2024 Insperity Invitational purse, winner's share, PGA Tour Champions prize money payout
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2024 Insperity Invitational purse, winner’s share, PGA Tour Champions prize money payout

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The 2024 Insperity Invitational purse is set for $2.7 million, with the winner's share coming in at $405,000 -- the standard 15 percent payout according to the PGA Tour Champions' prize money distribution chart.

The Insperity Invitational field is headed by Steve Alker, Bernhard Langer, Miguel Angel Jimenez, David Toms and more.

For 2024 Insperity Invitational results and payout, see our final leaderboard

It's the ninth event on the 2024 PGA Tour Champions schedule, with 78 players taking on the Texas host course. There is no cut.

This tournament is played at The Woodlands Golf Club in The Woodlands, Texas.

The Insperity Invitational will be played over three days from Friday through Sunday.

What else is on the line: Charles Schwab Cup 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 money earned this week counts toward the Charles Schwab Cup points list. Each dollar earned translates into a regular season point to qualify for the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs in 2024.

At the season of the season in 2024, 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.

The PGA Tour Champions does not offer Official World Golf Ranking points in its events.

2024 Insperity Invitational purse, winner's share, prize money payout

For 2024 Insperity Invitational results and payout, see our final leaderboard

POSITION MONEY
1 $405,000
2 $237,600
3 $194,400
4 $162,000
5 $129,600
6 $108,000
7 $97,200
8 $86,400
9 $75,600
10 $70,200
11 $64,800
12 $59,400
13 $54,000
14 $51,300
15 $48,600
16 $45,900
17 $43,200
18 $40,500
19 $38,070
20 $35,640
21 $33,480
22 $31,320
23 $29,700
24 $28,350
25 $27,000
26 $25,650
27 $24,570
28 $23,490
29 $22,410
30 $21,330
31 $20,250
32 $19,440
33 $18,630
34 $17,820
35 $17,010
36 $16,200
37 $15,390
38 $14,850
39 $14,310
40 $13,770
41 $13,230
42 $12,690
43 $12,150
44 $11,610
45 $11,070
46 $10,530
47 $9,990
48 $9,450
49 $8,910
50 $8,370
51 $7,830
52 $7,290
53 $6,750
54 $6,480
55 $6,210
56 $5,940
57 $5,670
58 $5,400
59 $5,130
60 $4,860
61 $4,590
62 $4,320
63 $4,050
64 $3,780
65 $3,510
66 $3,240
67 $2,970
68 $2,700
69 $2,538
70 $2,376
71 $2,214
72 $2,052
73 $1,890
74 $1,782
75 $1,674
76 $1,566
77 $1,458
78 $1,350

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