PGA Tour Prize Money Charts .... Frank's Humble Abode at frankosite2020.com .... Formerly known as frankosport.com
Prize Money Charts
Links herein are blue-colored underlined text. They will re-locate
you to any part of this page, or else open in a new window or tab.

Current 65-place chart       Handling of Ties       Difference Ratio Comparisons

Prize Money - Other Tours
ChampionsKorn FerryEuropean PGALPGA       PGA Tour - Retired


Golf Stuff Page       My Home Page    About Me    Contact Me


PGA Tour Standard 65-Place Distribution
Informally introduced September 15th 2019

SOURCE »»» Page 55 of 2019-20 PGA Tour Player Rules and Regulations (PDF). Use the percentage
figures (not the dollars) to calculate place prizes in most PGA Tour events.

NOTE »»» Not all PGA Tour events use the method shown below. For more information, browse each
listed event on the "Special Tournaments and Events" section of the Golf Stuff Page.

$ 5,000,000 Base Purse ... 1st Prize: 18% / 65-place purse
Divide the 1st prize of the particular event being contested by $ 900,000.
Use the result to multiply individual place prizes shown below.
   1..$ 900,000   21..$ 61,250   41..$ 20,750   61..$ 11,150
   2..$ 545,000   22..$ 56,250   42..$ 19,750   62..$ 11,050
   3..$ 345,000   23..$ 52,250   43..$ 18,750   63..$ 10,950
   4..$ 245,000   24..$ 48,250   44..$ 17,750   64..$ 10,850
   5..$ 205,000   25..$ 44,250   45..$ 16,750   65..$ 10,750

   6..$ 181,250   26..$ 40,250   46..$ 15,750   *** TIE EXAMPLES ***
   7..$ 168,750   27..$ 38,750   47..$ 14,750
   8..$ 156,250   28..$ 37,250   48..$ 13,950   3-way tie, 2nd place
   9..$ 146,250   29..$ 35,750   49..$ 13,250   $ 378,333.33 each
  10..$ 136,250   30..$ 34,250   50..$ 12,850

  11..$ 126,250   31..$ 32,750   51..$ 12,550   7-way tie, 22nd Place
  12..$ 116,250   32..$ 31,250   52..$ 12,250   $ 45,321.42 each
  13..$ 106,250   33..$ 29,750   53..$ 12,050
  14..$  96,250   34..$ 28,500   54..$ 11,850
  15..$  91,250   35..$ 27,250   55..$ 11,750

  16..$  86,250   36..$ 26,000   56..$ 11,650
  17..$  81,250   37..$ 24,750   57..$ 11,550
  18..$  76,250   38..$ 23,750   58..$ 11,450
  19..$  71,250   39..$ 22,750   59..$ 11,350
  20..$  66,250   40..$ 21,750   60..$ 11,250

  When more than 65 pros make the cut, prize payouts would be ...

  66..$ 10,650    70..$ 10,350   74..$ 9,850  ... and so on down to the
  67..$ 10,550    71..$ 10,250   75..$ 9,750      last finishing pro.
  68..$ 10,450    72..$ 10,050   76..$ 9,650
  69..$ 10,350    73..$  9,950   77..$ 9,550


PGA Tour Prize Money: Handling of Ties

Back To Top Of Page

A: Any Position Other Than For First Place

    »» Second Place

    • Two-Way: Sum of $ 545,000 (2nd) + $ 345,000 (3rd) is divided by two for a result of $ 445,000.

    • Three-Way: Sum of $ 545,000 (2nd) + $ 345,000 (3rd) + $ 245,000 (4th) is divided by three for a result
of $ 378,333.33. The player who finishes the final round the earliest will receive an extra penny.

    »» 22nd Place

    • Seven-way: Sum of $ 56,250 (22nd) + $ 52,250 (23rd) + $ 48,250 (24th) + $ 44,250 (25th) + $ 40,250 (26th)
+ 38,750 (27th) + $ 37,250 (28th), a total of $ $ 317,250, is divided by seven for a result of $ 45,321.42.
The six players who finish the final round the earliest each receive an extra penny.

B: For First Place - Championship/Title

    Determined by playoff, either at a fixed-length (3, 4, 5 or 18 holes) or sudden-death.

