Amundi Evian Championship 2024: Purse and prize money breakdown

How much will the Evian Championship winner take home? We take a look at the prize money on offer for the 2024 tournament.

The 2024 Amundi Evian Championship kicks off on Thursday 11th July, with 132 players competing for the trophy at the gorgeous Evian Resort Golf Club in Évian-les-Bains, France. 

Celine Boutier won $1 million for her 2023 championship win, with Brooke Henderson taking home $586k for second place. 

In June of 2024, the Amundi Evian Championship announced its dedication to advancing women’s sports, boosting the event’s prize money from $6.5 million in 2023 to $8 million this year. Since its inception in 1994, this major tournament has focused on promoting women’s athletic performance and supporting gender parity. Sponsored by companies like Amundi, Rolex, Danone, and Evian, it aligns with global efforts to elevate women’s tournaments. 

The 5th hole at Evian.

Franck Riboud, Chairman of The Amundi Evian Championship, highlighted the pride in announcing this prize increase on the tournament’s 30th anniversary. With the purse now at $8 million, the winner’s share rises to $1.2 million, marking significant progress towards equality in sports. 

Amundi Evian Championship 2023: Prize money payout

1Celine Boutier-14$1,000,000
2Brooke Henderson-8$585,967
T3Nasa Hataoka-7$283,278
T3A Lim Kim-7$283,278
T3Yuka Saso-7$283,278
T3Celine Borge-7$283,278
T3Gaby Lopez-7$283,278
8Gemma Dryburgh-6$158,805
T9Atthaya Thitikul-5$122,100
T9Rose Zhang-5$122,100
T9Su Ji Kim-5$122,100
T9Megan Khang-5$122,100
T9Nelly Korda-5$122,100
T14Jennifer Kupcho-4$95,922
T14Esther Henseleit-4$95,922
T16Morgane Metraux-3$81,808
T16Linn Grant-3$81,808
T16Stephanie Kyriacou-3$81,808
T16Minjee Lee-3$81,808
T20Min-Ji Park-2$65,045
T20Eun Hee Ji-2$65,045
T20Hyo Joo Kim-2$65,045
T20Alison Lee-2$65,045
T20Anna Nordqvist-2$65,045
T20Ashleigh Buhai-2$65,045
T20Angel Yin-2$65,045
T20Jin Young Ko-2$65,045
T28Johanna Gustavsson-1$47,560
T28Sarah Schmelzel-1$47,560
T28Jodi Ewart Shadoff-1$47,560
T28Wei-Ling Hsu-1$47,560
T28Ariya Jutanugarn-1$47,560
T28Moriya Jutanugarn-1$47,560
T28Sarah Kemp-1$47,560
T28Ryann O’Toole-1$47,560
T36Wichanee MeechaiE$35,610
T36Ayaka FurueE$35,610
T36Georgia HallE$35,610
T36Amy YangE$35,610
T36Peiyun ChienE$35,610
T36In Gee ChunE$35,610
T42Linnea Strom1$27,910
T42Albane Valenzuela1$27,910
T42Aditi Ashok1$27,910
T42Hae Ran Ryu1$27,910
T42Leona Maguire1$27,910
T42Lilia Vu1$27,910
T48Daniela Darquea2$22,649
T48Patty Tavatanakit2$22,649
T48Miyu Yamashita2$22,649
T48Mi Hyang Lee2$22,649
T48Hye-Jin Choi2$22,649
53Minami Katsu3$20,530
T54Allisen Corpuz4$18,607
T54Elizabeth Szokol4$18,607
T54Pauline Roussin4$18,607
T54Jenny Shin4$18,607
T54Ji Yai Shin4$18,607
T59Hinako Shibuno5$16,363
T59Angela Stanford5$16,363
T61Sung Hyun Park6$14,758
T61Cheyenne Knight6$14,758
T61Karis Davidson6$14,758
T61Min Lee6$14,758
T61Lydia Ko6$14,758
T61Stephanie Meadow6$14,758
T61Yan Liu6$14,758
68Paula Reto7$13,472
69Pernilla Lindberg8$13,153
70Emma Talley15$12,834

About the author

Sarah Pyett is the Deputy Digital Editor of

Sarah Pyett – Deputy Digital Editor

Sarah Pyett is the Deputy Digital Editor of She specializes in ladies’ equipment reviews, including driversirons, and golf balls.

After a career in a golf professional shop, and earning a qualification in golf club management, Sarah joined Bauer in 2014 as a Web Producer for Today’s Golfer. She has since worked across multiple brands in a mixture of digital marketing and paid media roles, before returning to focus on golf full-time as Deputy Digital Editor in 2024.

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