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The total 2014 Scottish Open Golf Prizemoney is £3,000,000 with a 1st prize payout of $752,804which is earned by the new champion from the total golf purse.

We shall be publishing the 2014 Scottish Open Prize money Breakdown in due course, so please stay tuned into GolfblogspottUK.

Meantime, to give you an indication of what sort of golf prizemoney shall be paid out, the total purse is the same as the 2013 Scottish Open. The 2013 Scottish Open Payouts read as follows.

Scottish Open 2013 Prize Money Breakdown:-

1st. Phil Mickelson – Prize Money: $752,804
2nd. Branden Grace – Prize Money: $501,864
3rd. JB Hansen – Prize Money: $254,297
3rd. Henrik Stenson – Prize Money: $254,297
5th. Martin Laird – Prize Money: $161,702
5th. Gareth Maybin – Prize Money: $161,702
5th. John Parry – Prize Money: $161,702
8th. Nicolas Colsaerts – Prize Money: $107,049
8th. Raphael Jacquelin – Prize Money: $107,049
10th. Marcel Siem – Prize Money: $86,723
10th. Peter Uihlein – Prize Money: $86,723
12th. Chris Doak – Prize Money: $69,921
12th. Simon Dyson – Prize Money: $69,921
12th. Brooks Koepka – Prize Money: $69,921
12th. Hennie Otto – Prize Money: $69,921
12th. Eddie Pepperell – Prize Money: $69,921
17th. Seve Benson – Prize Money: $54,653
17th. Victor Dubuisson – Prize Money: $54,653
17th. Tommy Fleetwood – Prize Money: $54,653
17th. Lorenzo Gagli – Prize Money: $54,653
17th. Ricardo Gonzalez – Prize Money: $54,653
17th. Simon Khan – Prize Money: $54,653
17th. David Lynn – Prize Money: $54,653
24th. Paul Casey – Prize Money: $44,265
24th. Ross Fisher – Prize Money: $44,265
24th. David Horsey – Prize Money: $44,265
24th. Joakim Lagergren – Prize Money: $44,265
24th. Morten Madsen – Prize Money: $44,265
24th. Paul McGinley – Prize Money: $44,265
24th. Alvaro Quiros – Prize Money: $44,265
31st. Richard Bland – Prize Money: $35,166
31st. Mikko Ilonen – Prize Money: $35,166
31st. Soren Kjeldsen – Prize Money: $35,166
31st. Shane Lowry – Prize Money: $35,166
31st. Chris Paisley – Prize Money: $35,166
31st. Richard Sterne – Prize Money: $35,166
31st. Bernd Wiesberger – Prize Money: $35,166
38th. Kiradech Aphibarnrat – Prize Money: $29,812
38th. Matteo Delpodio – Prize Money: $29,812
38th. Garth Mulroy – Prize Money: $29,812
38th. Marc Warren – Prize Money: $29,812
42nd. Jorge Campillo – Prize Money: $24,843
42nd. Robert-Jan Derksen – Prize Money: $24,843
42nd. David Howell – Prize Money: $24,843
42nd. Greig Hutcheon – Prize Money: $24,843
42nd. Chris Lloyd – Prize Money: $24,843
42nd. Damien McGrane – Prize Money: $24,843
42nd. Francesco Molinari – Prize Money: $24,843
49th. Matthew Baldwin – Prize Money: $18,067
49th. Gregory Bourdy – Prize Money: $18,067
49th. David Drysdale – Prize Money: $18,067
49th. Johan Edfors – Prize Money: $18,067
49th. Keith Horne – Prize Money: $18,067
49th. Paul Lawrie – Prize Money: $18,067
49th. Sam Little – Prize Money: $18,067
49th. James Morrison – Prize Money: $18,067
57th. Alejandro Canizares – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Niclas Fasth – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Darren Fichardt – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Richard Green – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Scott Henry – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Matteo Manassero – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Matthew Southgate – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Jaco Van Zyl – Prize Money: $12,195
57th. Chris Wood – Prize Money: $12,195
66th. Thongchai Jaidee – Prize Money: $9,937
67th. Thorbjorn Olesen – Prize Money: $9,485
68th. Craig Lee – Prize Money: $9,034
69th. Lee Slattery – Prize Money: $8,583

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Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

The GolfblogspotUK website is owned and run by former Walker Cup player and European Tour card holder, Graham J Gordon, from Scotland, the Home of Golf. The owner is a golf fanatic who had to retire early from competitive tour play due to a back injury that required surgery. Graham wishes to share his knowledge and own experiences of the game with the GolfblogspotUK community and to receive your feedback on all aspects of the sport. Graham has been playing the game for over 20 years and received a great deal of pleasure from the sport. He has met several friends and visited many different places around the world, thanks to playing the great game of golf. Time to put a little back into the game to help others.

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