2024 Masters Final Payouts, Prize Money, Purse From Augusta National

The 2024 Masters purse has been boosted to $20 million. Here's the full breakdown of payouts for every player who made the cut.
Apr 12, 2024; Augusta, Georgia, USA; Scottie Scheffler tees off on No. 12 during the second round of
Apr 12, 2024; Augusta, Georgia, USA; Scottie Scheffler tees off on No. 12 during the second round of / Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Network

Scottie Scheffler proved once again that he's the best player in the world, an unbreakable force and—one more time—a worthy Masters champion. For his win, Scheffler collects a trophy replica of Augusta's clubhouse, a green jacket and a $3.6 million check.

The Masters announced its 2024 purse on Saturday and it was the biggest pool in 88 editions: $20 million. Scheffler banked a lot of green to pair with the green jacket. Ludvig Aberg, playing in his first major tournament, earned $2.16 million for his runner-up finish. Max Homa, Tommy Fleetwood and Collin Morikawa crack the million-dollar mark for sharing third place.

This year’s purse is a boost from the Masters’ $18 million purse in 2023 and $15 million in 2022. The 2024 Masters now matches the 2023 U.S. Open as golf’s highest-paying major championships. Here’s the breakdown of payouts for this year’s Masters:

2024 Masters Final Payouts

Win: $3,600,000 - Scottie Scheffler

2: $2,160,000 - Ludvig Aberg

T3: $1,040,000 - Max Homa, Tommy Fleetwood, Collin Morikawa

T6: $695,000 - Cam Smith, Bryson DeChambeau

8: $620,000 - Xander Schauffele

T9: $540,000 - Will Zalatoris, Tyrrell Hatton, Cameron Young

T12: $405,000 - Adam Schenk, Matthieu Pavon, Patrick Reed, Cam Davis

T16: $310,000 - Byeong-Hun An, Chris Kirk, Sepp Straka, Nicolai Hojgaard

T20: $250,000 - Lucas Glover, Taylor Moore

T22: $175,500 - Adam Scott, Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley, Joaquin Niemann, Min Woo Lee, Patrick Cantlay, Harris English, Matt Fitzpatrick

T30: $124,200 - Rickie Fowler, Tom Kim, Si Woo Kim, Jason Day, JT Poston

T35: $103,000 - Camilo VIllegas, Akshay Bhatia, Kurt Kitayama

T38: $86,000 - Hideki Matsuyama, Russell Henley, Luke List, Corey Conners, Ryan Fox

T43: $72,000 - Phil Mickelson, Shane Lowry

T45: $57,200 - Jon Rahm, Jose Maria Olazabal, Sahith Theegala, Denny McCarthy, Brooks Koepka, Danny Willett

51: $50,300 - Grayson Murray

52: $50,200 - Eric Cole

T53: $50,100 - Adam Hadwin, Neal Shipley (a)

T55: $49,800 - Tony Finau, Jake Knapp, Erik van Rooyen

T58: $49,550 - Thorbjorn Olesen, Vijay Singh

60: $49,400 - Tiger Woods

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Jeff Ritter is the Managing Director of SI Golf. He spent more than a decade at Sports Illustrated and Golf Magazine, and in 2020 joined Morning Read to help spark its growth and eventual acquisition by Sports Illustrated in 2022. He's a member of the Golf Writers' Association of America (GWAA) and has covered more than 25 major championships. He helped launch SI Golf Plus Digital, Golf Magazine’s first original, weekly e-magazine, and served as its top editor. He also launched Golf's “Films” division, the magazine’s first long-form video storytelling franchise, and his debut documentary received an Edward R. Murrow Award for sports reporting. His writing has earned first-place awards from the Society of American Travel Writers, the MIN Magazine Awards, and the Golf Writers Association of America, among others. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a master’s from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. A native Michigander, he remains a diehard Wolverine fan and will defend Jim Harbaugh until the bitter end.