    The playoff winner always wins first place money, unless he is an amateur, in which case the playoff
    runner-up (if he is a professional) gets the first place money.

    If a playoff has three or more participants, then the winner (if he is a professional) gets first place
    money, while the losers, who are all deemed to be tied for 2nd place, will receive equal money shares
    as is explained in the "Any Position Other Than First Place" section above. Each playoff loser is
    always considered to be tied for second and receives an equal money share, regardless of when
    and where they were eliminated from the playoff.

    If there is a playoff where an amateur wins over two or more professionals, the money is awarded
    to each pro in equal shares. For example, say that an amateur wins over three pros. First ($900,000),
    second ($545,000) and third ($345,000) = $ 1,790,000, which is divided by three for a result of
    $ 596,666.66. The pro who finished the final round ahead of the other two gets two extra pennies.



PGA Tour Prize Money: Difference Ratio Comparisons

Between 1st place and selected lower places in four different prize money distribution methods
used between 1973 and the present day. In each case shown below, the total purse is $ 5,000,000

KFT = Korn Ferry Tour. All others are PGA Tour


Back To Top Of Page
          70-place     | 70-place        | 65-place (KFT) | 65-place

          1973 - 1978  | 1979 - 2018-19  | n/a - present  | 2019-20 - ??

   1st .. $ 1,000,000  | $ 900,000       | $ 900,000      | $ 900,000

   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   2nd .. $ 570,000    | $ 540,000       | $ 540,000      | $ 545,000

           1.754385-1  |  1.666667-1     |  1.666667-1    |  1.651376-1


   3rd .. $ 355,000    | $ 340,000       | $ 340,000      | $ 345,000

           2.816901-1  |  2.647058-1     |  2.647058-1    |  2.608695-1


   4th .. $ 235,000    | $ 240,000       | $ 240,000      | $ 245,000

           4.255319-1  |  3.750000-1     |  3.750000-1    |  3.673469-1


   5th .. $ 205,000    | $ 200,000       | $ 200,000      | $ 205,000

           4.878048-1  |  4.500000-1     |  4.500000-1    |  4.390243-1


  10th .. $ 125,000    | $ 135,000       | $ 135,000      | $ 136,250

           8.000000-1  |  6.666667-1     |  6.666667-1    |  6.605504-1


  20th .. $  60,000    | $  65,000       | $  65,000      | $  66,250

          16.666667-1  | 13.846153-1     | 13.846153-1    | 13.584905-1


  30th .. $  34,000    | $  34,000       | $  34,500      | $  34,250

          29.411764-1  | 26.470588-1     | 26.086956-1    | 26.277372-1


  40th .. $  21,500    | $  21,500       | $  22,000      | $  21,750

          46.511627-1  | 41.860465-1     | 40.909090-1    | 41.379310-1


  50th .. $  12,500    | $  12,600       | $  14,500      | $  12,850

          80.000000-1  | 71.428571-1     | 62.068965-1    | 70.038910-1


  60th .. $  10,000    | $  11,000       | $  13,000      | $  11,250

         100.000000-1  | 81.818181-1     | 69.230769-1    | 80.000000-1


          70th           70th              65th             65th

          $   7,500    | $  10,000       | $  12,500      | $  10,750

         133.333333-1  | 90.000000-1     | 72.000000-1    | 83.720930-1


Champions Tour: Prize Money

Back To Top Of Page
 $ 2,000,000 sample base purse

 15%-1st Place   78-place purse

 Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
 by $ 300,000. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.
 
  1..$ 300,000     21..$ 24,800     41..$  9,800     61..$ 3,400
  2..$ 176,000     22..$ 23,200     42..$  9,400     62..$ 3,200
  3..$ 144,000     23..$ 22,000     43..$  9,000     63..$ 3,000
  4..$ 120,000     24..$ 21,000     44..$  8,600     64..$ 2,800
  5..$  96,000     25..$ 20,000     45..$  8,200     65..$ 2,600

  6..$  80,000     26..$ 19,000     46..$  7,800     66..$ 2,400
  7..$  72,000     27..$ 18,200     47..$  7,400     67..$ 2,200
  8..$  64,000     28..$ 17,400     48..$  7,000     68..$ 2,000
  9..$  56,000     29..$ 16,600     49..$  6,600     69..$ 1,880
 10..$  52,000     30..$ 15,800     50..$  6,200     70..$ 1,760

