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The Masters 2019: How much prize money will the champion win?

Tom Kershaw
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The Masters 2019: How much prize money will the champion win?

The world's elite return to Augusta for 83rd rendition of the Masters on April 11 to thrash it out over an $11m prize pot.

Last year's Green Jacket winner, Patrick Reed, took home $1.98m (£1.49m), while second place was awarded $1.19m (£899,250).

Everyone who finishes in the top 24 will receive over $100,000.

Players who miss the cut will still be awarded $10,000.

Here's the Masters 2018 official prize money payouts:

1 Patrick Reed: $1,980,000

2 Rickie Fowler: $1,188,000

3 Jordan Spieth: $748,000

4 Jon Rahm: $528,000

T5 Rory McIlroy: $386,375

T5 Cameron Smith: $386,375

T5 Henrik Stenson: $386,375

T5 Bubba Watson: $386,375

9 Marc Leishman: $319,000

T10 Tony Finau: $286,000

T10 Dustin Johnson: $286,000

T12 Charley Hoffman: $231,000

T12 Louis Oosthuizen: $231,000

T12 Justin Rose: $231,000

T15 Paul Casey: $192,500

T15 Russell Henley: $192,500

T17 Tommy Fleetwood: $170,500

T17 Justin Thomas: $170,500

19 Hideki Matsuyama: $154,000

T20 Jason Day: $128,150