2019 PGA Tour Houston Open Tournament Purse and Payout Breakdown

    October 10, 2019 | Sports Henrik Stenson Houston PGA Tour 2019

    The fourth-largest city in the United States will play host to an intriguing golf tournament, the 2019 Houston Open, that may be short in star power, but is expected to be competitive nonetheless. Among the top names on the field are Henrik Stenson and Keegan Bradley, who are the only two entries inside the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking.

    If anything, that could only mean that this year’s edition of the Houston Open will be a wide-open race. Nitrogen Sports Blog takes a look at some of the details about the 2019 Houston Open payout.
    Where: Golf Club of Houston, Texas
    When: October 10-13, 2019
    Broadcast: GolfTV, PGA Tour Radio

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    Ian Poulter will not be down in Houston to defend the title he won a year ago, when he took home the biggest chunk of the $7 million purse. Poulter, who won by outlasting Beau Hossler and Jordan Spieth in the playoffs, took home $1.26 million for his victory. Hossler settled for $756,000, while Spieth fattened his wallet with $406,000.

    This year, the total 2019 Houston Open payout is set at $500,000, boosting the pot to $7.5 million. The winner is going to pocket $1.35 million. We will update the complete breakdown of prizes for the 2019 Houston Open once they are all revealed. For now, here’s how last year’s prize distribution looked like.

    WinnerLanto Griffin$1,350,000
    T2Scott Harrington$667,500
    T2Mark Hubbard$667,500
    T4Harris English$286,875
    T4Xin-Jun Zhang$286,875
    T4Talor Gooch$286,875
    T4Sepp Straka$286,875
    T4Carlos Ortiz$286,875
    T9Bud Cauley$196,875
    T9Chad Campbell$196,875
    T9Stewart Cink$196,875
    T9Denny McCarthy$196,875
    T13Bronson Burgoon$142,500
    T13Doc Redman$142,500
    T13Cameron Tringale$142,500
    T13Beau Hossler$142,500
    T17Maverick McNealy$110,625
    T17Austin Cook$110,625
    T17Brandon Wu$110,625
    T17Peter Malnati$110,625
    T21Boo Weekley$88,125
    T21Kyle Stanley$88,125
    T23Cameron Champ$67,125
    T23Andy Zhang$67,125
    T23James Hahn$67,125
    T23Ryan Armour$67,125
    T23Kramer Hickok$67,125
    T28Luke List$42,482
    T28Ricky Barnes$42,482
    T28Brendon Todd$42,482
    T28Zac Blair$42,482
    T28Sebastian Munoz$42,482
    T28Michael Gligic$42,482
    T28Nick Watney$42,482
    T28Tyler McCumber$42,482
    T28Robert Streb$42,482
    T28Russell Knox$42,482
    T28Scottie Scheffler$42,482
    T28Matt Every$42,482
    T28Sam Ryder$42,482
    T28Wes Roach$42,482
    T42Martin Laird$28,125
    T42Brice Garnett$28,125
    T42Brian Gay$28,125
    T45Rob Oppenheim$21,825
    T45Ryan Brehm$21,825
    T45Roberto Castro$21,825
    T45D.J. Trahan$21,825
    T45Henrik Norlander$21,825
    T45Lucas Bjerregaard$21,825
    T51Michael Gellerman$18,262
    T51Patrick Rodgers$18,262
    T51Braden Bailey$18,262
    T51Bo Hoag$18,262
    T55Rich Beem$17,400
    T55Ben Taylor$17,400
    T55Mackenzie Hughes$17,400
    T55John Huh$17,400
    T59Dominic Bozzelli$16,950
    T59Rafael Campos$16,950
    T61Russell Henley$16,500
    T61Seamus Power$16,500
    T61Cole Hammer (a)$16,500
    T61Chris Stroud$16,500
    T61J.J. Henry$16,500
    T66Jeremy Gandon$15,900
    T66Shawn Stefani$15,900
    T66Sebastian Cappelen$15,900
    T66George McNeill$15,900
    T70Graham DeLaet$15,375
    T70Robert Garrigus$15,375
    T70Chandler Phillips$15,375
    73J.J. Spaun$15,075
    T74Joseph Bramlett$14,850
    T74Nelson Lauta Ledesma$14,850
    76Rhein Gibson$14,625
    77Jim Herman$14,475
    78Bill Haas$14,325


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