. And the winner of the event will receive the standard 18 percent payout according to the PGA Tour’s prize money distribution chart. Additionally, apart from monetary benefits, there are quite a few other perks for the winner. 

Aug 14, 2021; Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; Russell Henley putts for eagle on the fifteenth hole during the third round of the Wyndham Championship golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

The winner of the event will receive 500 FedExCup points and 50 OWGR points. Furthermore, he will also get a two-season exemption on the PGA Tour and a place at the 2022 Masters and PGA Championship. Hence, players will be hopeful of putting up a great performance and getting their hands on the trophy and other valuable perks.

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A complete breakdown of the prize money from winner to last place

Here’s the complete breakdown of the prize money from the winner’s place to last. 

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1$1,350,000
2$817,500
3$517,500
4$367,500
5$307,500
6$271,875
7$253,125
8$234,375
9$219,375
10$204,375
11$189,375
12$174,375
13$159,375
14$144,375
15$136,875
16$129,375
17$121,875
18$114,375
19$106,875
20$99,375
21$91,875
22$84,375
23$78,375
24$72,375
25$66,375
26$60,375
27$58,125
28$55,875
29$53,625
30$51,375
31$49,125
32$46,875
33$44,625
34$42,750
35$40,875
36$39,000
37$37,125
38$35,625
39$34,125
40$32,625
41$31,125
42$29,625
43$28,125
44$26,625
45$25,125
46$23,625
47$22,125
48$20,925
49$19,875
50$19,275
51$18,825
52$18,375
53$18,075
54$17,775
55$17,625
56$17,475
57$17,325
58$17,175
59$17,025
60$16,875
61$16,725
62$16,575
63$16,425
64$16,275
65$16,125
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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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