Here’s how much money every player made at the 2023 Masters

Jon Rahm

Jon Rahm holds the 2023 Masters trophy.

Darren Riehl

The 2023 Masters purse has increased significantly over the years.

Just two years ago, in 2021, the purse was set at $11.5 million. Last year, the 2022 Masters purse increased to $15 million. And this year, the Masters purse jumped yet again to a whopping total of $18 million, cementing its place as the tournament with the highest purse total of all four major championships — at least, so far. (The Players championship remains the richest purse in golf at a total of $25 million.)

This year’s Masters champion will surpass the payout received by 2022 champion, Scottie Scheffler, by an impressive $540,000, with a $3.24 million total payday. The runner-up will receive a cool $1.94 million, and third place will clear seven figures too, with a payout of $1.22 million.

Even the players who missed the cut (of which there were 31; four WDed) 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 2023 Masters payouts for each player below.

How much money every player made at the Masters

Win: $3.24 million – Jon Rahm

T2: $1.584 million – Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka

T4: $744,000 – Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, Russell Henley

T7: $603,000 – Cameron Young, Viktor Hovland

9th: $522,000 – Sahith Theegala

T10: $432,000 – Scottie Scheffler, Matt Fitzpatrick, Xander Schauffele, Collin Morikawa

T14: $333,000 – Gary Woodland, Patrick Cantlay

T16: $324,000 – Tom Kim, Sungjae Im, Jaoquin Niemann, Justin Rose, Shane Lowry, Sam Bennett (a), Hideki Matsuyama

T23: $172,800 – Keegan Bradley, Chris Kirk, KH Lee

T26: $138,600 – Tony Finau, Scott Stallings, Ryan Fox

T29th: $119,700 – Si Woo Kim, Sam Burns, Harold Varner, Mackenzie Hughes

33rd: $106,200 – Tommy Fleetwood

T34: $92,880 – Tyrrell Hatton, Cam Smith, Zach Johnson, Talor Gooch, JT Poston, 

T39: $75,600 – Taylor Moore, Abraham Ancer, Adam Scott, Jason Day

T43: $63,000 – Max Homa, Harris English, Mito Pereira

T46: $54,000 – Sepp Straka, Seamus Power

T48: $48,060 – Dustin Johnson, Thomas Pieters

T50th: $47,160 – Charl Schwartzel, Fred Couples

52nd: $45,160 – Billy Horschel

53rd: $45,060 – Keith Mitchell Editor

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