Below is a full prize money portfolio breakdown detailing how much the Masters 2022 winner will receive to win the Augusta National Green Jacket.
The Masters have been captivating so far with Tiger Woods making an exciting comeback but behind current leader Scotty Scheffler in going to the final round.
Will an American win at home, or can one of Europe’s best teams get a tiny bit of revenge on their hit in the Ryder Cup last year?
No matter who goes on and claims the green jacket, it will not only be an eternity and a great evening wear they won but also a multimillion dollar cash prize.
How much does a master’s winner get?
The prize money for the 2022 edition of the Masters Tournament has been announced. There was a prize fund last year totaling $11,500,000. The total for this year is $15 million.
With the way golf tournaments work, there will be sums that have to be split between multiple participants in the final leaderboard, are there links to certain places – which is often the case.
However, the winner will receive a staggering multi-million dollar prize after Hideki Matsuyama earned just over $2 million for his win in 2021. The winning prize is $2.7 million (£2 million) this year.
How much will the runner-up in The Masters win in prize money?
The runner-up will receive $1.6 million. $1.02 million for third solo.
$1.2 million is the amount left by American Will Zalatori to take second place in 2021.
Zander Shaveli and Jordan Spieth earned $667,000 for their combined third place last year, while Mark Leishman and Jon Ram left $437,000 to finish fourth.
England’s Justin Rose finished seventh in 2021 and earned $385,250 for doing so while Cory Connors and Patrick Reed each earned $345,000 for their eighth place finish.
Tony Finau and Cameron Smith tied for 10th in 2021 and both left with $299,000 in prize money.
Detailing the Master’s Prize 2022 purse
- First: $2,700,000
- 2nd: $1,620,000
- Third: $1,020,000
- Fourth: $720,000
- Fifth: $600,000
- Sixth: $540,000
- Seventh: $502,500
- Eighth: $465,000
- Ninth: 435 thousand dollars
- Tenth: $405,000
- Eleventh: 375,000 dollars
- Twelfth: $345,000
- Thirteenth: $315,000
- Fourteenth: 285,000 dollars
- Fifteenth: 270 thousand dollars
- Sixteenth: $255,000
- Seventeenth: $240 thousand
- Eighteenth: $225,000
- Nineteenth: $210,000
- Twenty: $195,000
- Twenty-first: 180 thousand dollars
- Twenty-second: 168,000 dollars
- Twenty-third: $156,000
- Twenty-fourth: 144,000 dollars
- Twenty-fifth: 132 thousand dollars
- Twenty-sixth: $120,000
- Twenty-seventh: $115,500
- 28th: $111,000
- 29: 106,500 dollars
- 30: 102 thousand dollars
- 31st: $97,500
- 32nd: $93,000
- 33rd: $88,500
- 34th: $84,750
- 35th: $81,000
- 36th: $77,250
- thirty-seventh: $73,500
- 38th: $70,500
- 39: $67,500
- Forty: $64,500
- 41st: $61,500
- 42: 58,500 dollars
- Forty-third: $55,500
- 44: $52,500
- 45: 49,500 dollars
- 46: $46,500
- 47th: $43,500
- 48: 41,100 dollars
- 49th: $39,000
- Fifty: $37,800
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