Bermuda Championship purse: Payout information and winner’s share at Port Royal

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Doc Redman is among the leaders coming down the stretch Sunday at Port Royal in Bermuda.

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Doc Redman began his Sunday as the leader of the Bermuda Championship, still in the hunt for his first career PGA Tour victory. But no one said this was going to be easy.

Redman’s lead was snatched from him when a number of players started out hot early Sunday morning. Both Matt Jones and Wyndham Clark were three under through the first six holes at Port Royal Golf Club.

Whoever gets it done late Sunday will be treated to a hefty paycheck of $720,000 for first place. While that number might not get everyone on the PGA Tour going — many first-place prizes eclipse the million-dollar mark — it’s finishes like this one that can push a player toward regaining or maintaining full status on the PGA Tour. Every dollar counts.

This is the 2021 season, after all, and some of the most important golf is played in the fall, wrap-around season. That’s even more true this year as the Masters is just 10 days away. The best players in the world are trying to peak in November for likely the first time in their lives. You can find the entire list of payouts for the Bermuda Championship below.

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Bermuda Championship payout information; winner’s share

1 — $720,000

2 — $436,000

3 — $276,000

4 — $196,000

5 — $164,000

6 — $145,000

7 — $135,000

8 — $125,000

9 — $117,000

10 — $109,000

11 — $101,000

12 — $93,000

13 — $85,000

14 — $77,000

15 — $73,000

16 — $69,000

17 — $65,000

18 — $61,000

19 — $57,000

20 — $53,000

21 — $49,000

22 — $45,000

23 — $41,800

24 — $38,600

25 — $35,400

26 — $32,200

27 — $31,000

28 — $29,800

29 — $28,600

30 — $27,400

31 — $26,200

32 — $25,000

33 — $23,800

34 — $22,800

35 — $21,800

36 — $20,800

37 — $19,800

38 — $19,000

39 — $18,200

40 — $17,400

41 — $16,600

42 — $15,800

43 — $15,000

44 — $14,200

45 — $13,400

46 — $12,600

47 — $11,800

48 — $11,160

49 — $10,600

50 — $10,280

51 — $10,040

52 — $9,800

53 — $9,640

54 — $9,480

55 — $9,400

56 — $9,320

57 — $9,240

58 — $9,160

59 — $9,080

60 — $9,000

61 — $8,920

62 — $8,840

63 — $8,760

64 — $8,680

65 — $8,600

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