Highest placing professional wins the amateurs prize money.
The proffesional player who finishes 2nd wins the top prize.
An amateur can only win $500 or £250, anything over this they aren't allowed to collect it.
Whoever finishes runner up to him will get all the first place money and the second place money.
No they cannot. If they accept money they are no longer considered an amateur.
Yes, an amateur would win the Claret Jug if he won the Open Champoinship. However, he would not win the prize money, as that would contavene his amateur status
The player(s) in second place the money divided between them, plus the money the receive for their finish.
If the player and the dealer have the same hand no one wins it is called a push, you keep your money.
When an amateur wins a professional event, the organisers will give the prize money for 1st place to the 2nd placed competitor, and 2nd place prize money to 3rd placed and so on.
If you are going to keep on being so amateur they are not going to hire us. Stop being so amateur!
No, a term of accepting the sponsors invite is that he doesn't receive any official money, so no, he receives none of the tournament purse.