2017 PowerShares QQQ Championship purse, winner's share, prize money payout
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2017 PowerShares QQQ Championship purse, winner’s share, prize money payout


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The 2017 PowerShares QQQ Championship purse is set for $2 million, with the winner's share coming in at $305,000 -- slightly more than the standard 15 percent payout according to the PGA Tour Champions' prize money distribution chart.

The PowerShares QQQ Championship field is headed by Bernhard Langer, Scott McCarron and Jerry Kelly. It's the second event of three in the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs, which is a three-event series starting with 72 players. This event has 54 players.



The event is played this year at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif..

2017 PowerShares QQQ Championship purse, winner's share, prize money payout

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POS PLAYER TO PAR R1 R2 R3 TOTAL MONEY
1 Bernhard Langer -11 69 69 67 205 $305,000
2 Miguel Jimenez -11 68 70 67 205 $180,000
3 David Toms -9 66 72 69 207 $144,800
4 Scott McCarron -8 70 69 69 208 $119,000
T5 Fred Funk -6 74 68 68 210 $84,333
T5 Billy Andrade -6 69 70 71 210 $84,333
T5 Doug Garwood -6 71 69 70 210 $84,333
T8 Jeff Maggert -5 66 73 72 211 $55,500
T8 Paul Broadhurst -5 71 71 69 211 $55,500
T8 Gene Sauers -5 74 68 69 211 $55,500
T8 Jerry Kelly -5 72 70 69 211 $55,500
T12 Scott Dunlap -4 68 72 72 212 $45,000
T12 Glen Day -4 73 71 68 212 $45,000
T12 Scott Parel -4 74 69 69 212 $45,000
T12 Kenny Perry -4 72 68 72 212 $45,000
T16 Jesper Parnevik -3 67 74 72 213 $38,000
T16 David Frost -3 71 71 71 213 $38,000
T16 Billy Mayfair -3 75 70 68 213 $38,000
T19 Joey Sindelar -2 69 73 72 214 $28,000
T19 Tom Lehman -2 74 68 72 214 $28,000
T19 Stephen Ames -2 73 71 70 214 $28,000
T22 Wes Short, Jr. -1 70 70 75 215 $21,000
T22 Marco Dawson -1 71 74 70 215 $21,000
T22 Jeff Sluman -1 70 71 74 215 $21,000
T22 Kirk Triplett -1 73 69 73 215 $21,000
T22 Vijay Singh -1 73 68 74 215 $21,000
T27 Colin Montgomerie 1 74 71 72 217 $17,800
T27 Kevin Sutherland 1 74 74 69 217 $17,800
T29 David McKenzie 2 76 70 72 218 $14,486
T29 Mike Goodes 2 71 76 71 218 $14,486
T29 Olin Browne 2 75 74 69 218 $14,486
T29 Steve Flesch 2 72 75 71 218 $14,486
T29 Duffy Waldorf 2 74 68 76 218 $14,486
T29 Paul Goydos 2 71 71 76 218 $14,486
T29 Joe Durant 2 71 78 69 218 $14,486
T36 Tom Byrum 3 73 71 75 219 $11,250
T36 Tom Pernice, Jr. 3 76 72 71 219 $11,250
T36 Jay Haas 3 73 74 72 219 $11,250
T36 Corey Pavin 3 72 73 74 219 $11,250
T40 Rod Spittle 4 72 75 73 220 $9,200
T40 Esteban Toledo 4 77 71 72 220 $9,200
T40 Todd Hamilton 4 77 73 70 220 $9,200
T40 Jerry Smith 4 75 71 74 220 $9,200
T40 Tommy Armour III 4 73 74 73 220 $9,200
T40 Scott Verplank 4 75 73 72 220 $9,200
T46 Woody Austin 5 72 70 79 221 $7,200
T46 Carlos Franco 5 73 70 78 221 $7,200
T46 Lee Janzen 5 74 69 78 221 $7,200
T46 Brandt Jobe 5 78 71 72 221 $7,200
50 Michael Allen 6 77 74 71 222 $6,200
51 Fran Quinn 12 70 78 80 228 $5,800

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