CT Pan's bronze medal performance at the Men's Olympic Golf Tournament in Tokyo last week has landed him five million New Taiwan dollars, which is the equivalent of $179,000.
According to Forbes, Chinese Taipei has the second highest payment structure of all countries competing at the Olympic Games.
The country offers a whopping 20 million New Taiwan dollars for a gold medal, which equates to $716,000.
Pan came through a seven-man playoff that included the likes of home favourite Hideki Matsuyama, Ireland's Rory McIlroy and Team USA's Collin Morikawa in order to seal his bronze medal.
While you can't put a financial figure on winning an Olympic medal, the $179,000 prize for Pan does at least mark his second biggest payday of the season.
Pan's best result this year was a tie for third place finish at the Honda Classic when he took away $320,600.
Only Singapore offers more money at the Olympic Games, with 1 million Singapore dollars up for grabs for anyone returning with a gold medal. That equates to $738,000.
How left out Xander Schauffele must feel after having only received $37,000 from the United States for his Olympic gold medal.
Pan finds himself in 116th in the PGA Tour's season-long FedEx Cup race, where the top 125 qualify for THE NORTHERN TRUST, the first Playoffs tournament from August 19 to 22.