2020 FedEx Cup prize money: How much each player will win

How much could PGA Tour players earn at the end of the 2020 season? Get a full rundown of the bonus structure here

The 2020 FedEx Cup prize money has been set at a lucrative $60 million, the same money that was on offer in 2019.

The top 150 in the FedEx Cup standings will receive payouts with the eventual winner receiving a staggering $15 million after the conclusion of the Tour Championship.

Despite the Tour Championship counting as an official victory there will be no prize purse set for the event with the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings pocketing their FedEx Cup bonus instead.

If a player qualifies for the Tour Championship but is unable to compete they will receive the prize money for 30th place. No one will replace that player in the field.

The player who lifts the FedEx Cup trophy at the end of the season will also receive a five-year exemption to the PGA Tour.

2020 FedEx Cup prize money

Total bonus purse: $60 million

Winner’s share: $15 million

Then it breaks down as follows…

2nd: $5m
3rd: $4m
4th: $3m
5th: $2.5m
6th: $1.9m
7th: $1.3m
8th: $1.1m
9th: $950k
10th: $830k
11th: $750k
12th: $705k
13th: $660k
14th: $620k
15th: $595k
16th: $570k
17th: $550k
18th: $535k
19th: $520k
20th: $505k
21st: $490k
22nd: $478k
23rd: $466k
24th: $456k
25th: $445k
26th: $435k
27th: $425k
28th: $415k
29th: $405k
30th: $395k

Players who finish below 150th in the 2020 FedEx Cup standings do not receive a bonus from the prize money.

Previous FedEx Cup prize money

The FedEx Cup prize money and total prize purse as been as follows in recent years:

2019: Rory McIlroy, $15 million/$60 million
2018: Justin Rose, $10 million/$35 million
2017: Justin Thomas, $10 million/$35 million

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