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Cognizant Founders Cup Prize Money

Cognizant Founders Cup prize money
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Cognizant Founders Cup is a female professional golf competition which is sponsored by the Cognizant. The competition will be held from 11 May to 14 May 2023 at Clifton, New Jersey.

This tournament is part of the LPGA tour. The event was first time held in 2011, and Minjee Lee is the previous contest champion. The prize money for the 2023 Cognizant Founders Cup has been revealed.

Cognizant Founders Cup Prize Money

The $3 million total prize fund will distribute among the golfers in the Cognizant Founders Cup 2023. There is no change in the total purse this year compared to last year. The event’s total payout will be split between the top 65 golfers. 

The Cognizant Founders Cup winner will receive a $450k prize share from the total purse. Whearse the the runner-up of the event will make a nice amount of $282,977.

The semi-finalist of the Founders Cup will earn a $205k payout. The 4th place golfer will get a handsome payout of $158k. The 65th-place player will take a $6,970 prize share.

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Rank Payout
1 $450,000
2 $282,977
3 $205,279
4 $158,799
5 $127,815
6 $104,577
7 $87,535
8 $76,690
9 $68,943
10 $62,746
11 $58,097
12 $54,223
13 $50,815
14 $47,717
15 $44,928
16 $42,449
17 $40,282
18 $38,422
19 $36,873
20 $35,633
21 $34,395
22 $33,154
23 $31,917
24 $30,675
25 $29,592
26 $28,509
27 $27,422
28 $26,337
29 $25,253
30 $24,324
31 $23,393
32 $22,464
33 $21,535
34 $20,604
35 $19,831
36 $19,056
37 $18,283
38 $17,506
39 $16,731
40 $16,113
41 $15,494
42 $14,875
43 $14,253
44 $13,634
45 $13,169
46 $12,703
47 $12,238
48 $11,774
49 $11,309
50 $10,845
51 $10,536
52 $10,226
53 $9,914
54 $9,607
55 $9,295
56 $8,985
57 $8,676
58 $8,366
59 $8,057
60 $7,747
61 $7,593
62 $7,435
63 $7,282
64 $7,128
65 $6,970

Cognizant Founders Cup Prize Money

Year Total Payout
2023 $3 million
2022 $3 million
2021 $3 million
2020 Not Held
2019 $1.5 million
2018 $1.5 million
2017 $1.5 million
2016 $1.5 million
2015 $1.5 million
2014 $1.5 million
2013 $1.5 million
2012 $1.5 million
2011 $1 million
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