The Masters: Full prize money payout

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The 2021 Masters is over and, for new champion Hideki Matsuyama, it has been a very profitable week.

As well as a Green Jacket and the right to call himself a major winner, the 29-year-old from Japan has trousered a cool $2,070,000.

Runner-up Will Zalatoris is also more than $1million better off than he was at the start of the week. The Californian almost doubled his career earnings on the PGA Tour by taking home a cheque for $1,242,000.

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All told, more $11.5million was divided amongst the professionals who pegged it up in the 85th edition of the first men's major of the year

Here’s a full breakdown of 

2021 Masters Tournament – Prize money breakdown

1

Hideki Matsuyama

$2,070,000

2

Will Zalatoris

$1,242,000

T3

Jordan Spieth

$667,000

T3

Xander Schauffele

$667,000

T5

Jon Rahm

$437,000

T5

Marc Leishman

$437,000

7

Justin Rose

$385,250

T8

Patrick Reed

$345,000

T8

Corey Conners

$345,000

T10

Cameron Smith

$299,000

T10

Tony Finau

$299,000

T12

Webb Simpson

$218,500

T12

Stewart Cink

$218,500

T12

Kevin Na

$218,500

T12

Si Woo Kim

$218,500

T12

Robert MacIntyre

$218,500

T12

Brian Harman

$218,500

T18

Tyrrell Hatton

$161,000

T18

Collin Morikawa

$161,000

T18

Scottie Scheffler

$161,000

T21

Harris English

$119,600

T21

Shane Lowry

$119,600

T21

Phil Mickelson

$119,600

T21

Justin Thomas

$119,600

T21

Viktor Hovland

$119,600

T26

Paul Casey

$79,925

T26

Abraham Ancer

$79,925

T26

Ian Poulter

$79,925

T26

Louis Oosthuizen

$79,925

T26

Cameron Champ

$79,925

T26

Matt Jones

$79,925

T26

Bubba Watson

$79,925

 

T26

Charl Schwartzel

$79,925

T34

Michael Thompson

$60,663

T34

Matt Fitzpatrick

$60,663

T34

Matt Wallace

$60,663

T34

Ryan Palmer

$60,663

T38

Martin Laird

$52,900

T38

Henrik Stenson

$52,900

T40

Christiaan Bezuidenhout

$43,700

T40

Gary Woodland

$43,700

T40

Sebastian Munoz

$43,700

T40

Mackenzie Hughes

$43,700

T40

Joaquin Niemann

$43,700

T40

Bernd Wiesberger

$43,700

T46

Brendon Todd

$33,503

T46

Bryson DeChambeau

$33,503

T46

Tommy Fleetwood

$33,503

49

Jason Kokrak

$29,900

T50

Jose Maria Olazabal

$28,635

T50

Billy Horschel

$28,635

52

Francesco Molinari

$28,140

53

Jim Herman

$27,990

54

Adam Scott

$27,840

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