LIV Golf Miami Prize Money Payout 2024

The big-money League’s fifth tournament of the season takes place at Florida’s Trump National Doral

Jon Rahm takes a shot at LIV Golf Hong Kong
Jon Rahm plays his final event before The Masters
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After a four-week break, the LIV Golf season resumes in Miami, which the action taking place at the host venue for the Team Championship for the last two years, Trump National Doral.

As usual, there is a huge prize money payout available at the event, with $25m on offer. That figure is split, with $20m being shared among the 54 players in the individual event and $5m going to the top three teams.

So far this season, Chilean Joaquin Niemann has cashed in the most, having won two events, and he’ll be hoping to claim the winner’s share of $4m once again this week.

This week’s runner-up runner-up will claim $2.25m, while there are also seven-figure sums available for the players finishing third and fourth this week.

As there is no cut, every player is in line for some payment, with $50,000 heading to each of the bottom three on the leaderboard.

The winning team will bank $3m, with $1.5m going to the team that finishes second and $500,000 to the team in third.

The purse is also significantly larger than the other big men’s event this week, the Valero Texas Open, where $9.2m is on offer.

Below is the prize money payout for LIV Golf Miami.

Individual LIV Golf Miami Prize Money Payout

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PositionPrize Money
1st$4,000,000
2nd$2,250,000
3rd$1,500,000
4th$1,000,000
5th$800,000
6th$700,000
7th$600,000
8th$525,000
9th$442,500
10th$405,000
11th$380,000
12th$360,000
13th$340,000
14th$320,000
15th$300,000
16th$285,000
17th$270,000
18th$260,000
19th$250,000
20th$240,000
21st$230,000
22nd$220,000
23rd$210,000
24th$200,000
25th$195,000
26th$190,000
27th$185,000
28th$180,000
29th$175,000
30th$170,000
31st$165,000
32nd$160,000
33rd$155,000
34th$150,000
35th$148,000
36th$145,000
37th$143,000
38th$140,000
39th$138,000
40th$135,000
41st$133,000
42nd$130,000
43rd$128,000
44th$128,000
45th$125,000
46th$125,000
47th$123,000
48th$120,000
49th$60,000
50th$60,000
51st$60,000
52nd$50,000
53rd$50,000
54th$50,000

Team LIV Golf Miami Prize Money Payout

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PositionPrize Money
1st$3,000,000
2nd$1,500,000
3rd$500,000

Who Are The Star Names In LIV Golf Miami?

Abraham Ancer with the LIV Golf Hong Kong trophy

Abraham Ancer won LIV Golf Hong Kong

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While Joaquin Niemann has been the standout player so far this season, Fireballs GC player Abraham Ancer won in the most recent tournament, in Hong Kong. The Mexican beat Paul Casey and Cameron Smith in a playoff in the Far East, and he’ll be hoping to continue that form here.

Many of the big names in the field will have one eye on next week’s Masters. In total 13 LIV Golf players are qualified for the event, including defending champion Jon Rahm. The Spaniard has had a solid start to his LIV Golf career with four-top 10 finishes, and he will be hoping for the ideal preparation for the Augusta National Major with his first win on the circuit.

Other big names who will be teeing it up next week include three-time Masters champion Phil Mickelson, who will have a new caddie, Jon Yarbrough, after his brother Tim retired as his bagman.

Sergio Garcia, who won The Masters in 2017 also plays, along with 2018 champion Patrick Reed and the player who won two years later, Dustin Johnson.

Other players competing in Miami who will be appearing at next week’s event include Crushers GC captain Bryson DeChambeau, Smash GC captain Brooks Koepka and Range Goats captain Bubba Watson, who won The Masters twice, in 2012 and 2014.

Where Is LIV Golf Playing In Miami?

The tournament is being held at Trump National Doral. This is the third successive year the venue has held a LIV Golf tournament. However, in the opening two seasons, it was the host of season finale the Team Championship.

What Is The Prize Money Payout At LIV Golf Miami?

As with the other regular tournaments in the LIV Golf season, a prize money payout of $25m is available, with the winner of the individual tournament claiming $4m. The top three teams at the event will share $5m.

Mike Hall
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