Prize money breakdown for the 16 teams at the 2023 Grant Thornton Invitational

NAPLES, Fla. – The inaugural Grant Thornton Invitational featured a $4 million purse, the highest on the LPGA schedule in 2023 outside of the majors and the CME Group Tour Championship. Winners Lydia Ko and Jason Day earned $500,000 each. The money is unofficial.

Ko’s biggest check this season came at the BMW Ladies Championship, where a third-place finish earned her $147,030.

Cheyenne Knight and Tom Hoge finished last in the 16-team field and earned $120,000 each.

This marked the first mixed-team event between the LPGA and PGA Tour since the 1999 JCPenney Classic, won by Laura Davies and John Daly.

Here’s the full purse breakdown from Tiburon Golf Club:

Position

Team

Score

Earnings

1

Lydia Ko / Jason Day

-26

$1,000,000

2

Brooke Henderson / Corey Conners

-25

$560,000

3

Madelene Sagstrom / Ludvig Aberg

-24

$330,000

T-4

Megan Khang / Denny McCarthy

-23

$232,500

T-4

Nelly Korda / Tony Finau

-23

$232,500

T-6

Leona Maguire / Lucas Glover

-22

$185,000

T-6

Lexi Thompson / Rickie Fowler

-22

$185,000

8

Angel Yin / Nick Taylor

-21

$170,000

T-9

Rose Zhang / Sahith Theegala

-20

$151,666

T-9

Lilia Vu / Joel Dahmen

-20

$151,666

T-9

Charley Hull / Justin Rose

-20

$151,666

12

Celine Boutier / Harris English

-19

$140,000

13

Mel Reid / Russell Henley

-16

$135,000

T-14

Andrea Lee / Billy Horschel

-14

$127,500

T-14

Allisen Corpuz / Cameron Champ

-14

$127,500

16

Cheyenne Knight / Tom Hoge

-13

$120,000

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek