The Houston Open is taking up a new spot in the PGA Tour schedule having been absent in the 2018-19 season. So let’s take a look at the 2019 Houston Open prize money.
Ian Poulter won the last renewal of the event and secured a spot in the following week’s Masters but he is skipping his defence to play in the Italian Open.
The Englishman pocketed a tidy $1,260,00 as well as his Masters invite for the win, but this year’s winner will be even wealthier.
Henrik Stenson heads the field but there are plenty in the field who have enjoyed success here in the past like Russell Henley and Daniel Berger.
Here’s a breakdown of the 2019 Houston Open prize money.
2019 Houston Open prize money
Total prize purse: €7.5 million
Winner’s share: €1,350,000
The full breakdown of the 2019 Houston Open prize money will appear here following the conclusion of play on Sunday.
Previous Houston Open prize money
2018: Ian Poulter, $7,000,000/$1,260,000
2017: Russell Henley, $7,000,000/$1,260,000
2016: Jim Herman, $6,800,000/$1,224,000
2015: JB Holmes, $6,600,000/$1,188,000
2014: Matt Jones, $6,400,000/$1,115,200
Source: National Club Golf