 11..$  48,000     31..$ 15,000     51..$  5,800     71..$ 1,640
 12..$  44,000     32..$ 14,400     52..$  5,400     72..$ 1,520
 13..$  40,000     33..$ 13,800     53..$  5,000     73..$ 1,400
 14..$  38,000     34..$ 13,200     54..$  4,800     74..$ 1,320
 15..$  36,000     35..$ 12,600     55..$  4,600     75..$ 1,240

 16..$  34,000     36..$ 12,000     56..$  4,400     76..$ 1,160
 17..$  32,000     37..$ 11,400     57..$  4,200     77..$ 1,080
 18..$  30,000     38..$ 11,000     58..$  4,000     78..$ 1,000
 19..$  28,200     39..$ 10,600     59..$  3,800
 20..$  26,400     40..$ 10,200     60..$  3,600


Korn Ferry Tour: Prize Money

Back To Top Of Page
 $ 500,000 Sample Base Purse

 18% 1st Prize   65-place purse

 Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
 by $ 90,000. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.

  1..$ 90,000   21..$ 6,000   41..$ 2,100   61..$ 1,290
  2..$ 54,000   22..$ 5,600   42..$ 2,000   62..$ 1,280
  3..$ 34,000   23..$ 5,200   43..$ 1,900   63..$ 1,270
  4..$ 24,000   24..$ 4,800   44..$ 1,800   64..$ 1,260
  5..$ 20,000   25..$ 4,400   45..$ 1,700   65..$ 1,250

  6..$ 18,000   26..$ 4,165   46..$ 1,600
  7..$ 16,750   27..$ 3,950   47..$ 1,525
  8..$ 15,500   28..$ 3,750   48..$ 1,500
  9..$ 14,500   29..$ 3,600   49..$ 1,475
 10..$ 13,500   30..$ 3,450   50..$ 1,450

 11..$ 12,500   31..$ 3,300   51..$ 1,425   
 12..$ 11,500   32..$ 3,175   52..$ 1,400   *** TIE EXAMPLES ***
 13..$ 10,500   33..$ 3,050   53..$ 1,385   
 14..$  9,500   34..$ 2,925   54..$ 1,370   3-way tie, 2nd Place
 15..$  9,000   35..$ 2,800   55..$ 1,355   $ 37,333.33

 16..$  8,500   36..$ 2,675   56..$ 1,340   7-way tie, 29th Place
 17..$  8,000   37..$ 2,550   57..$ 1,330   $ 3,185.71
 18..$  7,500   38..$ 2,425   58..$ 1,320   
 19..$  7,000   39..$ 2,300   59..$ 1,310   
 20..$  6,500   40..$ 2,200   60..$ 1,300   

 When more than 65 professionals finish 36 / 54 / 72 holes, the worth
 of places below 65th is as follows -- 66th, $ 1,240; 67th, $ 1,230;
 68th, $ 1,220; 69th, $ 1,210; and so on to the last finishing pro.


European PGA Tour: Prize Money

Back To Top Of Page
 NOTE -- This chart is based on information from a European PGA
         Tour season prior to 2008. Actual prize payouts in any
         given event may be different.

 € 1,000,000 sample base purse

 16.67% 1st Prize   70-place purse

 Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
 by $ 166,667. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.

  1..€ 166,667   21..€ 11,600   41..€ 6,300   61..€ 2,700
  2..€ 111,133   22..€ 11,300   42..€ 6,100   62..€ 2,600
  3..€  62,600   23..€ 11,000   43..€ 5,900   63..€ 2,500
  4..€  50,000   24..€ 10,700   44..€ 5,700   64..€ 2,400
  5..€  42,400   25..€ 10,400   45..€ 5,500   65..€ 2,300

  6..€  35,000   26..€ 10,100   46..€ 5,300   66..€ 2,200
  7..€  30,000   27..€  9,800   47..€ 5,100   67..€ 2,100
  8..€  25,000   28..€  9,500   48..€ 4,900   68..€ 2,000
  9..€  22,400   29..€  9,200   49..€ 4,700   69..€ 1,900
 10..€  20,000   30..€  8,900   50..€ 4,500   70..€ 1,800

