Scottie Scheffler’s Earnings on the PGA Tour Reach New Heights in 2024

Scottie Scheffler earnings

DALLAS — As of now, Dallas golfer Scottie Scheffler has earned a staggering $27,696,858 on the PGA Tour this year, and he still has up to nine more events to increase his total, including The Open Championship in Scotland.

Back in April, Scheffler, the world’s No. 1 golfer, had already earned around $16 million in just 43 days with four wins and a second-place finish. His impressive earnings are a testament to his dominance and the lucrative purses of the top events he’s been winning consistently.

Scheffler, who just turned 28, celebrated his birthday week with a playoff victory at The Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Conn., marking his sixth tournament win of the year. Earlier in June, he won The Memorial Tournament before finishing in a tie for 41st at the U.S. Open.

In 2024, Scheffler has participated in 15 events, winning six, finishing runner-up twice, and making the top 10 in 13 tournaments. His earnings average $1.8 million per tournament and $460,000 per round.

Scheffler’s 2024 earnings have already surpassed his record-breaking $21 million from last year. The next highest earner on the Tour this year is Xander Schauffele with $12,636,360, followed by Rory McIlroy at $10,034,665.

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Scheffler’s year has been eventful beyond his winnings. In April, he won The Masters while on standby for the birth of his son, Bennett, who was born in May. Shortly after, Scheffler faced and cleared charges from an incident at the PGA Championship. More recently, climate protesters disrupted his tournament-winning putt attempt at The Travelers Championship, which he eventually won in a playoff.

Scheffler remains the clear No. 1 player in the world in 2024, with Data Golf ranking him comfortably ahead of Schauffele, McIlroy, Collin Morikawa, Ludvig Aberg, and Bryson DeChambeau.

With nine more tournaments to go, including the FedEx Cup Playoffs starting in August, Scheffler’s remarkable season is far from over.

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