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Payday at The Centurion Club

Here is the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2022 LIV Golf Invitational London

June 10, 2022
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Dustin Johnson putts on the seventh green during the second round of the LIV Golf Invitational - London.

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It’s been the foundation of nearly everything written, spoken and otherwise uttered about the LIV Golf Invitational Series. The idea from its inception is that these tournaments would be limited-field, 54-hole, no-cut events but, most importantly, that they would be contested for massive prize money payouts.

On Saturday at The Centurion Club outside of London, that came to fruition for the first time when Charl Schwartzel shot a closing two-over-par 72 to become the winner of the inaugural tournament. In turn, he was awarded the largest payday in pro golf history—$4 million. He also earned another $750,000 because his four-man squad won the team title and divided $3 million.

Overall, the purse for the individual competition in this first event in the Saudi-backed series was $20 million, with the last-place finisher (48th) guaranteed to make $120,000. By comparison, that is just shy of what the golfer finishing 19th at this week’s RBC Canadian Open on the PGA Tour will earn. Additionally, the three top four-man groups in the team competition split another $5 million among them.

Here’s the prize money payout for the field at The Centurion Club.

INDIVIDUAL

1: Charl Schwartzel, -7, $4,000,000

2: Hennie Du Plessis, -6, $2,125,000

T-3: Branden Grace, -5, $1,500,000

T-3: Peter Uihlein, -5, $1,500,000

5: Sam Horsfield, -3, $975,000

T-6: Oliver Bekker, -2 $737,500

T-6: Adrian Otaegui, -2, $737,500

8: Dustin Johnson, -1, $625,000

9: Talor Gooch, E, $580,000

T-10: Louis Oosthuizen, +1, $516,667

T-10: Graeme McDowell, +1, $516,667

T-10: Justin Harding, +1, $516,667

T-13: Ryosuke Kinoshita, +2, $315,000

T-13: Pablo Larrazabal, +2, $315,000

T-15: Jinichiro Kozuma, +3, $245,000

T-15: Martin Kaymer, +3, $240,000

T-17: Richard Bland, +4, $226,000

T-17, J.C. Ritchie, +4, $226,000

T-17: Laurie Canter, +4, $226,000

T-20: Ian Poulter, +5, $190,000

T-20: Scott Vincent, +5, $190,000

T-22: Shaun Nortris, +6, $170,000

T-22: Wade Ormsby, +6, $170,000

T-22: Sergio Garcia, +6, $170,000

T-25: James Piot, +7, $163,000

T-25: Matt Jones, +7, $163,000

T25: Ian Snyman, +7, $163,000

T-25: Phachara Khongwatmai, +7, $163,000

29: Lee Westwood, +8, $158,000

T-30: Hudson Swafford, +9, $154,000

T-30: Viraj Madappa, +9, $154,000

T-30: Jediah Morgan, +9, $154,000

T-33: Phil MIckleson, +10, $146,000

T-33: Kevin Yuan, +10, $146,000

T-33: Chase Koepka, +10, $146,000

T-38: Oliver Fisher, +11, $136,000

T-38: Blake Windred, +11, $136,000

T-38: David Puig, +11, $136,000

T-38: Hideto Tanihara, +11, $136,000

T-38: Ratchanon Chantananuwat, +11, $136,000

T-43: Bernd Wiesberger, +14, $129,000

T-43: Sihwan Kim, +14, $129,000

45: Turk Petit, +15, $126,000

46: Sadom Kaewkanjana, +17, $124,000

47: Itthipat Buranatanyarat, +23, $122,000

48: Andy Ogletree, +24, $120,000

TEAM

1: Hennie Du Plessis, Branden Grace, Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel, $3,000,000

2: Phachara Khongwatmai, Travis Smyth, Richard Bland, Peter Uihlein, $1,500,000

3: Laurie Canter, Sam Horsfield, Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood, $500,000