How much money does Rahm take to win the Irish Open?

The Basque accesses a succulent boot of seven figures with his second victory in the Irish tournament, of the Rolex Series of the European Tour.


Jon Rahm conquered his second Irish Open on Sunday. And his victory will come with a succulent economic booty. The Irish Open is in the group of the most powerful tournaments of the European Tour, the Rolex Series, and distributes a total of seven million dollars (6,235,626 euros) in prizes. From that cake, Rahm obviously gets the biggest portion. And it is seven figures: the Lion of Barrika will receive about 1,034,478 euros.

You will not be the only one who will receive a rain of bills. The Englishman Andy Sullivan and the Austrian Bernd Wiesberger, seconds, will play at 539,100 euros per head approximately. Spanish Cabrera Bello and Englishmen Pepperell and Robert Rock, fourth, will take 263.586 euros, another Spaniard, Campillo, and another Englishman, Waring, 170.690 as seventh, and Malay Gavin Green, German Martin Kaymer, South African Zander Lombard, Frenchman Lorenzo-Vera and Italian Edoardo Molinari, 116,814 as ninth.



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