The following is a list of the golf prize money up for grabs for women LPGA Tour members at the 2014 Kingsmill Classic, which is being played from May 15th to May 18, 2014, on the River Course at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The Kingsmill Championship was played from 2003 to 2009 with Michelob as the primary sponsor. The tournament then took a two-year hiatus before it returned in 2012 with JTBC as the primary sponsor.
Some of the greatest women golfers in LPGA history have won this tournament. Cristie Kerr is the only woman to date to win the Kingsmill Championship more than once, and Cristie has won here three times including last year (Cristie's other two wins were in 2005 and 2009).
Other notable winners include Grace Park (2003), Se Ri Pak (2004), Karrie Webb (2006), Suzann Pettersen (2007), Anika Sorenstam (2008), and Jiyai Shin (2012). Combined, the seven women golfers who have won this tournament have won 185 times on the LPGA Tour, and won 30 majors.
The field at the 2014 Kingsmill Championship includes most of the previous winners like red-hot Suzanne Pettersen. Other hot LPGA players here this week include Natalie Gulbis, Paula Creamer and Lexi Thompson. Click on each name for hot photos of that player.
Total prize money at the 2014 Kingsmill Championship is $1.3 million. The same amount as last year.
Golf prize money up for grabs for women players at 2014 Kingsmill Championship on LPGA Tour
- Winner - $195,000
The winner of the 2014 Kingsmill Championship will earn a cool $195,000. The same amount of money that Cristie Kerr earned here last year when she won the 2013 Kingsmill Championship in a playoff.
- Second Place - $120,000
The second place finisher will earn $120,000. Roughly the same amount of money Suzann Pettersen earned here last year with her second place finish.
- Third Place - $87,000
Third place is worth roughly $87,000 at the 2014 Kingsmill Championship.
- Fourth Place - $67,000
Fourth place is worth roughly $67,00.
- Fifth Place - $53,000
Fifth place is worth roughly $53,000 in 2014 at the Kingsmill Championship.