How much does Matsuyama take to win the Masters?

The Japanese pocketed the largest check of a total of 11.5 million dollars (9.6 euros), identical to last year. Rahm and Olazábal also receive a good sum.


The Augusta Masters, one of the golf tournaments that distributes the best economic prizes for its status as a major and the money it generates, maintains the same bag this year despite the effects of the pandemic: 11.5 million dollars (9 , 6 euros) record that he delivered in 2019. As the winner of the event, Hideki Matsuyama, who gave the first green jacket to Japan, takes the juiciest check, which amounts to 2,070,000 dollars (1.7 million euros ) .

The second classified, the rookie Will Zalatoris, will receive for his part 1,188,000 dollars (almost one million euros); the third, Americans Xander Schauffele and Jordan Spieth, take 667,000 per head (about 560,000); the fifths, the Spanish Jon Rahm and the Australian Marc Leishman, 437,000 each (more than 367,000). José María Olazábal, the other Spaniard who managed to play all four rounds, pocketed $ 28,890 (just over 24,000 euros) .

Professionals who did not pass said cut, such as Sergio García or Dustin Johnson, are assigned an amount of 10,000 dollars (8,891 euros approx.) And amateurs, due to their condition, left only with the experience of having played at Augusta National.

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