Hero World Challenge Prize Money 2023 – Check the position-wise details!

Albany Golf Course in the Bahamas is the site of the Hero World Challenge. The purse for the event has been upped to $4.5 million this year, and the winner received $1 million on 3 December.

Hero World Challenge Prize Money

On Sunday, December 3, the Hero World Challenge came to an end, and the $4,500,000 purse was given out. Scottie Scheffler won the $1,000,000 winner’s share, demonstrating his dominance as the world’s top player.

Starting in the second round, Scheffler took the lead in the Hero World Challenge and maintained it for the majority of the last 36 holes. He ultimately had a three-stroke advantage over the runner-up on the leaderboard.

Players must be ranked in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking to compete in the 20-player field, which is an invitational event on the PGA Tour schedule. Here is the complete Prize money distribution of $4,500,000. Check details:

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Position  Players Prize Money Leaderboard
1 Scottie Scheffler $1,000,000 -20
2 Sepp Straka $450,000 -9
3 Justin Thomas $300,000 -11
4 Tony Finau $212,500 -10
5 Matt Fitzpatrick $212,500 -13
6 Jordan Spieth $190,000 -10
7 Collin Morikawa $185,000 -10
8 Brian Harman $177,500 -9
9 Justin Rose $177,500 -5
10 Viktor Hovland $170,000 E
11 Jason Day $165,000 -10
12 Lucas Glover $160,000 -5
13 Keegan Bradley $152,500 -2
14 Max Homa $152,500 -3
15 Cameron Young  $145,000 -7
16 Sam Burns $140,000 -1
17 Rickie Fowler  $135,000 +1
18 Tiger Woods $130,000 E
19 Wyndham Clark $125,000 +4
20 Will Zalatoris $120,000 +12

Hero World Challenge Top Player 

This last weekend was the Hero World Challenge’s last. The event lived up to expectations, with the first all-star field to grace the PGA Tour in a long time. Individual players turned in some amazing performances, and the leaderboard remained quite close until the very end. 

A great finish resulted from some outstanding performances in round four. After a strong showing at the Albany Golf Course, Scottie Scheffler won the competition consisting of 20 players. Following his triumph at the Players Championship earlier this year, Scheffler achieved a final score of 20-under 268.

Hero World Challenge Prize Money

Hero World Challenge 2023

Every December, Tiger Woods hosts a golf competition called the Hero World Challenge. There are now only 20 of the best-ranked golf professionals on it. 

The Tiger Woods Foundation benefits from the tournament. Although it is an unofficial event, it is scheduled as part of the PGA Tour calendar but does not give FedEx Cup points or official money.

NBC Sports and the USA Network broadcast the inaugural World Challenge. After that, USA and ABC Sports covered it between 2000 and 2006. Since 2007, Golf Channel and a rerun of NBC have broadcast it.

Hero World Challenge Winners & Prize money 2014 to 2023

Hero World Challenge winners list, prize money, venue, and score from 2014 to 2023 are discussed below: 

Year  Winner  Prize Money  Score  Venues 
2014  Jordan Spieth $1,000,000 262 Isleworth
2015 Bubba Watson $1,000,000 263 Albany
2016 Hideki Matsuyama $1,000,000 270
2017 Rickie Fowler $1,000,000 270
2018 Jon Rahm $1,000,000 268
2019 Henrik Stenson $1,000,000 270
2020 Cancelled Due to Pandemic
2021  Viktor Hovland $1,000,000 270 Albany
2022 Viktor Hovland $1,000,000 272
2023 Scottie Scheffler $1,000,000 268

In the Hero World Challenge, how many players are there?

It was revealed on Tuesday that the twenty competitors in this year’s Hero World Challenge, four of whom are ranked in the top 25 worldwide have been vying for the $4.5 million prize money payout at Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas.

The Bahamas golf tournament was won by whom?

Scottie Scheffler won the Hero World Challenge on Sunday by closing with a 4-under 68, good for a three-shot victory and his sixth of the year. Scheffler, who finished second in the Bahamas the previous two years, played flawlessly at Albany, allowing no one to get within two strokes on the back nine.

Did Tiger Woods participate in the Hero World Challenge?

In a recent golf tournament, Tiger Woods addressed his ranking following his withdrawal from the Masters earlier this year. The 47-year-old golf pro placed 18th at the Hero World Challenge held at the Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas. Starting on Thursday, the festival ran until Sunday.

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