2024 Zurich Classic money: Here’s how much every player made 

Rory McIlroy smiles at the Zurich Classic.

Rory McIlroy smiles Sunday at the Zurich Classic.

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The Zurich Classic of New Classic may be a team event, but that doesn’t mean a win this week isn’t life-changing.

While stars like the Irish duo of Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry have their futures secure, teams like Zac Blair/Patrick Fishburn, Chad Ramey/Martin Trainer and Ryan Brehm/Mark Hubbard stand to gain a lot more.

There are no world-ranking points available this week, but each member of the winning team still receives a two-year exemption on the PGA Tour, even if they aren’t currently a member, and 400 FedEx Cup points. They’d also gain entrance into this season’s three remaining Signature Events, the next coming in two weeks at the Wells Fargo Championship.

“Yeah, it’s kind of why you’re out here playing is to have opportunities like this,” Blair said Saturday night. “I’ve been out here a handful of years now, so I know that they don’t come that often, and so we’ll do our best to go take advantage of it.”

But ultimately, the rich got richer as McIlroy and Lowry prevailed in a playoff over Trainer and Ramey for their 25th and third PGA Tour wins, respectively.

Each player of the winning team also comes away with $1.286 million for their troubles. The total purse is $8.9 million.

How much every player made at the 2024 Zurich Classic of New Orleans

(Final payouts will be updated upon conclusion of the event)

1. Rory McIlroy/Shane Lowry $1.286 million (per player)

2. Chad Ramey/Martin Trainer $525,100

3. Ryan Brehm/Mark Hubbard $343,762

T4. Garrick Higgo/Ryan Fox $234,181.25
Sam Stevens/Paul Barjon
Zac Blair/Patrick Fishburn
Nico Echavarria/Max Greyserman

T8. Greyson Sigg/Chesson Hadley $149,075
Thomas Detry/Robert MacIntyre

10. Nick Taylor/Adam Hadwin $122,375

T11. Kelly Kraft/Kevin Tway $69,069.37
Austin Eckroat/Chris Gotterup
Brice Garnett/Sepp Straka
K.H. Lee/Michael Kim
Matt Fitzpatrick/Alex Fitzpatrick
Charley Hoffman/Nick Watney
Corey Conners/Taylor Pendrith
Callum Tarren/David Skinns

T19. Chandler Phillips/Jacob Bridgeman $37,380
Peter Malnati/Russell Knox
Luke List/Henrik Norlander
Zach Johnson/Ryan Palmer

T23. Collin Morikawa/Kurt Kitayama $23,764.80
Mac Meissner/Austin Smotherman
Patrick Cantlay/Xander Schauffele
Davis Thompson/Andrew Novak
Aaron Rai/David Lipsky

T28. Nick Hardy/Davis Riley $19,135
Brandon Wu/James Nicholas
Doug Ghim/Chan Kim
Kevin Yu/C.T. Pan
Dylan Wu/Justin Lower
Ben Kohles/Patton Kizzire
Harry Hall/Scott Piercy
Keith Mitchell/Joel Dahmen

36. Matt Wallace/Thorbjorn Oleson $17,533

37. Ben Taylor/Sean O’Hair $17,177

38. Nate Lashley/Rafael Campos $16,821

39. Vincent Norrman/Jorge Campillo $16,465

40. Chez Reavie/Brant Snedeker $16,109

Jack Hirsh

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