2020 PNC Championship purse: Payout information and winner’s share in Orlando

Justin Thomas tees off on the 9th hole at the PNC Championship on Sunday.

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We’re coming down the stretch at the 2020 PNC Championship, below is the purse information for one of golf’s final events in 2020.

Team Thomas has taken the lead after a 15 under 57 (!!!) in Sunday’s final round. Justin and Mike Thomas carded eight birdies in their first nine holes, and recorded 15 birdies for the day. The Thomases are in the clubhouse lead, with only a handful of golfers within striking distance of their 25 under finish.

Meanwhile, Charlie and Tiger Woods have made a late run, but still remain a safe distance out of the lead. The Woods’ were never a real threat to Team Thomas, but still managed to string together a pair of eagles and a couple of birdies down the stretch. Perhaps more impressive than Charlie and Tiger’s performance is their attire — the pair of Woods’ rocked Tiger’s famed ‘Sunday Red’ look for the final round at the PNC.

Below is the payout information for the PNC Championship’s $1.085 million purse; you can catch a tape-delay of the action Sunday on Golf Channel and NBC.

2020 PNC Championship payout information, winner’s share

1. $200,000

2. $80,000

3. $57,250

4. $50,000

5. $49,000

6. $48,000

7. $47,000

8. $46,000

9. $45,000

10. $44,500

11. $44,000

12. $43,500

13. $43,000

14. $42,500

15. $42,000

16. $41,500

17. $41,000

18. $40,500

19. $40,250

20. $40,000

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James Colgan is an assistant editor at GOLF, contributing stories for the website and magazine on a broad range of topics. He writes the Hot Mic, GOLF’s weekly media column, and utilizes his broadcast experience across the brand’s social media and video platforms. A 2019 graduate of Syracuse University, James — and evidently, his golf game — is still defrosting from four years in the snow, during which time he cut his teeth at NFL Films, CBS News and Fox Sports. Prior to joining GOLF, James was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from.