The Quicken Loans National 2014 at Congressional Country Club, Bethesda, Maryland, is next up on the PGA Tour Schedule for 2014.

The 2014 Quicken Loans National golf tournament is a new event and has a total purse of $6.5 million.

The inaugural winner of the Quicken Loans National event shall collect a check for $1,170,000 in golf prize money.

This event used to be known as the AT&T event, and this will continue to raise funds for the Tiger Woods Foundation under the new sponsorship.

We shall be providing full coverage of this PGA Tour event, to include the publication of all the latest golf news, tee times, pairings, blogs, draws, purse, scores, photos, videos, prize money, results &c.

A full breakdown of 2014 Quicken Loans National golf prize money shall be published in due course. To access golf prize money from this event, all other PGA Tour events and from the main tours, please click on the below link.

>Golf Prize money

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