2019 Masters purse: Total purse, payout breakdown, winner’s share

April 14, 2019

The Masters purse is a record-high this year, meaning that the winner of the event will win a record share of more than $2 million.

The first major of the year introduced a record $11.5 million purse for this year, making it the second-biggest purse of the PGA Tour season at the moment. Stay tuned to see if the U.S. Open ups the ante. That means that for the first time, the winner’s share will be greater than $2 million. Sorry, Patrick Reed, your $1.98 million just wasn’t enough.

The top finisher will actually net $2.07 million this year, with second place taking home a disappointing $1.242 million. Way down in 50th, you’ll find the payouts drop to $28,980. With 65 players making the cut, that means slightly more than the initial $11.5 million will be doled out. For professionals finishing beyond 50th, the payout will decrease from $28,290.

Check out the full payout structure below.

Masters Tournament Payout Breakdown
1st: $2,070,000
2nd: $1,242,000
3rd: $782,000
4th: $552,000
5th: $460,000
6th: $414,000
7th: $385,250
8th: $356,500
9th: $333,500
10th: $310,500
11th: $287,500
12th: $264,500
13th: $241,500
14th: $218,500
15th: $207,000
16th: $195,500
17th: $184,000
18th: $172,500
19th: $161,000
20th: $149,500
21st: $138,000
22nd: $128,800
23rd: $119,600
24th: $110,400
25th: $101,200
26th: $92,000
27th: $88,550
28th: $85,100
29th: $81,650
30th: $78,200
31st: $74,750
32nd: $71,300
33rd: $67,850
34th: $64,975
35th: $62,100
36th: $59,225
37th: $56,350
38th: $54,050
39th: $51,750
40th: $49,450
41st: $47,150
42nd: $44,850
43rd: $42,550
44th: $40,250
45th: $37,950
46th: $35,650
47th: $33,350
48th: $31,510
49th: $29,900
50th: $28,980

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The Masters Tournament announced a new record purse for 2019, meaning the winner of the event will take home more than $2 million.
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