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Riley Hamel

2023 LIV Golf Tulsa prize money payouts for each player and team

Dustin Johnson took down Cameron Smith and Branden Grace in a playoff to win LIV Golf Tulsa at Cedar Ridge Country Club.

For Johnson, a two-time major champion most recently at the 2020 Masters, this is his second victory on the Saudi Arabi-backed circuit, the first coming at LIV Golf Boston last season.

He’ll head into next week’s PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, in good form (and with heavier pockets). His winner’s paycheck totals $4 million.

Check out how much money each player earned at LIV Golf’s sixth event of its 2023 season.

LIV Golf Tulsa: Photos | Leaderboard

LIV Golf Tulsa individual prize money

Position Player Score Earnings
1 Dustin Johnson 17 under $4,000,000
T-2 Branden Grace 17 under $1,875,000
T-2 Cameron Smith 17 under $1,875,000
4 Harold Varner III 13 under $1,000,000
T-5 Bryson DeChambeau 12 under $703,333
T-5 Eugenio Chacarra 12 under $703,333
T-5 Brooks Koepka 12 under $703,333
T-8 Joaquin Niemann 11 under $468,333
T-8 Dean Burmester 11 under $468,333
T-8 Bubba Watson 11 under $468,333
T-11 Charles Howell III 10 under $350,000
T-11 Jason Kokrak 10 under $350,000
T-11 Brendan Steele 10 under $350,000
T-11 Anirban Lahiri 10 under $350,000
T-11 Patrick Reed 10 under $350,000
T-16 Thomas Pieters 9 under $285,000
T-16 Scott Vincent 9 under $285,000
T-18 Bernd Wiesberger 8 under $250,000
T-18 Cameron Tringale 8 under $250,000
T-18 Henrik Stenson 8 under $250,000
T-18 Ian Poulter 8 under $250,000
T-18 Pat Perez 8 under $250,000
T-23 Chase Koepka 7 under $200,714
T-23 Louis Oosthuizen 7 under $200,714
T-23 Richard Bland 7 under $200,714
T-23 Sergio Garcia 7 under $200,714
T-23 Peter Uihlein 7 under $200,714
T-23 Laurie Canter 7 under $200,714
T-23 Abraham Ancer 7 under $200,714
T-30 Sebastián Muñoz 6 under $170,000
T-30 Matt Jones 6 under $170,000
T-30 Matthew Wolff 6 under $170,000
T-30 Carlos Ortiz 6 under $170,000
T-30 Mito Pereira 6 under $170,000
35 Charl Schwartzel 5 under $155,000
T-36 Marc Leishman 4 under $146,250
T-36 Danny Lee 4 under $146,250
T-36 David Puig 4 under $146,250
T-36 Talor Gooch 4 under $146,250
T-40 Martin Kaymer 3 under $137,500
T-40 James Piot 3 under $137,500
T-40 Paul Casey 3 under $137,500
43 Sihwan Kim 2 under $132,500
44 Kevin Na 1 under $130,000
T-46 Graeme McDowell Even $126,250
T-46 Phil Mickelson Even $126,250
47 Jediah Morgan 1 under $130,000
Lee Westwood W/D

Team payouts

Position Team/Members Score Earnings
1 Stinger GC (Branden Grace, Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel, Dean Burmester) 40 under $3,000,000
2 4Aces GC (Dustin Johnson, Pat Perez, Patrick Reed, Peter Uihlein) 39 under $1,500,000
3 RangeGoats GC (Talor Gooch, Thomas Pieters, Bubba Watson, Harold Varner III) 35 under $500,000

LIV owns a 75 percent stake in each franchise and provided teams with an undisclosed amount of operating capital for the year. The teams are expected to largely run on their own dime this season, with team prize earnings going directly towards its day-to-day costs.

The upstart circuit led by Greg Norman and backed by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has long been criticized as a way for the Kingdom to sportswash its controversial human rights record. Saudi Arabia has been accused of politically motivated killings, torture, forced disappearances and inhumane treatment of prisoners. Members of the royal family and Saudi government were accused of involvement in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist.

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