2023 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship purse: Payout breakdown, winner’s share

Rose Zhang of the United States hits a tee shot on the eighth hole during the final round of the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club on June 25, 2023 in Springfield, New Jersey.

Here's the total purse, payout breakdown and winner's share for the 2023 KPMG Women's PGA Championship.

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The second LPGA major of the season comes to a close Sunday with the final round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship from Baltusrol Golf Club in New Jersey.

Continuing a trend of massive purse increases in the women’s majors, this year’s Women’s PGA Championship is being played for a record $10 million purse. That’s an increase of $1 million from 2022 when the purse doubled from the year prior. The $10 million number also ties last year’s U.S. Women’s Open purse for the largest of all time for a women’s major.

The winner will walk away with a $1.5 million first-place prize.

Ireland’s Leona Maguire entered the final round with a one-shot lead over Jenny Shin at seven under. Playing in her first major as a professional, Rose Zhang is six back at one under.

The final round begins at 10 a.m. ET on Peacock, and NBC takes over the coverage from 2-6 p.m.

Due to the threat of storms, final-round tee times were moved up and play went off in threesomes. However, play was suspended at 1:02 p.m. due to lightning in the area.

Check out the full purse breakdown for the 2023 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship below.

2023 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship purse: Payout breakdown, winner’s share

1st: $1.5 million
2nd: $889,964
3rd: $$645,605
4th: $499,426
5th: $401,983
6th: $328,893
7th: $275,296
8th: $241,192
9th: $216,829
10th: $197,336
11th: $182,714
12th: $170,533
13th: $159,813
14th: $150,072
15th: $141,299
16th: $133,504
17th: $126,687
18th: $120,838
19th: $115,967
20th: $112,065
21st: $108,172
22nd: $104,270
23rd: $100,377
24th: $96,475
25th: $93,066
26th: $89,658
27th: $86,240
28th: $82,831
29th: $79,422
30th: $76,498
31st: $73,574
32nd: $70,649
33rd: $67,725
34th: $64,801
35th: $62,370
36th: $59,930
37th: $57,499
38th: $55,059
39th: $52,619
40th: $50,673
41st: $48,726
42nd: $46,780
43rd: $44,824
44th: $42,878
45th: $41,416
46th: $39,953
47th: $38,491
48th: $37,029
49th: $35,567
50th: $34,105
51st: $33,136
52nd: $32,158
53rd: $31,180
54th: $30,212
55th: $29,234
56th: $28,256
57th: $27,288
58th: $26,310
59th: $25,341
60th: $24,363
61st: $23,879
62nd: $23,385
63rd: $22,901
64th: $22,417
65th: $21,923
66th: $21,439
67th: $20,955
68th: $20,461
69th: $19,977
70th: $19,492

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