What is the payout breakdown for the Masters?

The total purse is $11.5 million, with the winner getting $2.07 million. Second place takes home $1.242 million. Rounding out the top five: third place receives $782,000, fourth gets $552,000, and fifth brings home $460,000. The complete Masters payout breakdown for the top 50 is below.

What are winnings at Masters?

The Masters champion’s prize is more than $2 million, and while runner-up Will Zalatoris won’t get a green jacket, the second-place prize of $1.24 million is not too shabby either. That’s more than the winner’s share at nearly every professional golf tournament around the globe in any given year.

How much does it cost to enter the Masters?

An individual entry fee of $400 is paid by almost all the professional golfers participating in a pre-tournament qualifying event. Nationwide Tour and Champions players pay $100 each, whereas non-exempt PHA Tour members do not pay any entry fee.

Who was the winner of the Masters Tournament in 2013?

2013 Masters Tournament. The 2013 Masters Tournament was the 77th edition of the Masters Tournament and the first of golf’s four major championships to be held in 2013. It was held from April 11–14 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Adam Scott won the tournament on the second hole of a sudden death playoff against Ángel Cabrera.

What was the prize money for the Masters golf tournament?

Total prize money for the 2013 Masters Tournament is $8,000,000. The breakdown is as follows:

How many players made the cut at the Masters golf tournament?

For 2013 the minimum number of players making the cut was increased from 44 to 50 (plus ties). As previously, all players within 10 shots of the leader also make the cut. 61 players made the cut, all those within 10 shots of the leader.

Who are the players in the Masters golf tournament?

Four players were appearing in their first major: Steven Fox, Michael Weaver, Guan Tianlang and T. J. Vogel.