Masters purse: 2020 Masters payout breakdown and prize money

Dustin Johnson held a four-stroke lead after 54 holes of the 2020 Masters, meaning he’s 18 holes (and one more strong round) away from cashing in on a major payday.

The total purse for the 2020 Masters is $11.5 million, which is the same as it was last year, when Tiger Woods took home $2.07 million for first. The runner-up prize money remains the same as well, at $1.242 million.

This is the third major of the season with a different total purse. The 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park had a purse of $11 million (Collin Morikawa took home $1.98 million), and the U.S. Open at Winged Foot handed out $12.5 million (Bryson DeChambeau grabbed $2.25 million for first).

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Below is the Masters payout for the top 50. The remaining pros after the top 50 receive $28,290 ranging downward. Pros who missed the cut receive $10,000 each.

Masters purse, payout breakdown and winner’s share

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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