2021 Butterfield Bermuda Championship purse: Payout information, winner’s share

Taylor Pendrith leads through three rounds of play.

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After three wind-swept rounds of play at the 2021 Bermuda Championship, we’ve finally reached the final round of action. Below, find out everything you need to know about the tournament money, including payout information and purse.

2021 Bermuda Championship preview

Three rounds of play at the 2021 Bermuda Championship have netted us a leaderboard led by three international names heading into Sunday’s final round. Of course, the tournament field is lean due to travel difficulties and Covid restrictions, but the stage is still set for another thrilling finish.

At the top of the heap is Taylor Pendrith, a 30-year-old PGA Tour rookie, who holds a two-stroke advantage at 17 under par. Pendrith, who is Canadian born, has only two wins to his name — both in his home country. A victory on Sunday in Bermuda would be not only the first of his PGA Tour career, but the first top-10 finish of his PGA Tour career, as well.

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Behind him are a pair of Australians, Danny Lee and Lucas Herbert, who sit tied for second at 15 under. The two journeyman are looking for strong performances Sunday to vault themselves up the leaderboard and back into the lead.

Further back, Patrick Reed and Garrick Higgo are in need of strong Sunday performances to re-enter contention. Below, find everything you need to know about the Bermuda Championship’s $6.5 million purse; you can catch the action all morning on Golf Channel.

2021 Bermuda Championship payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,170,000

2. $708,500

3. $448,500

4. $318,500

5. $266,500

6. $235,625

7. $219,375

8. $203,125

9. $190,125

10. $177,125

11. $164,125

12. $151,125

13. $138,125

14. $125,125

15. $118,625

16. $112,125

17. $105,625

18. $99,125

19. $92,625

20. $86,125

21. $79,625

22. $73,125

23. $67,925

24. $62,725

25. $57,525

26. $52,325

27. $50,375

28. $48,425

29. $46,475

30. $44,525

31. $42,575

32. $40,625

33. $38,675

34. $37,050

35. $35,425

36. $33,800

37. $32,175

38. $30,875

39. $29,575

40. $28,275

41. $26,975

42. $25,675

43. $24,375

44. $23,075

45. $21,775

46. $20,475

47. $19,175

48. $18,135

49. $17,225

50. $16,705

51. $16,315

52. $15,925

53. $15,665

54. $15,405

55. $15,275

56. $15,145

57. $15,015

58. $14,885

59. $14,755

60. $14,625

61. $14,495

62. $14,365

63. $14,235

64. $14,105

65. $13,975

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