2018 CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges Prize Money

Brooks Koepka has somehow only won five times on the PGA Tour with three of those wins being major championships. His fifth victory, which came this past weekend at the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges featured a $1.71 million winner’s check. 

Ironically, the biggest payday of the young 2018-19 season to date was Koepka’s smallest winning check in his last four wins. The only winner’s paycheck Koepka has cashed that was less than this week’s in Korea was his maiden PGA Tour victory at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. 

While the CJ Cup didn’t quite offer World Golf Championship money to those at the bottom of the leaderboard, all 78 players who teed it up got a little something for the effort. 

Here’s the complete breakdown of the tournament purse. 

1 Brooks Koepka -21 $1,710,000
2 Gary Woodland -17 $1,026,000
T3 Ryan Palmer -15 $551,000
T3 Rafael Cabrera Bello -15 $551,000
T5 Jason Day -12 $361,000
T5 Scott Piercy -12 $361,000
T7 Pat Perez -11 $296,083
T7 Chez Reavie -11 $296,083
T7 Cameron Smith -11 $296,083
T10 Adam Hadwin -10 $228,000
T10 Adam Scott -10 $228,000
T10 J.J. Spaun -10 $228,000
T10 Ian Poulter -10 $228,000
T14 Tyrrell Hatton -9 $164,730
T14 Keith Mitchell -9 $164,730
T14 Brendan Steele -9 $164,730
T14 Ted Potter Jr. -9 $164,730
T18 Marc Leishman -8 $121,600
T18 Beau Hossler -8 $121,600
T18 Alexander Noren -8 $121,600
T18 Hideki Matsuyama -8 $121,600
T18 Paul Casey -8 $121,600
T23 Patton Kizzire -7 $79,895
T23 C.T. Pan -7 $79,895
T23 Danny Willett -7 $79,895
T23 J.B. Holmes -7 $79,895
T23 Si Woo Kim -7 $79,895
T23 Jamie Lovemark -7 $79,895
T29 Joel Dahmen -6 $56,824
T29 Andrew Putnam -6 $56,824
T29 Louis Oosthuizen -6 $56,824
T29 Sung Kang -6 $56,824
T29 Kevin Chappell -6 $56,824
T29 Jimmy Walker -6 $56,824
T29 Ryan Armour -6 $56,824
T36 Joaquin Niemann -5 $42,465
T36 Ernie Els -5 $42,465
T36 Justin Thomas -5 $42,465
T36 Brian Harman -5 $42,465
T36 Brandt Snedeker -5 $42,465
T41 Sung-jae Im -4 $30,970
T41 Dong Seop Maeng -4 $30,970
T41 Brice Garnett -4 $30,970
T41 Rod Pampling -4 $30,970
T41 Graeme McDowell -4 $30,970
T41 Austin Cook -4 $30,970
T41 Byeong Hun An -4 $30,970
T48 Charley Hoffman -3 $22,230
T48 Nick Watney -3 $22,230
T48 Branden Grace -3 $22,230
T48 Xander Schauffele -3 $22,230
T52 Kevin Tway -2 $20,140
T52 Kevin Na -2 $20,140
T52 Brian Stuard -2 $20,140
T55 Emiliano Grillo -1 $19,095
T55 Jason Dufner -1 $19,095
T55 Shubhankar Sharma -1 $19,095
T55 Peter Uihlein -1 $19,095
T55 Tae hee Lee -1 $19,095
T55 James Hahn -1 $19,095
T61 Brian Gay E $18,050
T61 Ryan Moore E $18,050
T61 Kyoung-Hoon Lee E $18,050
T61 Charles Howell III E $18,050
T61 Doyeob Mun E $18,050
66 Kyle Stanley 1 $17,480
T67 Billy Horschel 2 $17,100
T67 Sanghyun Park 2 $17,100
T67 Jason Kokrak 2 $17,100
T70 Charl Schwartzel 4 $16,625
T70 Stewart Cink 4 $16,625
72 Whee Kim 5 $16,340
T73 Abraham Ancer 6 $15,960
T73 Chesson Hadley 6 $15,960
T73 Hyungjoon Lee 6 $15,960
76 Michael Kim 9 $15,580
T77 Hyun-woo Ryu 13 $15,295
T77 Minchel Choi 13 $15,295

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