Here's What Each Player Will Bank This Week at Zurich Classic's Two-Man Team Event

The Zurich Classic is offering an $8.9 million purse with $1.286 to the winners. Here's the final breakdown of payouts.
Apr 23, 2023; Avondale, Louisiana, USA; Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay walk the second
Apr 23, 2023; Avondale, Louisiana, USA; Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay walk the second / Andrew Wevers-USA TODAY Sports

The PGA Tour shifted to southern Louisiana this week for its annual two-man team event. It's offering an $8.9 purse with $1,602,000 to the winning team.

The team of Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry will share that big check, winning on the first playoff hole over Chad Ramey and Martin Trainer. McIlroy was playing the Zurich for the first time, joining up with his Ryder Cup teammate, and won for the 25th time in his PGA Tour career.

Here are the final payouts for the 2024 Zurich Classic.

2024 Zurich Classic Payouts

WIN. Rory McIlroy/Shane Lowry, playoff: $1,602,000

2. Martin Trainer/Chad Ramey, playoff runner-up: $970,100

3. Ryan Brehm/Mark Hubbard, 24 under: $307,050

T4. Garrick Higgo/Ryan Fox, Sam Stevens/Paul Barjon, Nico Echavarria/Max Greyserman, Zac Blair/Patrick Fishburn; 23 under: $356,000

T8. Greyson Sigg/Chesson Hadley, Thomas Detry/Robert MacIntyre; 22 under: $269,225

10. Nick Taylor/Adam Hadwin, 21 under: $242,525

T11. Kelly Kraft/Kevin Tway, Austin Eckroat/Chris Gotterup, Brice Garnett/Sepp Straka, Matt Fitzpatrick/Alex Fitzpatrick, Nick Watney/Charley Hoffman, Corey Conners/Taylor Pendrith, Callum Tarren/David Skinns, K.H. Lee/Michael Kim; 20 under: $173,550

T19. Chandler Phillips/Jacob Bridgeman, Peter Malnati/Russell Knox, Zach Johnson/Ryan Palmer, Luke List/Henrik Norlander; 19 under: $113,574

T23. Kurt Kitayama/Colin Morikawa, Mac Meissner/Austin Smotherman, Patrick Cantlay/Xander Schauffele, Davis Thompson/Andrew Novak, Aaron Rai/David Lipsky; 18 under: $79,334.60

T28. Nick Hardy/Davis Riley, Brandon Wu/James Nicholas, Doug Ghim/Chan Kim, Dylan Wu/Justin Lower, Ben Kohles/Patton Kizzire, Harry Hall/Scott Piercy, Keith Mitchell/Joel Dahmen, Kevin Yu/C.T. Pan; 17 under: $56,681.88

36. Matt Wallace/Thorbjorn Olesen, 16 under: $45,835

37. Ben Taylor/Sean O'Hair, 15 under: $43,610

38. Nate Lashley/Rafael Campos; 14 under: $41,830

39. Vincent Norrman/Jorge Campillo, 13 under: $40,050

40. Chez Reavie/Brandt Snedeker, 9 under: $38,270

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