How much money does Justin Thomas take to win The Players?

The American accesses the juiciest check of the 15 million at stake, one of the largest jackpots on the PGA circuit. Rahm and Sergio Garcia get another good slice.


Justin Thomas' first win at The Players, the 14th of his career on the PGA Tour at just 24 years old, in addition to a catharsis from the player's recent problems, is accompanied by one of the juiciest checks ever made. in play annually on the circuit.

The Kentucky one takes 2.7 of the 15 million dollars of the pot, slightly more than 2.25 million euros. Thomas has already traded this year more than 5.3 million dollars (more than 4.4 euros). No one has made more money than him so far this season.

For their part, Jon Rahm and Sergio García, who were in ninth position adding another top-10 to their also prolific careers, have another considerable check, although this does not reach seven figures. They are entitled to six, specifically $ 339,375, which at the change represents just over 284,000 euros. Lee Westwood, who finished second, is awarded 1.63 million dollars (1.36 euros) and Bryson DeChambeau and Brian Harman, third, 885,000 dollars (740,000 euros) each.

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