2023 Zurich Classic money: Total purse, payout breakdown, winner’s share

Beau Hossler and Wyndham Clark lead the Zurich Classic of New Orleans after 54 holes.

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Eighteen holes of nervy alternate shot stand between the field and a big payday at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

The total purse for the week is $8.6 million, and the winning team receives $2,485,400 to split — $1,242,700 each — with second place bringing home $1,014,800 to divvy up.

Wyndham Clark and Beau Hossler lead the team event at 26 under and have a one-shot lead over Keith Mitchell and Sungjae Im heading into the final round at TPC Louisiana. Three teams begin the day three back: Vincent Norman/Matthias Schwab, Matthew NeSmith/Taylor Moore and Nick Hardy/Davis Riley.

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The defending champions have more work to do, however. Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay, the heavy betting favorites entering the week, are 20 under and six back. But the final round is foursomes (alternate shot), so there’s opportunities for teams to make moves. The last time Schauffele and Cantlay played foursomes, during Friday’s round, they set the tournament’s 18-hole foursomes scoring record by two with a nine-under 63.

Below is the complete payout breakdown for the tournament. You can watch from 1-3 p.m. ET on Golf Channel and 3-6 p.m. on CBS.

2023 Zurich Classic money: Total purse, payout breakdown, winner’s share

1st: $2,485,400
2nd: $1,014,800
3rd: $664,350
4th: $559,000
5th: $485,900
6th: $417,100
7th: $348,300
8th: $350,300
9th: $270,900
10th: $236,500
11th: $202,100
12th: $172,430
13th: $144,652
14th: $129,860
15th: $119,540
16th: $109,220
17th: $99,330
18th: $90,730
19th: $82,560
20th: $75,680
21st: $68,800
22nd: $61,920
23rd: $55,040
24th: $48,504
25th: $44,032
26th: $41,796
27th: $40,248
28th: $39,388
29th: $38,700
30th: $38,012
31st: $37,324
32nd: $36,636
33rd: $35,948
34th: $35,260
35th: $34,572

Josh Berhow

Golf.com Editor

Josh Berhow is the managing editor at GOLF.com. The Minnesota native graduated with a journalism degree from Minnesota State University in Mankato. You can reach him at joshua_berhow@golf.com.