2021 Evian Championship purse: Payout information, winner’s share

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Jeongeun Lee6 entered Sunday with a massive lead at the Evian Championship

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We’ve reached the final round of play at the 2021 Evian Championship. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including purse, payout information, and winner’s share, from the fourth of five women’s major championships in 2021.

2021 Evian Championship final round preview

After a hefty lead at the 54-hole mark, Jeongeun Lee6 is in trouble on Sunday at the 2021 Evian Championship. Lee6, who led by five strokes heading into Sunday’s final round, trails coming into the home stretch at the fourth of five women’s majors on the 2021 schedule.

In her place has stepped a pair of contenders — Minjee Lee and Yealimi Noah — who have leapfrogged Lee6 on Sunday and stepped into first and second place respectively. Of course, Lee and Noah are each looking for their first-ever major championship, while Lee6 won the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open.

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Yealimi Noah is a major underdog story heading into the week. Only 19 years old, she’s looking to win her first major championship before acquiring her driver’s license. On the other hand, Lee is a member of the LPGA Tour’s old guard of sorts, having claimed five LPGA Tour wins and eight professional victories to date, but remaining in the hunt for her elusive first major championship.

Below, find all the information, including payout and winner’s share, for the Evian Championship’s $4.5 million purse; you can catch the action on Sunday on CNBC.

2021 Evian Championship payout information, winner’s share

1. $675,000

2. $418,716

3. $303,750

4. $234,974

5. $189,128

6. $154,739

7. $129,524

8. $113,477

9. $102,015

10. $92,844

11. $85,966

12. $80,233

13. $75,191

14. $70,607

15. $66,479

16. $62,811

17. $59,605

18. $56,853

19. $54,560

20. $52,724

21. $50,893

22. $49,057

23. $47,225

24. $45,389

25. $43,787

26. $42,183

27. $40,574

28. $38,970

29. $37,368

30. $35,991

31. $34,616

32. $33,239

33. $31,865

34. $30,488

35. $29,345

36. $28,197

37. $27,052

38. $25,904

39. $24,757

40. $23,841

41. $22,925

42. $22,010

43. $21,089

44. $20,174

45. $19,485

46. $18,797

47. $18,110

48. $17,422

49. $16,733

50. $16,045

51. $15,590

52. $15,129

53. $14,670

54. $14,213

55. $13,754

56. $13,293

57. $12,839

58. $12,377

59. $11,923

60. $11,462

61. $11,234

62. $11,003

63. $10,775

64. $10,546

65. $10,314

66. $10,087

67. $9,860

68. $9,626

69. $9,398

70. $9,171

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