DP World Tour Championship 2022: How much Jon Rahm and others won in Dubai

This is how much every player earned as Jon Rahm claimed the 2022 DP World Tour Championship on the Earth Course at Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates.

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Sun, 20 Nov 2022
DP World Tour Championship 2022: How much Jon Rahm and others won in Dubai

The 2021/2022 DP World Tour season came to a close in dramatic fashion as Jon Rahm held off a host of European Ryder Cup hopefuls in Dubai. 

Spaniard Rahm came into the final round with a one-stroke lead but raced out of the blocks with three opening birdies on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates. 

By day's end, Rahm finished two shots clear of England's Tyrrell Hatton and Sweden's Alex Noren

Former World No.1 Rahm truly has a love affair with this course as he picked up his third win.

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His victory this week also marked the fifth occasion that he has won a Rolex Series event. No other player has achieved this feat.  

At the beginning of the final round current World No.1 Rory McIlroy had hopes of trying to chase down Rahm but in the end had to settle for finishing fourth. 

But McIlroy did pick up the other prize on offer. 

McIlroy finished top of the DP World Tour Rankings for the fourth time.

It capped off a remarkable calendar year. 

McIlroy will spend his Christmas as the:

  • European No.1
  • World No.1
  • FedEx Cup Champion

Rahm said of his victory:

"Hopefully people can stop telling me that it was a bad year. Three wins world wild, three wins in three different continents, yeah, it wasn't a major championship but it's still a really, really good season. You know, had a second boy this year, a lot of changes at home -- it also helps. I got a lot of videos from my kids back home laughing and doing things.
"I do draw from some memories. Kelley sent me a video of our youngest when he was clapping, and that's what I was thinking on the last few holes, hopefully try to make him clap a little bit more." 

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It was a good year for Rahm, and he has earned a huge amount of money.

The prize purse for the 2022 DP World Tour Championship was €10m, meaning the Spaniard picked up a cheque for €2,891,271.00. 

You can scroll down to see how much EVERY player won in Dubai. 

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2022 DP World Tour Championship payout info

WIN: Jon Rahm - €2,891,271.00

Tyrrell Hatton: €1,007,126.06

Alex Noren: €1,007,126.06

Rory McIlroy: €452,965.79

Matthew Fitzpatrick: €332,014.29

Tommy Fleetwood: €332,014.29

Rasmus Hojgaard: €233,711.07

Adrian Meronk: €233,711.07

Adri Arnaus: €170,344.05

Jorge Campillo: €170,344.05

Max Kieffer: €143,599.79

Joakin Lagergren: €120,228.69

Min Woo Lee: €120,228.69

Victor Perez: €120,228.69

Connor Syme: €120,228.69

Sam Horsfield: €101,435.42

Adrian Otaegui: €101,435.42

Richie Ramsay: €101,435.42

Ryan Fox: €92,761.6

Gavin Green: €86,336.56

Romain Langasque: €86,336.56

David Law: €86,336.56

Viktor Hovland: €77,100.56

Shane Lowry: €77,100.56

Guido Migliozzi: €77,100.56

Yannik Paul: €77,100.56

Callum Shinkwin: €77,100.56

Richard Mansell: €69,510.97

Ashun Wu: €69,510.97

Haotong Li: €63,005.61

Thorbjorn Olesen: €63,005.61

Jordan Smith: €63,005.61

Paul Waring: €63,005.61

Oliver Bekker: €51,698.68

Rafa Cabrera Bello: €51,698.68

Robert MacIntyre: €51,698.68

Eddie Pepperell: €51,698.68

Antoine Rozner: €51,698.68

Marcel Schneider: €51,698.68

Fabrizio Zanotti: €51,698.68

Thriston Lawrence: €45,296.58

Ewen Ferguson: €43,128.13

Kurt Kitayama: €43,128.13

Richard Bland: €40,236.85

Shubhankar Sharma: €40,236.85

Sebastian Soderberg: €38,068.40

Pablo Larrazabal: €35,899.95

Oliver Wilson: €35,899.95

Matthieu Pavon: €33,731.50

Hurly Long: €32,285.86

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