2016 Masters: First-place money, prize pool and payouts

2016 Masters: First-place money, prize pool and payouts


The winner of the 2016 Masters will get the $1.8 million winner's share of the $10 million purse, which is the richest in the sport, along with the U.S. Open, Open Championship, PGA Championship and The Players Championship.

Second place will earn $1.08 million as part of the standard payout table that gives 18 percent of the purse to the winner and 10.8 percent to the runner-up.

2016 Masters prize pool and payouts for the top 20 players

1st - $1.8 million

2nd - $1.08 million

3rd - $680,000

4th - $480,000

5th - $400,000

6th - $360,000

7th - $335,000

8th - $310,000

9th - $290,000

10th - $270,000

11th - $250,000

12th - $230,000

13th - $210,000

14th - $190,000

15th - $180,000

16th - $170,000

17th - $160,000

18th - $150,000

19th - $140,000

20th - $130,000

After the 50th professional, the next player will earn $24,500.


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