Unveiling The 11 Largest Purses On The 2024 PGA Tour

Unveiling The 11 Largest Purses On The 2024 PGA Tour

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As the world of professional golf continues to evolve, the PGA Tour has witnessed an unprecedented surge in tournament prize money.

In 2024, the biggest events on the tour calendar are offering mind-boggling purses that have the potential to transform the lives of the winning golfers overnight.

Join us as we explore the top tournaments with the most lucrative prize pools on the 2024 PGA Tour.

Players Championship (March 9-12)

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Number one on the list scores big with a $25 million purse, including a whopping $4.5 million for the winner!

The Sentry (January 4-7)

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2024 kicked off the year big with a $20 million showdown, offering $3.6 million to the winner.

AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (February 1-3)

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Whether you watch for the every day PGA player, looking for a laugh with Bill Murray, or seeing how your favorite NFL players swing their 9-Iron, tee off in style with another $20 million pot, with $3.6 million awaiting the champion.

Genesis Invitational (February 15-18)

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Join the elite as they shoot for a chance to win a new Genesis with a hole-in-one on the 14th, and try for a piece of the $20 million prize money, featuring a $4 million payday for the winner.

Arnold Palmer Invitational (March 7-10)

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Golfers honor a legend and try to cash in on a $20 million purse, including a cool $4 million for the champion.

RBC Heritage (April 18-21)

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Keeping the momentum going with another $20 million showdown, offering $3.6 million to the one to hoist the trophy.

Wells Fargo Championship (May 9-12)

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Bank on players looking to make their mark and pocket $3.6 million from the $20 million jackpot.

The Memorial (June 6-9)

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Paying homage to greatness as the players look to seize a share of a $20 million prize pool, with $4 million up for grabs for the winner.

The Travelers Championship (June 20-23)

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Hit the road to riches with a $20 million purse, “insuring” the winner walks away with $3.6 million in prize money.

FedEx St. Jude Championship (August 15-18)

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Finish strong and claim a piece of the $20 million pie, with $3.6 million awaiting the winner.

BMW Championship (August 22-25)

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As a bonus, tied for 10th or 2nd place – however you see it – don’t miss the Aug. 22-25 BMW Championship, offering another $20 million in prizes, including $3.6 million for the champion.