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2024 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters: Prize Money Breakdown and Winner’s Payout

While the PGA Tour struggles through the weather at the TPC Scottsdale, its counterpart and ally is nearing its Middle-Eastern end in Qatar. In just a few hours, the winner of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters will be announced and he will be taking home a six-figure check.

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However, the prize purse of this year’s event is comparatively lower than last year’s, and thus, the winner will be getting less money than the defending champion, Sami Valimaki, though there are extra perks that were not available for the past season.

What’s at stake at the 2024 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters?

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The Commercial Bank Qatar Masters is the last stop for the international swing before it moves to South Africa for the Magical Kenya Open in the coming weeks. It started on February 8th, and through the second-day cut, only 77 players qualified for the last two rounds.

The Qatar Masters boasts prize money of $2.5 million, which is $1.25 million less than last year. The winner will get a 17% cut from the total prize pool, while the first runner-up will get an 11% cut, and the bottom of the table will receive $4,750. Moreover, the event winner will get a chance to earn the $200,000 bonus given to the International Swing winner.

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Prize money breakdown: 

1st $425,000
2nd $275,000
3rd $157,500
4th $125,000
5th $105,000
6th $87,500
7th $75,000
8th $62,500
9th $56,000
10th $50,000
11th $46,000
12th $43,000
13th $40,250
14th $38,250
15th $36,750
16th $35,250
17th $33,750
18th $32,250
19th $31,000
20th $30,000
21st $39,000
22nd $28,250
23rd $27,500
24th $26,750
25th $26,000
26th $25,250
27th $24,500
28th $23,750
29th $23,000
30th $22,250
31st $21,500
32nd $20,750
33rd $20,000
34th $19,250
35th $18,500
36th $17,750
37th $17,250
38th $16,750
39th $16,250
40th $15,750
41st $15,250
42nd $14,750
43rd $14,250
44th $13,750
45th $13,250
46th $12,750
47th $12,250
48th $11,750
49th $11,250
50th $10,760
51st $10,250
52nd $9,750
53rd $9,250
54th $8,750
55th $8,500
56th $8,250
57th $8,000
58th $7,750
59th $7,500
60th $7,250
61st $7,000
62nd $6,750
63rd $6,500
64th $6,250
65th $6,000
66th $5,750
67th $5,500
68th $5,250
69th $5,000
70th $4,750

Other than this, there are 3000 Race to Dubai Rankings points up for grabs for the field, out of which the winner will get 500 points. The winner will also be eligible for the Rolex Series event, the Genesis Scottish Open, and all of the Back 9 events, starting in October with the Betfred British Masters. Moreover, a $1 million prize pool is kept for the top 10 players on the Race to Dubai Rankings at the end of the Global Swings.

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Who could be a potential winner in Doha?

The top three who are closer to winning the Qatar Masters are Ugo Coussad with 12 and under, following his 71-68-67, with one bogey and three birdies till now. The other two who could take it home are Japanese golfer Rikuya Hoshino and Scottish golfer Scott Jamieson.

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At solo fourth is Tom McKibbin as of now, with former event winner Antoine Rozner and last year’s runner-up Jorge Campillo cutting in close at T6 and T5 respectively. The defending champion, Sami Valimaki, is currently playing and trying his lunch on the PGA Tour at the Phoenix Open. Who will come out as the winner? Stay tuned to find out!

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