 11..€  18,400   31..€  8,600   51..€ 4,300   
 12..€  17,200   32..€  8,300   52..€ 4,100
 13..€  16,100   33..€  8,000   53..€ 3,900   
 14..€  15,300   34..€  7,700   54..€ 3,700
 15..€  14,700   35..€  7,500   55..€ 3,500

 16..€  14,100   36..€  7,300   56..€ 3,300   
 17..€  13,500   37..€  7,100   57..€ 3,100   
 18..€  12,900   38..€  6,900   58..€ 3,000
 19..€  12,400   39..€  6,700   59..€ 2,900
 20..€  12,000   40..€  6,500   60..€ 2,800

 Universal Currency Converter
 Converts Euros to Dollars-Pounds-Other


LPGA Tour: Prize Money

Back To Top Of Page
 NOTE: LPGA reserves 6.5% of the total advertised purse
       for administrative purposes

 Total         93.5%
 Advertised    Actual
 -----------------------
 $   800,000 - $   748,000
 $ 1,000,000 - $   935,000    Listing of purses does not
 $ 2,000,000 - $ 1,870,000    include the U.S. Women's
 $ 3,000,000 - $ 2,805,000    Open or any limited field
 $ 4,000,000 - $ 3,740,000    event. Each of those events
 $ 5,000,000 - $ 4,675,000    use an unconventional place
 $ 6,000,000 - $ 5,610,000    prize payout plan.


 Purse of $ 748,000 : 93.5% of $ 800,000 total advertised purse

 Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
 by $ 120,000. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.

  1..$ 120,000   21..$ 8,880   41..$ 4,000   61..$ 1,960
  2..$  73,060   22..$ 8,560   42..$ 3,840   62..$ 1,920
  3..$  53,000   23..$ 8,240   43..$ 3,680   63..$ 1,880
  4..$  41,000   24..$ 7,920   44..$ 3,520   64..$ 1,840
  5..$  33,000   25..$ 7,640   45..$ 3,400   65..$ 1,800

  6..$  27,000   26..$ 7,360   46..$ 3,280   66..$ 1,760
  7..$  22,600   27..$ 7,080   47..$ 3,160   67..$ 1,720
  8..$  19,800   28..$ 6,800   48..$ 3,040   68..$ 1,680
  9..$  17,800   29..$ 6,520   49..$ 2,920   69..$ 1,640
 10..$  16,200   30..$ 6,280   50..$ 2,800   70..$ 1,600

 11..$  15,000   31..$ 6,040   51..$ 2,720   71..$ 1,580
 12..$  14,000   32..$ 5,800   52..$ 2,640   72..$ 1,560
 13..$  13,120   33..$ 5,560   53..$ 2,560   73..$ 1,540
 14..$  12,320   34..$ 5,320   54..$ 2,480   74..$ 1,520
 15..$  11,600   35..$ 5,120   55..$ 2,400   75..$ 1,500

 16..$  10,960   36..$ 4,920   56..$ 2,320
 17..$  10,400   37..$ 4,720   57..$ 2,240   75-place purse
 18..$   9,920   38..$ 4,520   58..$ 2,160
 19..$   9,520   39..$ 4,320   59..$ 2,080
 20..$   9,200   40..$ 4,160   60..$ 2,000


 NOTE -- The LPGA does not have a reserve fund to dip into when
         more than 75 pros make the cut.   So to compensate,
         money is taken out of existing place prizes. Therefore,
         some individual prize payouts may not be equal to those
         originally projected for a given event.


PGA Tour: Retired Prize Money Distributions

Back To Top Of Page
1964 to 1968 PGA TOUR PURSE DISTRIBUTION

  $ 5,000,000 Base Purse ... 1st Prize: 20% / 50-place purse

  Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
  by $ 1,000,000. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.

