Masters money 2021: Here’s how much money every player made at the Masters

Hideki Matsuyama won the 2021 Masters — and a cool $2.07 million.

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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.

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.

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.

How much money every player made at the Masters

1. Hideki Matsuyama $2,070,000

2. Will Zalatoris $1,242,000

T3. Jordan Spieth $667,000
Xander Schauffele $667,000

T5. Jon Rahm $437,000
Marc Leishman $437,000

7. Justin Rose $385,250

T8. Patrick Reed $345,000
Corey Connors $345,000

T10. Cameron Smith $299,000
Tony Finau $299,000

T12. Webb Simpson $218,500
Stewart Cink $218,500
Kevin Na $218,500
Si Woo Kim $218,500
Robert MacIntyre $218,500
Brian Harman $218,500

T18. Tyrrell Hatton $161,000
Collin Morikawa $161,000
Scottie Scheffler $161,000

T21. Harris English $119,600
Shane Lowry $119,600
Phil Mickelson $119,600
Justin Thomas $119,600
Viktor Hovland $119,600

T26. Paul Casey $79,925
Abraham Ancer $79,925
Ian Poulter $79,925
Louis Oosthuizen $79,925
Cameron Champ $79,925
Matt Jones $79,925
Bubba Watson $79,925
Charl Schwartzel $79,925

T34. Michael Thompson $60,663
Matthew Fitzpatrick $60,663
Matt Wallace $60,663
Ryan Palmer $60,663

T38. Martin Laird $52,900
Henrik Stenson $52,900

T40. Christian Bezuidenhout $43,700
Gary Woodland $43,700
Sebastian Munoz $43,700
Mackenzie Hughes $43,700
Joaquin Niemann $43,700
Bernd Weisberger $43,700

T46. Brendon Todd $33,503
Bryson DeChambeau $33,503
Tommy Fleetwood $33,503

49. Jason Kokrak $29,900

T50. Jose Maria Olazabal $28,635
Billy Horschel $28,635

52. Francesco Molinari $27,600

53. Jim Herman $27,140

54. Adam Scott $26,680 Editor

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