Collin Morikawa: How much did the American win after clinching Euro finale?

An emotional 24-year-old golf phenom broke down after claiming the Race to Dubai and this is how much money he won. 

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Sun, 21 Nov 2021

Collin Morikawa: How much did the American win after clinching Euro finale?

Collin Morikawa had millions of reasons to smile after he putted out at Jumeirah Golf Estates.

The 24-year-old won €2.6 million for winning the DP World Tour Championship and an €1 million bonus for winning the Race to Dubai. 

It marked his third win of the year to go along with the 149th Open Championship at Royal St George's. 

He also picked up the WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession. 

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Not to mention the fact in 2020 he won the PGA Championship. And he's not even 25.

Morikawa provided a Tiger Woods style chase on Sunday as Matthew Fitzpatrick ran out of holes and Rory McIlroy blew up.  

Emotional Morikawa teared up as he was awarded his titles, referencing his late grandfather. 

This was the final event under the moniker of the European Tour. 

From 2022 it will be rebranded as the DP World Tour. Over the season, the prize purses will be north of $200 million. 

This is how much was won at the DP World Tour Championship:

Collin Morikawa, -17, €2,640,975

Alexander Bjork, -14, €776,886.81

Matt Fitzpatrick, -14, €776,886.81

Nicolai Hojgaard, -13, €314,716.19

Robert MacIntyre, -13, €314,716.19

Dean Burmester, -12, €199,246.89

Rory McIlroy, -12, €199,246.89

Ian Poulter, -12, €199,246.89

Adri Arnaus, -11, €110,554.15

Paul Casey, -11, €110,554.15

John Catlin, -11, €110,554.15

Joachim B. Hansen, -11, €110,554.15

Sam Horsfield, -11, €110,554.15

Shane Lowry, -11, €110,554.15

Thomas Pieters, -10, €84,951.36

Marcus Armitage, -9, €75,355.82

Grant Forrest, -9, €75,355.82

Sergio Garcia, -9, €75,355.82

Tyrrell Hatton, -9, €75,355.82

Min Woo Lee, -9, €75,355.82

Thomas Detry, -8, €61,769.47

Lucas Herbert, -8, €61,769.47

Garrick Higgo, -8, €61,769.47

Jason Scrivener, -8, €61,769.47

Johannes, Veerman, -8, €61,769.47

Jeff Winther, -8, €61,769.47

Abraham Ancer, -7, €51,939.17

Laurie Canter, -7, €51,939.17

Tommy Fleetwood, -7, €51,939.17

Rasmus Hojgaard, -7, €51,939.17

Joakim Lagergren, -7, €51,939.17

Christiaan Bezuidenhout, -6, €44,016.25

Billy Horschel, -6, €44,016.25

Martin Kaymer, -6, €44,016.25

Adrian Meronk, -6, €44,016.25

Patrick Reed, -6, €44,016.25

Guido Migliozzi, -5, €39,394.54

Will Zalatoris, -5, €39,394.54

Rafa Cabrera Bello, -4, €34,772.84

Sean Crocker, -4, €34,772.84

Jamie Donaldson, -4, €34,772.84

Antoine Rozner, -4, €34,772.84

Danny Willett, -4, €34,772.84

Maximilian Kieffer, -3, €30,811.37

Richard Bland, -2, €29,931.05

Francesco Laporta, -1, €28,610.56

Victor Perez, -1, €28,610.56

Masahiro Kawamura, E, €27,290.07

Bernd Wiesberger, +2, €26,409.75

Justin Harding, +3, €25,969.59

James Morrison, +4, €25,529.42

Tapio Pulkkanen, +5,€25,089.26

WD: Calum Hill, €24,649.10

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