Prize money for each player and team at 2024 LIV Golf Adelaide

Brendan Steele knows that doing well in the LIV Golf League pays off.

Prize money for each player and team at 2024 LIV Golf Adelaide
Cameron Smith and Lucas Herbert of Ripper GC do a shoey as they enjoy winning the team competition at the LIV Golf Adelaide final round at the Grange Golf Club in Adelaide on April 28, 2024. (Photo by Brenton Edwards / AFP) © Golfweek

On Sunday, the 41-year-old won the sixth event of the 2024 season, LIV Golf Adelaide, at the Grange Golf Club with a score of 4-under 68. It was his first win on the Saudi-backed circuit.

Steele will get the big prize of $4 million for his hard work. Louis Oosthuizen won $2,250,000 for finishing one shot behind Steele at 17 under. Charl Schwartzel, Jon Rahm, Andy Ogletree, Joaquín Niemann, and Dean Burmester all tied for third place and made $920,000.

Find out how much money each player and team made at 2024 LIV Golf Adelaide.
Prize money for each person

PositionPlayerScoreEarnings
1 Brendan Steele-18$4,000,000
2 Louis Oosthuizen-17$2,250,000
T3 Charl Schwartzel-16$920,000
T3 Jon Rahm-16$920,000
T3 Andy Ogletree-16$920,000
T3 Joaquín Niemann-16$920,000
T3 Dean Burmester-16$920,000
8 Mito Pereira-15$525,000
T9 Abraham Ancer-14$385,500
T9 Brooks Koepka-14$385,500
T9 Matt Jones-14$385,500
T9 Jinichiro Kozuma-14$385,500
T9 Danny Lee-14$385,500
T14 Martin Kaymer-13$275,000
T14 Lucas Herbert-13$275,000
T14 Marc Leishman-13$275,000
T14 Tyrrell Hatton-13$275,000
T14 Thomas Pieters-13$275,000
T14 Anirban Lahiri-13$275,000
T14 Cameron Smith-13$275,000
21 Cameron Tringale-12$230,000
T22 Caleb Surratt-11$206,250
T22 Richard Bland-11$206,250
T22 Patrick Reed-11$206,250
T22 Carlos Ortiz-11$206,250
T26 Adrian Meronk-10180,000
T26 Matthew Wolff-10180,000
T26 Talor Gooch-10180,000
T26 Bryson DeChambeau-10180,000
T26 Charles Howell III-10180,000
T31 Pat Perez-9160,000
T31 Paul Casey-9160,000
T31 Dustin Johnson-9160,000
T34 Kevin Na-8146,250
T34 Lee Westwood-8146,250
T34 Bubba Watson-8146,250
T34 Peter Uihlein-8146,250
T38 Sebastián Muñoz-7138,750
T38 Phil Mickelson-7138,750
T40 Sergio Garcia-6130,500
T40 Branden Grace-6130,500
T40 David Puig-6130,500
T40 Kalle Samooja-6130,500
T40 Sam Horsfield-6130,500
45 Eugenio Chacarra-5125,000
T46 Graeme McDowell-4123,750
T46 Scott Vincent-4123,750
48 Harold Varner III-3120,000
49 Jason Kokrak-2$60,000
50 Kieran Vincent-1$60,000
51 Henrik Stenson3$60,000
T52 Hudson Swafford4$50,000
T52 Ian Poulter4$50,000
54 Anthony Kim6$50,000

This article was first published on Golfweek: 2024 LIV. Prize money for each player and team at Golf Adelaide

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