  1..$ 1,000,000   11..$ 120,000   21..$ 60,000   31..$ 35,000   41..$ 22,000
  2..$   600,000   12..$ 110,000   22..$ 55,000   32..$ 33,750   42..$ 20,000
  3..$   375,000   13..$ 100,000   23..$ 50,000   33..$ 32,500   43..$ 18,000
  4..$   250,000   14..$  95,000   24..$ 45,000   34..$ 31,250   44..$ 16,000
  5..$   215,000   15..$  90,000   25..$ 42,500   35..$ 30,000   45..$ 14,000

  6..$   190,000   16..$  85,000   26..$ 41,250   36..$ 28,750   46..$ 12,000
  7..$   170,000   17..$  80,000   27..$ 40,000   37..$ 27,500   47..$ 11,500
  8..$   155,000   18..$  75,000   28..$ 38,750   38..$ 26,250   48..$ 11,000
  9..$   140,000   19..$  70,000   29..$ 37,500   39..$ 25,000   49..$ 10,500
 10..$   130,000   20..$  65,000   30..$ 36,250   40..$ 23,750   50..$ 10,000

 Even though the Low 70 and ties would make the 36-hole cut, only those who
 finished all 72 holes among the Low 50 and ties received official money.

 ________________________________________________________________________________

1969 to 1972 PGA TOUR PURSE DISTRIBUTION

  $ 5,000,000 Base Purse ... 1st Prize: 20% / 70-or-more place purse

  Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
  by $ 1,000,000. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.

  1..$ 1,000,000   11..$ 115,000   21..$ 55,000   31..$ 32,500   41..$ 21,000
  2..$   570,000   12..$ 105,000   22..$ 50,000   32..$ 31,000   42..$ 19,500
  3..$   355,000   13..$  95,000   23..$ 47,000   33..$ 30,000   43..$ 18,000
  4..$   235,000   14..$  90,000   24..$ 44,000   34..$ 29,000   44..$ 16,500
  5..$   205,000   15..$  85,000   25..$ 41,500   35..$ 28,000   45..$ 15,000

  6..$   180,000   16..$  80,000   26..$ 40,000   36..$ 27,000   46..$ 14,000
  7..$   160,000   17..$  75,000   27..$ 38,500   37..$ 26,000   47..$ 13,000
  8..$   147,500   18..$  70,000   28..$ 37,000   38..$ 25,000   48..$ 12,000
  9..$   135,000   19..$  65,000   29..$ 35,500   39..$ 24,000   49..$ 11,000
 10..$   125,000   20..$  60,000   30..$ 34,000   40..$ 22,500   50..$ 10,000

 In 1969, the PGA Tour made major changes to its prize money distribution formula.
 Now, anyone among the Low 70 and ties who made the 36-hole cut -AND- finished all
 72 holes would receive official money.

 The $ 200,000 portion (places 51-up) of the $ 5,000,000 purse is divided up by
 the number of professionals beyond the 50th who successfully make the 36-hole cut.


 Number of Pros beyond the 50th ... Equal Shares of $ 200,000
 
 20..$ 10,000.00    26..$ 7,692.30    32..$ 6,250.00    38..$ 5,263.15
 21..$  9,523.81    27..$ 7,407.40    33..$ 6,060.60    39..$ 5,128.20
 22..$  9,090.91    28..$ 7,142.85    34..$ 5,882.35    40..$ 5,000.00
 23..$  8,695.65    29..$ 6,896.55    35..$ 5,714.28    45..$ 4,444.44
 24..$  8,333.33    30..$ 6,666.66    36..$ 5,555.55    50..$ 4,000.00
 25..$  8,000.00    31..$ 6,451.61    37..$ 5,405.40

 ________________________________________________________________________________

1973 to 1978 PGA TOUR PURSE DISTRIBUTION

  $ 5,000,000 Base Purse ... 1st Prize: 20% / 70-place purse

  Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
  by $ 1,000,000. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.

