Sony Open in Hawaii 2020 Prize Money (Winners Payouts)

Sony Open Prize Money

Sony Open in Hawaii the next PGA tour schedule in January 2020. Tour began from 12th January. Matt Kuchar is current defending champion. The payout budget increase for the tournament. Sony Open Hawaii prize money $6.7 million.

The Sony Open prize money increased for the winners and players finishing in the top 10 position. Last year Kuchar received purse money upto ($1.15 million). This year 5% more increased for the winner and runner-up.

SONY OPEN IN HAWAII PRIZE MONEY 2020 (ANNOUNCED)
Standings
Prize Money
Winner
$1.34 million
Runner-up
$760,000
Top 3
$475,000
Top 4
$305,333
Top 7
$218,000
Top 8
$191,000
Top 10-20
$80,000 – $160,000
Top 20-30
$42,560 – $80,000
Top 30-40
$19,488 – $31,040
Top 50-60
$15,061 – $14,080
Top 61-71
$13,504 – $12,672
MDF
$12,224 – $11,840
Total Prize Money
$6.7 Million

In the above table you can see how the prize money $6.6 million distributed among the golfers. Golfers who’s listed for the tournament and but finished without completing it earned money in (MDF) category. The golfers in MDF category rewarded with prize money between ($11k to $12K) each.

The winner of Sony Open Hawaii 2020 received share of ($1.34 million) from prize money and runner-up estimated upto ($760k). Golfers finished at third sport each of them earned $475k. Top golfers who finished from 10th-20th position earned purse money ($80,000 – $160,000).

Lowest prize money adjusted for the golfers who don’t finish the tour but participated in the event. All 61-66 position golfers earn ($13,504) and those who finished at (67-71) position collect $12,672. If any changes made to the prize money updated later.

All financial information in the give table gathered from top sources golf. Tournament of champions prize money $100k more compare to Sony Open Hawaii.

References : Golf Digest, Golf News Net, PGA Tours, Fox Sports, Forbes Magazine