Saturday, September 29, 2018

LPGA Women's Golf Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2018 International Crown

The 2018 International Crown golf tournament on the LPGA Tour is taking place this week from October 4-7, 2018, at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea located in Incheon, South Korea. Here is a list of the prize money up for grabs for the women players this week at the 2018 International Crown.


The International Crown is played on the LPGA Tour every other year. It is a match play event that features eight teams consisting of four women each from eight different countries.

The four women team from Spain won the inaugural event in 2014. The four women team from the United States was the winner of the event in 2016.

The 2018 International Crown will be contested by women teams from South Korea, USA, Japan, England, Australia, Thailand, Sweden and Taiwan (Chinese Taipei).

Total prize money up for grabs at the 2018 International Crown is $1.6 million. The same amount of prize money as in 2014 and 2016.


LPGA Women's Golf Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2018 International Crown



  • First Place - $400,000


The winning team at the 2018 International Crown will earn $400,000 as a team and $100,000 for each player on the team. That's the same amount of prize money that the USA and Spanish teams got for their wins in this event.



  • Second Place - $240,000 ($60,000 per player)




  • Third Place - $210,000 ($52,500 per player)




  • Fourth Place - $190,000 ($47,500 per player)




  • Fifth Place - $170,000 ($42,500 per player)




  • Sixth Place - $140,000 ($35,000 per player)




  • Seventh Place - $130,000 ($32,500 per player)




  • Eighth Place - $120,000 ($30,000 per player)



The prize money here is not bad as even the last place team will earn a not too shabby $30,000 each.


For more see:

European Tour Golf Prize Money Up for Grabs 2018 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

PGA Golf Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2018 Safeway Open

What Woman LPGA Golfer Has Won Twice on the PGA Tour?

Most Money Won by One Golfer in One Year

How the PGA Tour Can Really Fix the FedEx Cup Playoffs

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