2019 PGA Championship: Purse and winner’s share

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The winner of the 2019 PGA Championship at Bethpage Black will get nearly $2 million. The total purse this year is $11 million.

Last year, Brooks Koepka won the Wanamaker Trophy and took home $1,980,000 by shooting 16-under. Tiger Woods came in second at 14-under and earned $1,188,000. Adam Scott finished third (13-under) and won $748,000.

2019 PGA Championship: Prize and purse money

The winner will earn almost $2 million: $1,980,000. The purse is $11 million. Both totals are the same as in 2018, when Brooks Koepka won at Bellerive Country Club.

Players making the cut but finishing below 70th will be paid in diminishing increments of $100 each ($19,500; $19,400, etc.). Players missing the cut and finishing 36 holes will get $3,100 each. Any player who makes the cut but doesn’t submit at 72-hole score will also receive $3,100.

2019 PGA Championship: Prize and purse money

Place | Amount

1st | $1,980,000

2nd | $1,188,000

3rd | $748,000

4th | $528,000

5th | $450,500

6th | $380,000

7th | $343,650

8th | $319,600

9th | $295,600

10th | $272,380

11th | $251,590

12th | $242,400

13th | $214,800

14th | $199,050

15th | $184,280

16th | $170,700

17th | $161,000

18th | $152,000

19th | $143,000

20th | $134,000

21st | $125,000

22nd | $116,000

23rd | $107,000

24th | $100,000

25th | $93,000

26th | $87,000

27th | $82,000

28th | $77,000

29th | $74,000

30th | $71,000

31st | $68,000

32nd | $65,000

33rd | $62,000

34th | $59,000

35th | $56,000

36th | $53,000

37th | $50,000

38th | $48,000

39th | $46,000

40th | $44,000

41st | $42,000

42nd | $40,000

43rd | $38,000

44th | $36,000

45th | $34,000

46th | $32,000

47th | $30,250

48th | $28,500

49th | $27,500

50th | $26,500

51st | $25,500

52nd | $25,000

53rd | $24,500

54th | $24,000

55th | $23,500

56th | $23,000

57th | $22,500

58th | $22,200

59th | $21,900

60th | $21,600

61st | $21,400

62nd | $21,200

63rd | $21,000

64th | $20,800

65th | $20,600

66th | $20,400

67th | $20,200

68th | $20,000

69th | $19,800

70th | $19,600

How to watch the 2019 PGA Championship

The Championship will broadcast live on both TNT & CBS.

First Round, Thursday, May 16
TNT: 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Second Round, Friday, May 17
TNT 1:00 – 7:30 p.m.

Third Round, Saturday, May 18
TNT: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
CBS: 2:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Fourth Round, Sunday, May 19
TNT: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
CBS: 2:00 – 7:00 p.m.

You can also stream the tournament live here.

2019 PGA Championship: Field list, players

2019 PGA Championship: Winners, history

5 Championships: Walter Hagen 1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927 and Jack Nicklaus 1963, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980
4 Championships: Tiger Woods 1999, 2000, 2006, 2007
3 Championships: Gene Sarazen 1922, 1923, 1933 and Sam Snead 1942, 1949, 1951
2 Championships: Jim Barnes 1916, 1919
Leo Diegel 1928, 1929
Paul Runyan 1934, 1938
Denny Shute 1936, 1937
Byron Nelson 1940, 1945
Ben Hogan 1946, 1948
Gary Player 1962, 1972
Raymond Floyd 1969, 1982
Dave Stockton 1970, 1976
Lee Trevino 1974, 1984
Larry Nelson 1981, 1987
Nick Price 1992, 1994
Vijay Singh 1998, 2004
Rory McIlroy 2012, 2014

1 Championship (50) Jock Hutchison 1920
Tommy Armour 1930
Tom Creavy 1931
Olin Dutra 1932
Johnny Revolta 1935
Henry Picard 1939
Vic Ghezzi 1942
Bob Hamilton 1944
Jim Ferrier 1947
Chandler Harper 1950
Jim Turnesa 1952
Walter Burkemo 1953
Chick Harbert 1954
Doug Ford 1955
Jack Burke Jr. 1956
Lionel Hebert 1957
Dow Finsterwald 1958
Bob Rosburg 1959
Jay Hebert 1960
Jerry Barber 1961
Bobby Nichols 1964
Dave Marr 1965
Al Geiberger 1966
Don January 1967
Julius Boros 1968
Lanny Wadkins 1977
John Mahaffey 1978
David Graham 1979
Hal Sutton 1983
Hubert Green 1985
Bob Tway 1986
Jeff Sluman 1988
Payne Stewart 1989
Wayne Grady 1990
John Daly 1991
Paul Azinger 1993
Steve Elkington 1995
Mark Brooks 1996
Davis Love III 1997
David Toms 2001
Rich Beem 2002
Shaun Micheel 2003
Phil Mickelson 2005
Padraig Harrington 2008
Y.E. Yang 2009
Martin Kaymer 2010
Keegan Bradley 2011
Jason Dufner 2013
Jason Day 2015
Jimmy Walker 2016
Justin Thomas 2017
Brooks Koepka 2018

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