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LIV Golf stages its second season finale in Miami this weekend – with $50million on the line.
The Saudi-backed league is offering up a $14million winner’s prize in the Team Championship at Trump National Doral Golf Club from October 20-22.
Dustin Johnson’s 4aces quartet won the inaugural Team Championship last year at the same venue, sharing $16m with teammates Talor Gooch, Patrick Reed and Pat Perez.
Gooch has already earned an $18m bonus as LIV’s individual champion for 2023, but has even more big prize money to play for, with each LIV team earning a different amount based on their final position in the league.
This year, the 12 teams will battle it out across three days in a unique tournament combining match play and stroke play.
What is the prize money breakdown in the LIV Golf Team Championship 2023?
The breakdown of prize money in this year’s LIV season finale is unique. The total $50m prize fund is split 60/40 with a player’s share and an individual share.
60% of a team’s winnings will go into the team prize pot, while each player will receive 10% of the remaining money.
This means that, for example, the winning team will share $8.4m of the $14m prize, while each player will also receive a separate $1.4m bonus.
LIV Golf Team Championship 2023 prize money in full
Winning team- $14m – individual share: $1.4m
2nd. $8m – individual share: $800,000
3rd. $6m – individual share: $600,000
4th. $4m – individual share: $400,000
5th. $3.25m – individual share: $325,000
6th. $3m – individual share: $300,000
7th. $2.75m – individual share: $275,000
8th. $2.5m – individual share: $250,000
9th. $2m – individual share: $200,000
10th. $1.75m – individual share: $175,000
11th. $1.5m – individual share: $150,000
12th. $1.25m – individual share: $125,000
The full prize money breakdown will be updated after the conclusion of the LIV Golf Team Championship from October 20-22.
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