Masters prize money breakdown

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

 
1st/$1,440,000
2nd/$864,000
3rd/$544,000
4th/$384,000
5th/$320,000
6th/$288,000
7th/$268,000
8th/$248,000
9th/$232,000
10th/$216,000
11th/$200,000
12th/$184,000
13th/$168,000
14th/$152,000
15th/$144,000
16th/$136,000
17th/$128,000
18th/$120,000
19th/$112,000
20th/$104,000
21st/$96,000
22nd/$89,600
23rd/$83,200
24th/$76,800
25th/$70,400
26th/$64,000
27th/$61,600
28th/$59,200
29th/$56,800
30th/$54,400
31st/$52,000
32nd/$49,600
33rd/$47,200
34th/$45,200
35th/$43,200
36th/$41,200
37th/$39,200
38th/$37,600
39th/$36,000
40th/$34,400
41st/$32,800
42nd/$31,200
43rd/$29,600
44th/$28,000
45th/$26,400
46th/$24,800
47th/$23,200
48th/$21,920
49th/$20,800
50th/$20,160

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