2019 Charles Schwab Cup Championship purse, winner's share, prize money payout
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2019 Charles Schwab Cup Championship purse, winner’s share, prize money payout



The 2019 Charles Schwab Cup Championship purse is set for $2.5 million, with the winner's share coming in at $440,000 -- slightly more than the standard 15 percent (17.6) payout according to the PGA Tour Champions' prize money distribution chart.

The Charles Schwab Cup Championship field is headed by Bernhard Langer, Scott McCarron and Jerry Kelly. It's the final event of three in the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs, which is a three-event series starting with 72 players. This event has 36 players.

The top five players in the final standings are paid part of the $2.1 million bonus pool (all as annuities), based on the points standings at the conclusion of this week.

The Charles Schwab Cup Championship is a rare regular event on PGA Tour Champions which is played over 72 holes. There is no cut.

Coming into this week, Scott McCarron held a significant lead over Jerry Kelly, followed by Bernhard Langer, Colin Montgomerie and Retief Goosen rounding out the top five.

Though there are a limited number of players who can win the Charles Schwab Cup this week, all 36 players who qualify for the season-ending event assure themselves exempt status for the 2020 PGA Tour Champions season. With PGA Tour Champions being the hardest tour in which to maintain exempt status, this is a tremendous achievement giving way to guaranteed money the next season.

This tournament is played at Phoenix Country Club in Phoenix, Ariz.

2019 Charles Schwab Cup Championship purse, winner's share, prize money payout

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POS PLAYER TO PAR R1 R2 R3 TOTAL MONEY
1 Jeff Maggert -21 63 65 69 66 263 $440,000
2 Retief Goosen -21 66 67 66 64 263 $250,000
3 Woody Austin -19 67 70 64 64 265 $210,000
T4 Joe Durant -16 69 66 65 68 268 $137,812
T4 Miguel Angel Jimenez -16 65 70 63 70 268 $137,812
T4 Bernhard Langer -16 64 68 69 67 268 $137,812
T4 Colin Montgomerie -16 67 69 67 65 268 $137,812
T8 Marco Dawson -15 67 67 69 66 269 $81,250
T8 Kevin Sutherland -15 67 72 66 64 269 $81,250
T10 Paul Goydos -14 65 71 67 67 270 $63,750
T10 Jerry Kelly -14 66 74 64 66 270 $63,750
12 Stephen Ames -13 69 67 66 69 271 $60,000
13 Brandt Jobe -12 67 66 71 68 272 $57,500
T14 Steve Flesch -11 65 70 69 69 273 $52,500
T14 Wes Short Jr. -11 68 67 68 70 273 $52,500
T14 Billy Andrade -11 67 70 69 67 273 $52,500
T17 Doug Barron -10 67 72 66 69 274 $46,250
T17 David Toms -10 68 73 66 67 274 $46,250
T19 Tom Byrum -9 68 68 69 70 275 $37,500
T19 Scott Parel -9 66 70 70 69 275 $37,500
T21 Ken Duke -8 67 70 70 69 276 $27,500
T21 Tim Petrovic -8 69 72 68 67 276 $27,500
T21 Ken Tanigawa -8 70 67 70 69 276 $27,500
24 Rocco Mediate -7 67 70 70 70 277 $23,750
T25 Bob Estes -6 70 72 69 67 278 $21,875
T25 Tom Lehman -6 73 68 70 67 278 $21,875
T27 Lee Janzen -4 66 73 68 73 280 $19,375
T27 Scott McCarron -4 69 71 69 71 280 $19,375
T29 David McKenzie -3 71 73 68 69 281 $17,812
T29 Jay Haas -3 72 67 72 70 281 $17,812
31 Paul Broadhurst -1 72 74 70 67 283 $16,875
32 Tommy Tolles E 69 69 74 72 284 $16,250
33 Kent Jones 4 74 70 71 73 288 $15,625
34 Kirk Triplett 5 77 74 70 68 289 $15,000

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