2022 Masters prize money increases to $15m

Peter Finnan
2022 Masters prize money increases to $15m

Augusta National has advised that prize money for the 2022 Masters is up on last year to a new record-setting $15m (Euro 13.8m).

As well, the winner of the 86th Masters will take home the largest first prize in Masters history – a cool $2.7m (Euro 2.482m) – and that’s up from $2.07m that Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama pocketed a year ago.

Runner-up at Augusta National will be handed $1.61m while the player who finishes third (and on his own) will also drive out the front gates a millionaire with a prize of $1.02m

The player who finishes 50th and last in the field, will be handed $37,800 while those who missed the cut will get some ‘beer money’..

Here is the complete breakdown of the 2022 Masters prize money.

1st: $2,700,000

2nd: $1,620,000

3rd: $1,020,000

4th: $720,000

5th: $600,000

6th: $540,000

7th: $502,500

8th: $465,000

9th: $435,000

10th: $405,000

11th: $375,000

12th: $345,000

13th: $315,000

14th: $285,000

15th: $270,000

16th: $255,000

17th: $240,000

18th: $225,000

19th: $210,000

20th: $195,000

21st: $180,000

22nd: $168,000

23rd: $156,000

24th: $144,000

25th: $132,000

26th: $120,000

27th: $115,500

28th: $111,000

29th: $106,500

30th: $102,000

31st: $97,500

32nd: $93,000

33rd: $88,500

34th: $84,750

35th: $81,000

36th: $77,250

37th: $73,500

38th: $70,500

39th: $67,500

40th: $64,500

41st: $61,500

42nd: $58,500

43rd: $55,500

44th: $52,500

45th: $49,500

46th: $46,500

47th: $43,500

48th: $41,100

49th: $39,000

50th: $37,800

The remainder of professional players will receive cash prizes ranging downward from $36,900, depending on scores.

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