2019 Masters prize money breakdown

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The 2019 Masters winner will receive over $2million for the first time in the tournament's history as prize fund increases

The total prize money for those professionals competing in the 2019 Masters Tournament has been announced as $11,500,000, which is an increase in $500,000 from 2018.

Last year, champion Patrick Reed received $1.98 million for his first major victory, but this year's winner will get over $2million for the first time in history.

The breakdown by position is as follows:

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

The remainder of the professionals will receive cash prizes ranging
downward from $28,290 depending on the scores.