2021 Zurich Classic purse: Payout information, winner’s share in New Orleans

Louis Oosthuizen makes up half of the team that enters Sunday leading at the Zurich Classic.

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It’s Sunday at the 2021 Zurich Classic of New Orleans and we’re coming down to the wire. Below you’ll find everything you need to know about tournament money, including payout information, winner’s share and purse.

Zurich Classic of New Orleans final round preview

A throwback tandem is clutching a narrow lead heading into the final round at the 2021 Zurich Classic. Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen — two South Africans on the wrong side of 30 — hold a one-stroke advantage heading into Sunday’s final round at the PGA Tour’s annual team event. Sunday will see the field play alternate shot for the second time this week (as opposed to four ball, which was the format of choice for rounds 1 and 3).

Schwartzel and Oosthuizen (-19) will have to fend off charges from two groups nipping at their heels — the Aussie pair of Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith along with Cameron Champ and Tony Finau (-18). Further back, Bubba Watson and Scottie Scheffler and Viktor Hovland and Kris Ventura (both -17) will try to mount a Sunday comeback.

Below is the payout information, including winner’s share, for each team from the Zurich Classic’s $7.4 million purse; you can watch the action from 1-3:00 p.m. EST on Golf Channel, and from 3 p.m. until the completion of the tournament on CBS.

Zurich Classic payout information, winner’s share

(Payouts are split evenly between teams)

1. $2,138,600
2. 873,200
3. 571,650
4. 481,000
5. 418,100
6. 358,900
7. 299,700
8. 262,700
9. 233,100
10. 203,500
11. 173,900
12. 148,370
13. 124,468
14. 111,740
15. 102,860
16. 93,980
17. 85,470
18. 78,070
19. 71,040
20. 65,120
21. 59,200
22. 53,280
23. 47,360
24. 41,736
25. 37,888
26. 35,964
27. 34,632
28. 33,892
29. 33,300
30. 32,708
31. 32,116
32. 31,524
33. 30,932

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