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Hero Indian Open Prize Money Payout 2024 – $2.25m Available

Marcel Siem with the Hero Indian Open trophy following his victory in 2023

The DP World Tour heads to India for the second event of the Asian Swing section of the season at DLF Golf and Country Club.

Last year, German Marcel Siem won his first DP World Tour title in over eight years with a one-shot victory over compatriot Yannik Paul to claim $340,000 of the $2m payout. 

Siem is not defending his title at this week’s event, but there is a place for Paul, who is looking for his second DP World Tour win after victory at the 2022 Mallorca Golf Open.

Marcel Siem won the title in 2023, but he’s not returning to defend it

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If he achieves it he will benefit from an increased purse at this year’s event, with the prize fund standing at $2.25m – a record for the tournament. Of that, the winner will claim $382,500, while the runner-up will bank $247,500.


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