2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf purse, winner's share, prize money payout
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2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf purse, winner’s share, prize money payout


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2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf, 2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf prize money payout, 2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf purse, 2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf winner’s share

The 2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf purse is set for $7 million, with the winner's share coming in at $2,240,000 -- more than the standard 18 percent payout according to the PGA Tour's prize money distribution chart. Each of the 28 teams split the prize money evenly, meaning the each winning player gets $1,120,000.



The ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf field is headed by Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith, Matt Kuchar and Kyle Stanley, Ian Poulter and Tyrrell Hatton.

The event is played this year at Metropolitan Golf Club near Melbourne, Australia.

2018 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf purse, winner's share, prize money payout

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POS PLAYER TO PAR R1 R2 R3 R4 TOTAL MONEY
1 Belgium: Thomas Pieters, Thomas Detry -23 63 71 63 68 265 $2,240,000 ($1,120,000 each)
T2 Australia: Mark Leishman, Cameron Smith -20 62 76 65 65 268 $957,500 ($478,750 each)
T2 Mexico: Abraham Ancer, Roberto Diaz -20 67 70 65 66 268 $957,500 ($478,750 each)
T4 Denmark: Thorbjorn Olesen, Søren Kjeldsen -17 63 77 66 65 271 $362,000 ($181,000 each)
T4 Canada: Adam Hadwin, Nick Taylor -17 68 73 64 66 271 $362,000 ($181,000 each)
T6 Korea: Byeong Hun An, Si Woo Kim -16 62 72 68 70 272 $252,500 ($126,250 each)
T6 Italy: Andrea Pavan, Renato Paratore -16 65 71 66 70 272 $252,500 ($126,250 each)
8 England: Tyrrell Hatton, Ian Poulter -15 62 74 67 70 273 $185,000 ($92,500 each)
9 Sweden: Alexander Bjork, Joakim Lagergren -14 65 74 64 71 274 $140,000 ($70,000 each)
T10 France: Alexander Levy, Michael Lorenzo-Vera -12 66 73 68 69 276 $102,333 ($51,167 each)
T10 India: Anirban Lahiri, Gaganjeet Bhullar -12 64 72 70 70 276 $102,333 ($51,167 each)
T10 Ireland: Shane Lowry, Paul Dunne -12 64 76 65 71 276 $102,333 ($51,167 each)
13 China: HaoTong Li, Ashun Wu -11 66 76 68 67 277 $82,000 ($41,000 each)
T14 Thailand: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Prom Meesawat -10 67 78 67 66 278 $74,000 ($37,000 each)
T14 Scotland: Russell Knox, Martin Laird -10 67 71 67 73 278 $74,000 ($37,000 each)
T16 United States: Kyle Stanley, Matt Kuchar -9 66 79 66 68 279 $69,000 ($34,500 each)
T16 Wales: Stuart Manley, Bradley Dredge -9 70 73 66 70 279 $69,000 ($34,500 each)
T18 New Zealand: Ryan Fox, Mark Brown -8 65 76 69 70 280 $64,000 ($32,000 each)
T18 Finland: Mikko Korhonen, Mikko Ilonen -8 66 75 68 71 280 $64,000 ($32,000 each)
T18 South Africa: Dylan Frittelli, Erik Van Rooyen -8 66 76 66 72 280 $64,000 ($32,000 each)
21 Spain: Adrian Otaegui, Jorge Campillo -7 68 74 64 75 281 $60,000 ($30,000 each)
22 Malaysia: Gavin Green, Ben Leong -6 63 73 72 74 282 $58,000 ($29,000 each)
23 Japan: Satoshi Kodaira, Hideto Tanihara -1 66 79 70 72 287 $56,000 ($28,000 each)
T24 The Netherlands: Joost Luiten, Daan Huizing 1 69 82 68 70 289 $53,000 ($26,500 each)
T24 Venezuela: Jhonattan Vegas, Joseph Naffah 1 65 82 67 75 289 $53,000 ($26,500 each)
26 Germany: Martin Kaymer, Maximilian Kieffer 2 68 81 68 73 290 $50,000 ($25,000 each)
27 Zimbabwe: Scott Vincent, Benjamin Follett-Smith 7 72 84 66 73 295 $48,000 ($24,000 each)
28 Greece: Peter Karmis, Alexander Tranacher 19 66 87 68 86 307 $46,000 ($23,000 each)


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