2019 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play purse, winner's share, prize money payout
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2019 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play purse, winner’s share, prize money payout



The 2019 Dell Technologies Match Play purse is set for $10.25 million, with the winner's share coming in at $1,745,000 -- a little lower than the standard 18 percent payout (actually 17 percent), according to the PGA Tour's WGC match play prize money distribution chart.

The WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play field is headed by Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas.

Every player earns a paycheck this week, with the last-place finisher earning $50,000. Players who get out of the round-robin stage and into the final bracket of 16 earn a minimum of $167,000. Losers in the quarterfinal round get $3315,000, then the four semifinalists have matches to slot the top four finishers.

All of the players who failed to make the Round of 16 were paid on a sliding scale based on performance in their three matches: a payout for players who scored 0 points in group play, a different payout for those who earned 0.5 points, another for players who earned 1 point, another for players who earned 1.5 points and a final group for players who earned 2 points. Those payouts will be determined based on how many players fall in each group at the end of group play.

The event is at the Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas with the Pete Dye design that is great for match play.

2019 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play final results

2019 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play purse, winner's share, prize money payout

  • 1. $1,745,000 -- Kevin Kisner
  • 2. $1,095,000 -- Matt Kuchar
  • 3. $712,000 -- Francesco Molinari
  • 4. $574,000 -- Lucas Bjerregaard
  • T5. $315,000 -- Sergio Garcia
  • T5. $315,000 -- Tiger Woods
  • T5. $315,000 -- Kevin Na
  • T5. $315,000 -- Louis Oosthuizen
  • T9. $167,000 -- Marc Leishman
  • T9. $167,000 -- Haotong Li
  • T9. $167,000 -- Paul Casey
  • T9. $167,000 -- Justin Rose
  • T9. $167,000 -- Henrik Stenson
  • T9. $167,000 -- Rory McIlroy
  • T9. $167,000 -- Tyrrell Hatton
  • T9. $167,000 -- Branden Grace
  • T17. Gary Woodland -- $108,429
  • T17. Alex Noren -- $108,429
  • T17. Justin Harding -- $108,429
  • T17. JB Holmes -- $108,429
  • T17. Abraham Ancer -- $108,429
  • T17. Jim Furyk -- $108,429
  • T17. Ian Poulter -- $108,429
  • T24. Hideki Matsuyama -- $81,312
  • T24. Justin Thomas -- $81,312
  • T24. Satoshi Kodaira -- $81,312
  • T24. Xander Schauffele -- $81,312
  • T24. Tommy Fleetwood -- $81,312
  • T24. Patrick Cantlay -- $81,312
  • T24. Jordan Spieth -- $81,312
  • T24. Patrick Reed -- $81,312
  • T24. Tom Lewis -- $81,312
  • T24. Jon Rahm -- $81,312
  • T24. Rafa Cabrera Bello -- $81,312
  • T24. Charles Howell III -- $81,312
  • T24. Kyle Stanley -- $81,312
  • T24. Brandt Snedeker -- $81,312
  • T24. Billy Horschel -- $81,312
  • T24. Shane Lowry -- $81,312
  • T40. Bryson DeChambeau -- $62,500
  • T40. Dustin Johnson -- $62,500
  • T40. Emiliano Grillo -- $62,500
  • T40. Luke List -- $62,500
  • T40. Keegan Bradley -- $62,500
  • T40. Kiradech Aphibarnrat -- $62,500
  • T40. Thorbjorn Olesen -- $62,500
  • T40. Phil Mickelson -- $62,500
  • T40. Tony Finau -- $62,500
  • T40. Matt Wallace -- $62,500
  • T40. Russell Knox -- $62,500
  • T40. Byeong Hun An -- $62,500
  • T40. Aaron Wise -- $62,500
  • T40. Keith Mitchell -- $62,500
  • T40. Bubba Watson -- $62,500
  • T40. Andrew Putnam -- $62,500
  • T56. Chez Reavie -- $53,000
  • T56. Eddie Pepperell -- $53,000
  • T56. Brooks Koepka -- $53,000
  • T56. Webb Simpson -- $53,000
  • T56. Lee Westwood -- $53,000
  • T61. Matt Fitzpatrick -- $50,750
  • T61. Si Woo Kim -- $50,750
  • T61. Cameron Smith -- $50,750
  • T61. Jason Day -- $50,750

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