Saturday, November 25, 2017

PGA Golf Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2017 Hero World Challenge Hosted by Tiger Woods

The 2017 Hero World Challenge golf tournament on the PGA Tour is taking place this week from November 30 to December 3, 2017, at the Albany Resort located in New Providence, the Bahamas. Here is a list of the prize money up for grabs for the PGA golfers this week at the 2017 Hero World Challenge. 



The Hero World Challenge is an invitation only event hosted and run by Tiger Woods and the big news for the 2017 edition is that Tiger Woods will be playing as he makes his comeback to competitive golf. The field is limited to the top 16 available players plus two wild-card exemptions for 18 total players. Tiger Woods exempted himself into the field for 2017.

The Hero World Challenge dates back to 1999. Tiger Woods holds the record for most wins with five. Graeme McDowell and Davis Love III are tied for 2nd with two wins each. Tiger donates all his prize money from this event to his charity.

Total prize money up for grabs at the 2017 Hero World Challenge is $3.5 million. All 18 players will earn a paycheck this week as long as the finish the tournament with the last place finisher earning at least $100,000.
 


PGA Golf Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2017 Hero World Challenge Hosted by Tiger Woods



  • Winner - $1 million

The winner of the 2017 Hero World Challenge will earn $1 million. That's the same amount of prize money that Hideki Matsuyama earned last year when he won this event.

  • Second place - $400,000

Second place is worth $400,000 at the 2017 Hero World Challenge. That's the same amount of prize money that Henrik Stenson earned when he came in second place here last year.

  • Third place - $250,000

  • Fourth place - $175,000

  • Fifth place - $150,000

  • Sixth place - $145,000

  • Seventh place - $140,000

  • Eighth place - $135,000

  • Ninth place - $125,000

  • Tenth place - $120,000

  • 11th - $115,000

  • 12th - $110,000

  • 13th - $109,000

  • 14th - $108,000

  • 15th - $107,000

  • 16th - $106,000

  • 17th - $105,000

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