2022 Scottish Open Payout, Field & History

Adam Taylor McKillop
Min Woo Lee is the defending champion at the Scottish Open.
Min Woo Lee is the defending champion at the Scottish Open. / Kyle Terada-Augusta Chronicle/USA TODAY

In one of the strongest non-major fields on tour, players are traveling to The Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland for the 2022 Genesis Scottish Open starting on Thursday, July 7.

2022 Scottish Open Payout

The total value of the purse for the 2022 Scottish Open has been set to $8 million, nearly $1 million higher than in 2021, with the winner set to receive $1.44 million.

That $1.44 million is also higher than any previous payouts and the highest in Scottish Open history. The previous high is from the 2021 winner, Min Woo Lee earned $1.33 million for his win.

Scottish Open Field

The field for the Scottish Open can be found at this link. Min Woo Lee is the defending champion of this event.

Scottish Open Payout History

The winner of the Scottish Open has received over $1 million since 2017, but this year's top payout of $1.44 million will be a new record for the highest in tournament history.

Below is a list of Scottish Open winners and their payouts dating back the last 10 tournaments.

1. 2021 - Min Woo Lee ($1.33 million)

2. 2020 - Aaron Rai ($1.17 million)

3. 2019 - Bernd Wiesberger ($1.17 million)

4. 2018 - Brandon Stone ($1.17 million)

5. 2017 - Rafa Cabrera-Bello ($1.17 million)

6. 2016 - Alex Noren ($541,668)

7. 2015 - Rickie Fowler ($541,668)

8. 2014 - Justin Rose ($500,000)

9. 2013 - Phil Mickelson ($500,000)

10. 2012 - Jeev Milkha Singh ($416,668)

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