Here’s how much money each player made at the Masters

Here’s how much money each player made at the Masters

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This article will be updated immediately after payouts are announced. How much money every player made at the Masters

Even the players who missed the cut (of which there were 33) receive a payout of $10,000 each — but that’s for the professionals only. So how much did the rest of the players in the field come away with this year? You can find a complete list of the 2021 Masters payouts for each player below. 1st – $2.07 million2nd – $1.242 million3rd – $782,0004th – $552,0005th – $460,0006th – $414,0007th – $385,2508th – $356,5009th – $333,50010th – $310,50011th – $287,50012th – $264,50013th – $241,50014th – $218,50015th – $207,00016th – $195,50017th – $184,00018th – $172,50019th – $161,00020th – $149,50021st – $138,00022nd – $128,80023rd – $119,60024th – $110,40025th – $101,20026th – $92,00027th – $88,55028th – $85,10029th – $81,65030th – $78,20031st – $74,75032nd – $71,30033rd – $67,85034th – $64,97535th – $62,10036th – $59,22537th – $56,35038th – $54,05039th – $51,75040th – $49,45041st – $47,15042nd – $44,85043rd – $42,55044th – $40,25045th – $37,95046th – $35,65047th – $33,35048th – $31,51049th – $29,90050th – $28,980

This year’s champion will match the payout received by 2019 champion, Tiger Woods, and 2020 champion, Dustin Johnson — a whopping $2.07 million. The runner-up will receive a cool $1.24 million. The 2021 Masters purse has held steady for the last two years after increasing by $500,000 in 2019 to $11.5 million — the second-highest purse total of all four major championships.

Golf.com This article will be updated immediately after payouts are announced.

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