Grant Thornton Invitational prize money: How much they all won

Grant Thornton Invitational prize money, payout information: Find out how much champions Jason Day and Lydia Ko claimed for the co-sanctioned event.

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Sun, 10 Dec 2023
Grant Thornton Invitational prize money: How much they all won

Jason Day and Lydia Ko claimed the Grant Thornton Invitational. 

The tournament was the first co-sanctioned event between the PGA, LPGA Tour since 1999. It has replaced the QBE Shootout. 

Day and Ko, both former world number one players, won by one stroke on 26-under over the Canadian duo Brooke Henderson and Corey Conners. 

Sweden's Madelene Sagstrom, playing alongside European Ryder Cup rookie Ludvig Aberg, finished third. 

Charley Hull and Justin Rose finished T-9 in the field, which comprised of 16 teams. 

Day and Ko picked up the top prize of $1,000,000. 

GolfMagic has listed all of the prize money information below so you can see just how each team won. 

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Grant Thornton Invitational prize money

WIN - Lydia Ko/Jason Day, -26 under: $1,000,000

2. Brooke Henderson/Corey Conners, -25: $560,000

3. Madelene Sagstrom/Ludvig Aberg, -24: $330,000

T4. Tony Finau/Nelly Korda, Megan Khang/Denny McCarthy; -23 $232,500

T6. Leona Maguire/Lucas Glover, Lexi Thompson/Rickie Fowler; -22: $185,000 

8. Angel Yin/Nick Taylor, -21: $170,000

T9. Rose Zhang/Sahith Theegala, Lilia Vu/Joel Dahmen, Charley Hull/Justin Rose; -20: $151,666.67

12. Celine Boutier/Harris English, -19: $140,000

13. Mel Reid/Russell Henley, -16: $135,000

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