How much prize money does the winner get at the World Wide Technology Championship?
Golfers are competing this week for a nice purse as well as FedExCup points at a course designed by Tiger Woods in Los Cabos, Mexico.
El Cardonal at Diamante course is designed by Tiger and is a long, par-72, resort-style course located in Los Cabos, Mexico. Europe’s Ryder Cup star rookie Ludvig Aberg will be leading a field of golfers who are looking to earn some big bucs and important FedExCup points to get a running start into the 2024 season.
Besides the up-and-coming Swede, some of the other top names playing in Mexico this week are Lucas Glover, Cameron Young, Sahith Theegala and Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo.
Maybe not favorites to win, but there are some crowd favorites playing south of the border this week too: Michael Block, the PGA Championship Cinderella story, also known as ‘Block Party’ will be playing. Another popular golfer will be teeing it up on Thursday and Friday (and hopefully throughout the weekend), Joel Dahmen, from the Netflix docuseries ‘Full Swing’ and his good friend and caddie Gino Bonnalie look to get hot in Mexico and put on a show for the fans.
It’s not the Masters or the British Open, but it is PGA golf in November and the fans will be sure to follow the action this weekend.
World Wide Technology prize money
The $8.2 million purse will be distributed as follows for the top-10 finishers:
As we said before, it’s not only about the money as players are competing for standings, FedExCup points and invitations to other important PGA events. There is a lot on the line this week and on top of all of that, this is the first PGA event played on a golf course designed by Tiger Woods.