  1..$ 1,000,000   16..$ 80,000   31..$ 32,500   46..$ 15,500   61..$ 9,750
  2..$   570,000   17..$ 75,000   32..$ 31,000   47..$ 14,500   62..$ 9,500
  3..$   355,000   18..$ 70,000   33..$ 29,500   48..$ 13,500   63..$ 9,250
  4..$   235,000   19..$ 65,000   34..$ 28,250   49..$ 13,000   64..$ 9,000
  5..$   205,000   20..$ 60,000   35..$ 27,000   50..$ 12,500   65..$ 8,750

  6..$   180,000   21..$ 55,000   36..$ 25,750   51..$ 12,250   66..$ 8,500
  7..$   160,000   22..$ 50,000   37..$ 24,500   52..$ 12,000   67..$ 8,250
  8..$   147,500   23..$ 47,000   38..$ 23,500   53..$ 11,750   68..$ 8,000
  9..$   135,000   24..$ 44,000   39..$ 22,500   54..$ 11,500   69..$ 7,750
 10..$   125,000   25..$ 41,500   40..$ 21,500   55..$ 11,250   70..$ 7,500

 11..$   115,000   26..$ 40,000   41..$ 20,500   56..$ 11,000
 12..$   105,000   27..$ 38,500   42..$ 19,500   57..$ 10,750
 13..$    95,000   28..$ 37,000   43..$ 18,500   58..$ 10,500
 14..$    90,000   29..$ 35,500   44..$ 17,500   59..$ 10,250
 15..$    85,000   30..$ 34,000   45..$ 16,500   60..$ 10,000

 The PGA Tour revised its distribution formula for 1973 to 1978. The equal
 share payment method for places 51-and-up was eliminated. Only those players
 who finished among the Low 70 and ties would receive official money.

 ________________________________________________________________________________

1979 to 2018-19 PGA TOUR PURSE DISTRIBUTION

  This was the standard distribution method for nearly all official PGA Tour
  events from January 1979 thru September 2019.


  $ 5,000,000 Base Purse ... 1st Prize: 18% / 70-place purse

  Divide the 1st place prize of the particular event being contested
  by $ 900,000. Use the result to multiply individual place prizes.

   1..$ 900,000   21..$ 60,000   41..$ 20,500   61..$ 10,900
   2..$ 540,000   22..$ 56,000   42..$ 19,500   62..$ 10,800
   3..$ 340,000   23..$ 52,000   43..$ 18,500   63..$ 10,700
   4..$ 240,000   24..$ 48,000   44..$ 17,500   64..$ 10,600
   5..$ 200,000   25..$ 44,000   45..$ 16,500   65..$ 10,500

   6..$ 180,000   26..$ 40,000   46..$ 15,500   66..$ 10,400
   7..$ 167,500   27..$ 38,500   47..$ 14,500   67..$ 10,300
   8..$ 155,000   28..$ 37,000   48..$ 13,700   68..$ 10,200
   9..$ 145,000   29..$ 35,500   49..$ 13,000   69..$ 10,100
  10..$ 135,000   30..$ 34,000   50..$ 12,600   70..$ 10,000

  11..$ 125,000   31..$ 32,500   51..$ 12,300
  12..$ 115,000   32..$ 31,000   52..$ 12,000   *** TIE EXAMPLES ***
  13..$ 105,000   33..$ 29,500   53..$ 11,800
  14..$  95,000   34..$ 28,250   54..$ 11,600   3-way tie, Second Place
  15..$  90,000   35..$ 27,000   55..$ 11,500   $ 373,333.34 each

  16..$  85,000   36..$ 25,750   56..$ 11,400   7-way tie, 22nd Place
  17..$  80,000   37..$ 24,500   57..$ 11,300   $ 45,071.43 each
  18..$  75,000   38..$ 23,500   58..$ 11,200
  19..$  70,000   39..$ 22,500   59..$ 11,100
  20..$  65,000   40..$ 21,500   60..$ 11,000


  When more than 70 professionals finish 36 / 54 / 72 holes, the worth
  of places below 70th is as follows -- 71st, $ 9,900; 72nd, $ 9,800;
  73rd, $ 9,700; 74th, $ 9,600; and so on to the last finishing pro.


PGA Tour Prize Money Charts .... Frank's Humble Abode at frankosite2020.com .... Formerly known as frankosport.com
Prize Money Charts
Links herein are blue-colored underlined text. They will re-locate
you to any part of this page, or else open in a new window or tab.

Current 65-place chart       Handling of Ties       Difference Ratio Comparisons

Prize Money - Other Tours
ChampionsKorn FerryEuropean PGALPGA       PGA Tour - Retired


Golf Stuff Page       My Home Page    About Me    Contact Me


Back To The Top Of This Page