The 2017 Masters winner will take home an insane amount of money

GOLF WIRE
Golf

After the previous two Masters winners have taken home the same amount, the 2017 champ will see a sizable increase in his paycheck.

The Masters announced an $11 million purse for the 81st playing of the tournament, and the winner will receive $1.98 million. Danny Willett and Jordan Spieth both won $1.8 million for winning the last two years. The runner-up wins $1.188 million, and third place receives $748,000.

The purse breakdown for the top 50 is listed below, and those outside of the top 50 will receive a payout ranging downward from $27,060.

1st: $1,980,000 2nd: $1,188,000 3rd: $748,000 4th: $528,000 5th: $440,000 6th: $396,000 7th: $368,500 8th: $341,000 9th: $319,000 10th: $297,000 11th: $275,000 12th: $253,000 13th: $231,000 14th: $209,000 15th: $198,000 16th: $187,000 17th: $176,000 18th: $165,000 19th: $154,000 20th: $143,000 21st: $132,000 22nd: $123,200 23rd: $114,400 24th: $105,600 25th: $96,800 26th: $88,000 27th: $84,700 28th: $81,400 29th: $78,100 30th: $74,800 31st: $71,500 32nd: $68,200 33rd: $64,900 34th: $62,150 35th: $59,400 36th: $56,650 37th: $53,900 38th: $51,700 39th: $49,500 40th: $47,300 41st: $45,100 42nd: $42,900 43rd: $40,700 44th: $38,500 45th: $36,300 46th: $34,100 47th: $31,900 48th: $30,140 49th: $28,600 50th: $27,720

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This article was originally published on Golf.com

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