2023 Grant Thornton Invitational purse: Payout info, winner’s share 

Tony Finau smiles during the Grant Thornton Invitational.

Tony Finau and Nelly Korda are near the lead in Naples.

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Tony Finau could be in for a pretty big payday Sunday at a team event.

We’re of course talking about the final round of the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour’s Grant Thornton Invitational. Were you picturing something else?

Finau and partner Nelly Korda will go off in the final group, starting the third and final round two shots behind the lead of Lydia Ko and Jason Day.

Team “Fi-Nelly” paced the field during Friday’s opening round of scramble, but struggled more in Saturday’s alternate shot format, posting a 70. In the final round, the tournament will employ a modified version of four-balls which asks each player to play and hole out with their partner’s drive.

“I think we have a good beat on each other’s golf ball at least,” Finau said. “I got to hit a couple of— used her golf ball a couple times and vice versa. So whatever the game plan is, bombs and bombs on the greens and bombs off the tee, that’s what we’re looking tomorrow.”

While stakes are high for Finau, they could be even higher for Korda as the Grant Thornton’s split $1 million first-place prize represents the highest winner’s check on the LPGA Tour all year, other than the five majors and CME Group Tour Championship.

With that, here’s the total breakdown of the Grant Thornton’s $4 million purse.

Grant Thornton Invitational payout info, winner’s share per team

1. $1 million ($500,000)

2. $560,000 ($260,000)

3. $330,000 ($165,000)

4. $250,000 ($125,000)

5. $215,000 ($107,500)

6. $190,000 ($95,000)

7. $180,000 ($90,000)

8. $170,000 ($85,000)

9. $160,000 ($80,000)

10. $150,000 ($75,000)

11. $145,000 ($72,500)

12. $140,000 ($70,000)

13. $135,000 ($67,500)

14. $130,000 ($65,000)

15. $125,000 ($62,500)

16. $120,000 ($60,000)

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