The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for professional golfers on the PGA Tour at the 2014 Quicken Loans National, which is hosted by Tiger Woods and is being played from Thursday, June 26th to Sunday, June 29, 2014, at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland.
The Quicken Loans National was called the AT&T National for the first seven years it was played from 2007 to 2013. The tournament is hosted by Tiger Woods, and proceeds from the tournament benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation.
For the first time since he had back surgery in late March, Tiger Woods is playing golf on the PGA Tour in the 2014 Quicken Loans National. Tiger had missed both The Masters and the U.S. Open this year, and the TV ratings for those two majors were abysmal.
As a big golf fan, I am pretty happy to see Tiger Woods back in action this week on the PGA Tour at the 2014 Quicken Loans National. Over the first seven years of this tournament, Tiger Woods is the only player to have multiple wins (2009, 2012) with two. The other five winners were K.J. Choi (2007), Anthony Kim (2008), Justin Rose (2008), Nik Watney (2011), and Bill Haas (2013).
The total prize money up for grabs at the 2014 Quicken Loans Nationals is $6.5 million. The same prize money total that was up for grabs last year.
Golf prize money for the 2014 Quicken Loans National hosted by Tiger Woods
- Winner - $1.170 million
- Second Place - $702,000
Second place at the 2014 Quicken Loans National is worth $702,000. That is the same amount of money Roberto Castro earned in 2013 when he finished second here.
- Third Place - $442,000
Third place is worth $442,000. The same amount of money Adam Scott earned here when he finished third here in 2012. D.H. Lee and Jason Kokrak split $754,000, with each player earning $377,000, when they tied for third place here in 2013.
- Fourth Place - $312,000
Fourth place is worth $312,000 at the 2014 Quicken Loans National at Congressional.
- Fifth Place - $260,000
Fifth place at the 2014 Quicken Loans National is worth $260,000 in 2014. The same amount of money earned by Stewart Cink earned when he finished fifth here in 2013.