LIV Golf Money List: How Much Every Player Has Earned In 2024

The LIV Golf League is known for the big money its players can win - here is what each player has claimed so far this season

Joaquin Niemann takes a shot at the LIV Golf Singapore tournament
Joaquin Niemann is still top of the LIV Golf money list
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The seventh LIV Golf event of the season took place in Singapore, and, like the other tournaments in the regular season, a purse of $25m was on offer, with $20m distributed among the players and another $5m invested in the top three teams.

Even with the PGA Tour's signature events, which regularly offer purses of $20m or more, LIV Golf offers more prize money than any other circuit, with even those finishing at the bottom of the leaderboard guaranteed payment. 

Torque GC captain Joaquin Niemann remains at the top of the money list thanks largely to a flying start to the season that included two wins in the first three events. 

While it's now been four tournaments since his most recent triumph, his form has remained solid. A T7 at Sentosa Golf Club boosted his bank balance by another $522,500 to see him maintain his lead at the top of the money list, over $3m more than closest challenger Dean Burmester.

One of the big movers after the Singapore contest was Smash GC captain Brooks Koepka, whose fourth LIV Golf win handed him $4m. He rises from 17th the third with winnings of over $6m for the year.

Other notable names in the top 10 include LIV Golf Las Vegas winner Dustin Johnson, in fourth, Abraham Ancer, who is fifth helped by his win in Hong Kong and two-time Major winner Jon Rahm in eighth, who continued his streak of successive top-10 finishes since signing for LIV Golf with a T10 to bank him another $371,250 and take his total for the year beyond $5m.

Brooks Koepka with the LIV Golf Singapore trophy

Brooks Koepka's win helped him to third on the list

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Now at the halfway point of the season, there are now 49 LIV Golf players with winnings of over $1m, with Jinichiro Kozuma taking up the last of those places on $1,049,308.33.

Further down the money list are big names including former World No.1 Lee Westwood on $795,717 and Anthony Kim $260,000.

Here is how the list of earnings for the 2024 season currently stands.

LIV Golf League 2024 Money List

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PositionPlayerPrize Money
1stJoaquin Niemann$10,888,000.00
2ndDean Burmester$7,258,013.85
3rdBrooks Koepka$6,080,500.00
4thDustin Johnson$5,964,286.00
5thAbraham Ancer$5,867,250.00
6thSergio Garcia$5,747,142.85
7thLouis Oosthuizen$5,653,000.00
8thJon Rahm$5,095,321.00
9thBrendan Steele$4,991,750.00
10thCameron Smith$4,896,417.00
11thTalor Gooch$4,438,536.00
12thPaul Casey$3,734,167.00
13thMarc Leishman$3,670,250.00
14thCharl Schwartzel$3,394,925.00
15thBryson DeChambeau$3,166,667.00
16thMatthew Wolff$3,139,167.00
17thTyrrell Hatton$3,121,928.85
18thPeter Uihlein$2,828,500.00
19thCharles Howell III$2,203,821.00
20thKevin Na$2,173,692.85
21stCarlos Ortiz$2,166,859.85
22ndAdrian Meronk$2,140,917.00
23rdThomas Pieters$1,923,250.00
24thGraeme McDowell$1,809,987.33
25thJason Kokrak$1,792,250.00
26thRichard Bland$1,744,488.00
27thSebastian Munoz$1,697,703.00
28thAndy Ogletree$1,608,000.00
29thAnirban Lahiri$1,584,300.00
30thPatrick Reed$1,566,300.00
31stMatt Jones$1,541,044.00
32ndCameron Tringale$1,484,050.00
33rdCaleb Surratt$1,475,250.00
34thLucas Herbert$1,326,000.00
35thHenrik Stenson$1,316,904.33
36thEugenio Chacarra$1,308,250.00
37thDavid Puig$1,252,942.85
38thPhil Mickelson$1,235,500.00
39thMartin Kaymer$1,200,536.00
40thIan Poulter$1,197,571.00
41stSam Horsfield$1,194,500.00
42ndBubba Watson$1,191,875.00
43rdMito Pereira$1,176,258.33
44thKalle Samooja$1,161,625.00
45thScott Vincent$1,152,369.00
46thDanny Lee$1,148,000.00
47thHarold Varner III$1,143,000.00
48thBranden Grace$1,092,434.85
49thJinichiro Kozuma$1,049,308.33
50thPat Perez$960,500.00
51stKieran Vincent$917,883.33
52ndLee Westwood$795,717.00
53rdHudson Swafford$534,000.00
54thLaurie Canter$527,500.00
55thAnthony Kim$260,000.00
56thWade Ormsby$50,000.00
57thBen Campbell$33,000.00
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