2022 PGA TOUR: The American Express Purse and Payout Breakdown

2022 The American Express purse

After a two-week sojourn in the Aloha State, the PGA TOUR returns to the Pacific Coast of the mainland with another installment of The American Express golf tournament. The Pete Dye-named and created course in La Quinta is a sight to behold as well as a formidable challenge for this week’s golfers. This means that there’s also bound to be a huge pot at the end of the rainbow for the event’s top finishers.

Read on as we break down the total payout for the upcoming 2022 The American Express golf tournament below. And to be on top of all the latest news from on and off the golf links, head on over to Nitrogen Sports Blog after this.

Make it a point to celebrate the 2022 NFL Playoffs with us as well by joining our exclusive Nitro Picks and Nitro Squares contests for a chance to win even more bitcoin all throughout the NFL postseason!

2022 The American Express Purse Breakdown and Payout 

Where: Pete Dye Stadium Course, La Quinta, CA 
When: January 20-23, 2022
Where to watch: One Sports, Premier Sports

The 2022 American Express tournament is the first PGA TOUR event held in California since the Fortinet Championship kicked off the 2021-22 season in Napa. 

A massive prize pool worth $7.6 million is at stake in La Quinta, with the overall winner taking home about $1.35 million. It’s the fourth-most lucrative tournament of the season thus far and it also saw one of the biggest upgrades in purse money from the previous year at $6.7 million, which is a $900,000 increase.

Here’s how the $7.6 million prize money for each of the top 10 finishers of the season will be distributed:


With a ton of cash at stake, the PGA TOUR’s best golfers have come out to play in La Quinta, with the likes of Jon Rahm, Scottie Sheffler, Patrick Cantlay, and many more set to tee off this week. Create a betting account now to place stakes on your favorite golfers now before the 2022 The American Express comes to a close. 

Make sure that your wagers for the 2022 The American Express are strategized to a tee by checking out our sports betting guide after this.



The 2020-21 PGA TOUR season is about to wrap up. Nitrogen Sports has all the betting lines for the season finale here.



Related Articles