2021 Saudi International purse: Payout information and winner’s share

Dustin Johnson pumps fist at Saudi International.

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After four days of action-packed golf at the Saudi International, we finally have a winner. Here’s everything you need to know about the Saudi International’s purse information, including payout and winner’s share.

Saudi International final round recap

The Saudi International has been in existence for just three years, but it already has a repeat champion. Dustin Johnson — who won the Saudi in his first try in 2019 and finished runner-up in 2020 — claimed victory on Sunday by two strokes for his second win in the event.

Johnson led heading into the final round at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club after shooting 12 under through his first 54 holes. On Sunday, he played as he has repeatedly with a final round lead in the last 12 months: boringly. DJ carded only a single bogey to four birdies during his final round Sunday, cruising to 15 under for the tournament and an easy two-stroke victory. The 2020 Masters Champ and PGA Tour player of the year continued his hot streak into 2021 despite the Saudi serving as only his second start in the new year to date.

Just behind was Tony Finau, who carded yet another top-10 finish but found himself unable to make up significant ground on Johnson Sunday. Justin Rose, who shot a blistering Sunday 65, tied with Finau as runner-up at 13 under.

Below is the payout information and winner’s share for the Saudi International’s $3.5 million purse.

Saudi International payout information, winner’s share

1. $583,330

2. $388,880

3. $219,100

4. $175,000

5. $148,400

6. $122,500

7. $105,000

8. $87,500

9. $78,400

10. $70,000

11. $64,400

12. $60,200

13. $56,350

14. $53,550

15. $51,450

16. $49,350

17. $47,250

18. $45,150

19. $43,400

20. $42,000

21. $40,600

22. $39,550

23. $38,500

24. $37,450

25. $36,400

26. $35,350

27. $34,300

28. $33,250

29. $32,200

30. $31,150

31. $30,100

32. $29,050

33. $28,000

34. $26,950

35. $26,250

36. $25,550

37. $24,850

38. $24,150

39. $23,450

40. $22,750

41. $22,050

42. $21,350

43. $20,650

44. $19,950

45. $19,250

46. $18,550

47. $17,850

48. $17,150

49. $16,450

50. $15,750

51. $15,050

52. $14,350

53. $13,650

54. $12,950

55. $12,250

56. $11,550

57. $10,850

58. $10,500

59. $10,150

60. $9,800

61. $9,450

62. $9,100

63. $8,750

64. $8,400

65. $8,050

James Colgan

Golf.com Editor

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.