LPGA - Total Prize Money Awarded in Past Years

Total Prize Money Awarded in Past Years

Season Total
purse ($)
2010 41,400,000
2000 38,500,000
1990 17,100,000
1980 5,150,000
1970 435,040
1960 186,700
1950 50,000

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