How much do Masters winners get paid?
The winner’s share of the Masters Tournament’s $15 million purse is up from $2.07 million when Hideki Matsuyama slipped on the green jacket last April. The 2021 purse was $11.5 million, which marked the third straight tournament with the same amount of total prize money.
What does 20th place at the Masters pay?
The 10th place finisher receives $135,000 (2.7 percent); 20th place is worth $65,000 (1.3 percent); 30th place pockets $34,000 (0.68 percent); 40th place receives $21,500 (0.43 percent); 50th place gets $12,600 (0.252 percent); 60th place is worth $11,000 (0.22 percent); and 70th place earns $10,000.
How much money does the Masters winner get?
The total purse is $11.5 million, with the winner getting $2.07 million. Second place takes home $1.242 million. Rounding out the top five: third place receives $782,000, fourth gets $552,000, and fifth brings home $460,000. The complete Masters payout breakdown for the top 50 is below.
How much money has Tiger Woods won at the Masters?
Tiger Woods won the first-ever Masters that paid the winner more than $2 million in 2019, and he’s also the tournament’s all-time leader in money won, with $9,505,469. (Second on that list is Phil Mickelson, at $8,040,837.)
Does the 2021 Masters winner get a cash prize?
— There was a lot on the line Sunday at the 2021 Masters, and while a cash prize is not at the top of the list for most of the best golfers in the world, there was still a significant sum available to be claimed at Augusta National. Golfers play for a green jacket, a major championship and also a big check in the first major of the year.
How much do PGA Tour players get paid to win tournaments?
Professional players that are cut from the field each receive $10,000, while amateur golfers receive no money prizes. In 2021, Hideki Matsuyama took home $2.07 million after becoming the first Japanese player to win the tournament.