2023 Aramco Team Series – Florida money: Here’s how much every player made
It’s the Spaniard’s seventh career Ladies European Tour title and ninth career title overall, adding to her two LPGA victories.
Ciganda started the day a shot back of fellow Spaniard Nuria Iturrioz, but faded with an 83 on the final day, leaving Ciganda to duel with Davidson Spilkova. Ciganda bogeyed the opening two holes but made birdies at 6, 7 and 9 to take control of the event. A double-bogey on 16 wasn’t enough to sink her as she parred the final two holes to hang on for the win.
“To win, I think it’s always special. It’s not easy to win nowadays,” Ciganda told the LET. “I think there are a lot of good players and a lot of the youngsters are coming very strong.”
World No. 3 Lydia Ko started the final day three back, but couldn’t make up any ground, shooting 73.
The win awarded Ciganda $69,424.80 from a $1 million purse.
You can find a complete list of the 2023 Aramco Team Series – Florida payouts for each player below.
How much every player made at the 2023 Aramco Team Series – Florida
1. Carlota Ciganda $69,424.80
2. Klara Davidson Spilkova $41,654.88
T3. Olivia Cowan $24,298.68
T5. Ana Belac $15,504.87
T7. Celine Herbin $12,265.05
9. Linnea Johansson $11,107.97
T10. Aline Krauter $9,719.47
T15. Aditi Ashok $7,752.44
Luna Sobron Galmes
T21. Trichat Cheenglab $6,135.83
Anne Van Dam
Paz Marfa Sans
T28. Ana Pelaez Trivino $4,543.47
34. Becky Morgan $3,887.79
T35. Magdalena Simmermacher $3,610.09
T38. Linnea Strom $2,915.84
Virginia Elena Carta
T45. Alessandra Fanali $2,162.09
Patricia Isabel Schmidt
Manon De Roey
T52. Johanna Gustavsson $1,851.33
T55. Daniela Holmqvist $1,604.49
T58. Nicole Garcia $1,434.78
Nicole Broch Estrup
61. Sofie Bringner $1,342.21
T62. Hayley Davis $1,272.79
T64. Whitney Hillier $1,180.22
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