Monday, May 20, 2019

European Tour Golf 2019 Race to Dubai Bonus Pool Prize Money Payouts

The Final Series that concludes the season long Race to Dubai on the 2019 European Tour starts with the Turkish Airlines Open (November 7-10) and concludes with the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai (November 21-24). In between is the Nedbank Challenge (November 14-17). At the conclusion of the Final Series the 5 European Tour players with the highest Race to Dubai Rankings will each earn bonus prize money payouts as listed below.



The bonus prize money payouts listed here are in addition to any prize money the players will earn or win from the three Final Series tournaments. The bonus money payouts are the equivalent of the FedEx Cup bonus money payouts on the PGA Tour but the payouts are much less than what the PGA Tour payouts are. 

The FedEx Cup pays out $60 million to 150 players while the Race to Dubai pays out a total of $5 million to five players as listed below. In addition to being crowned the top European player and taking home the top prize below the Race to Dubai winner also receives a 10-year European Tour exemption.

Note, the Race to Dubai used to payout $5 million to the top 10 players with the top player getting $1.25 million and the 10th player getting $250,000. This year only the top five players are getting money as listed below with the top player getting $2 million.



European PGA Tour Golf 2019 Race to Dubai Bonus Pool Prize Money Payouts



  • 1st place - $2 million

The European Tour player with the most points and #1 ranking after the 2019 DP World Tour Championship is completed will earn a cool bonus of $2 million. Francesco Molinari was the winner of the Race to Dubai last year and earned the top bonus of $1.25 million. 

  • 2nd place - $1.2 million

  • 3rd place - $700,000

  • 4th place - $600,000

  • 5th place - $500,000


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