2023 KPMG Ladies’s PGA purse: Payout breakdown, winner’s share


This is the entire purse, payout breakdown and winner’s share for the 2023 KPMG Ladies’s PGA Championship.

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The second LPGA main of the season involves a detailed Sunday with the ultimate spherical of the KPMG Ladies’s PGA Championship from Baltusrol Golf Membership in New Jersey.

Persevering with a pattern of large purse will increase within the ladies’s majors, this 12 months’s Ladies’s PGA Championship is being performed for a report $10 million purse. That’s a rise of $1 million from 2022 when the purse doubled from the 12 months prior. The $10 million quantity additionally ties final 12 months’s U.S. Ladies’s Open purse for the biggest of all time for a ladies’s main.

The winner will stroll away with a $1.5 million first-place prize.

Eire’s Leona Maguire entered the ultimate spherical with a one-shot lead over Jenny Shin at seven below. Taking part in in her first main as knowledgeable, Rose Zhang is six again at one below.

The ultimate spherical begins at 10 a.m. ET on Peacock, and NBC takes over the protection from 2-6 p.m.

Because of the risk of storms, final-round tee instances have been moved up and play went off in threesomes. Nevertheless, play was suspended at 1:02 p.m. on account of lightning within the space.

Try the complete purse breakdown for the 2023 KPMG Ladies’s PGA Championship beneath.

2023 KPMG Ladies’s PGA Championship purse: Payout breakdown, winner’s share

1st: $1.5 million
2nd: $889,964
third: $$645,605
4th: $499,426
fifth: $401,983
sixth: $328,893
seventh: $275,296
eighth: $241,192
ninth: $216,829
tenth: $197,336
eleventh: $182,714
twelfth: $170,533
thirteenth: $159,813
14th: $150,072
fifteenth: $141,299
sixteenth: $133,504
seventeenth: $126,687
18th: $120,838
nineteenth: $115,967
twentieth: $112,065
twenty first: $108,172
twenty second: $104,270
twenty third: $100,377
twenty fourth: $96,475
twenty fifth: $93,066
twenty sixth: $89,658
twenty seventh: $86,240
twenty eighth: $82,831
twenty ninth: $79,422
thirtieth: $76,498
thirty first: $73,574
thirty second: $70,649
thirty third: $67,725
thirty fourth: $64,801
thirty fifth: $62,370
thirty sixth: $59,930
thirty seventh: $57,499
thirty eighth: $55,059
thirty ninth: $52,619
fortieth: $50,673
forty first: $48,726
forty second: $46,780
forty third: $44,824
forty fourth: $42,878
forty fifth: $41,416
forty sixth: $39,953
forty seventh: $38,491
forty eighth: $37,029
forty ninth: $35,567
fiftieth: $34,105
51st: $33,136
52nd: $32,158
53rd: $31,180
54th: $30,212
fifty fifth: $29,234
56th: $28,256
57th: $27,288
58th: $26,310
59th: $25,341
sixtieth: $24,363
61st: $23,879
62nd: $23,385
63rd: $22,901
sixty fourth: $22,417
sixty fifth: $21,923
66th: $21,439
67th: $20,955
68th: $20,461
69th: $19,977
seventieth: $19,492

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Jack Hirsh is an assistant editor at GOLF. A Pennsylvania native, Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State College, incomes levels in broadcast journalism and political science. He was captain of his highschool golf group and nonetheless *tries* to stay aggressive in native amateurs. Earlier than becoming a member of GOLF, Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend, Oregon, primarily as Multimedia Journalist/reporter, but in addition producing, anchoring and even presenting the climate. He could be reached at jack.hirsh@golf.com.




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