2021 Acciona Open de Espana purse, winner's share, prize money payout
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2021 Acciona Open de Espana purse, winner’s share, prize money payout



The 2021 Acciona Open de Espana purse is set for €1.5 million, with the winner's share coming in at €250,000 -- the standard 16.67 percent payout according to the European Tour's prize money distribution chart.

The Acciona Open de Espana field is headed by Jon Rahm, Wil Besseling and Bernd Wieberger.

The Acciona Open de Espana is the 33rd event of the season and the start of a run of events in the Iberian Peninsula.

The event is played at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid in Madrid, Spain


2021 Acciona Open de Espana highlights

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What else is on the line: Race to Dubai points, OWGR points, exemptions

Beyond money, there are important points, perks and benefits on the line for the field -- in particular, the tournament winner.

The winner gets 24 Official World Golf Ranking points, with the points available based on field strength.

Winning comes with other big benefits, including a two-plus season exemption on the European Tour, as well berths into other key events.

All players earn approximately €1,000 if they miss the cut.

There are a total of 2,750 Race to Dubai points on offer to the full field. The points on offer are related to the purse of the tournament as quoted in United States dollars (USD).

The winner gets 460 Race to Dubai points, with players making the 36-hole cut earning points.

2021 Acciona Open de Espana purse, winner's share, prize money payout

For 2021 Acciona Open de Espana results and payout, see our final leaderboard

  • 1. €250,000
  • 2. €166,667
  • 3. €93,900
  • 4. €75,000
  • 5. €63,600
  • 6. €52,500
  • 7. €45,000
  • 8. €37,500
  • 9. €33,600
  • 10. €30,000
  • 11. €27,600
  • 12. €25,800
  • 13. €24,150
  • 14. €22,950
  • 15. €22,050
  • 16. €21,150
  • 17. €20,250
  • 18. €19,350
  • 19. €18,600
  • 20. €18,000
  • 21. €17,400
  • 22. €16,950
  • 23. €16,500
  • 24. €16,050
  • 25. €15,600
  • 26. €15,150
  • 27. €14,700
  • 28. €14,250
  • 29. €13,800
  • 30. €13,350
  • 31. €12,900
  • 32. €12,450
  • 33. €12,000
  • 34. €11,550
  • 35. €11,250
  • 36. €10,950
  • 37. €10,650
  • 38. €10,350
  • 39. €10,050
  • 40. €9,750
  • 41. €9,450
  • 42. €9,150
  • 43. €8,850
  • 44. €8,550
  • 45. €8,250
  • 46. €7,950
  • 47. €7,650
  • 48. €7,350
  • 49. €7,050
  • 50. €6,750
  • 51. €6,450
  • 52. €6,150
  • 53. €5,850
  • 54. €5,550
  • 55. €5,250
  • 56. €4,950
  • 57. €4,650
  • 58. €4,500
  • 59. €4,350
  • 60. €4,200
  • 61. €4,050
  • 62. €3,900
  • 63. €3,750
  • 64. €3,600
  • 65. €3,450

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