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When you win the Masters Tournament, you not only get the coveted green jacket and Masters trophy, but you also get a hefty amount of money to boost your bank account.

Exactly how much does the Masters winner make?

The Masters increased the prize pool to $11.5 million in 2019 and the winner's share increased to more than $2 million. For the two years prior, the Masters prize purse had been $11 million.

Those who miss the cut still get $10,000 in prize money.

Here's a look at the Masters prize money for 2019.

1st: Tiger Woods — $2,070,000

T-2: Dustin Johnson — $858,667

T-2: Brooks Koepka — $858,667

T-2: Xander Schauffele — $858,667

T-5: Jason Day — $403,938

T-5: Tony Finau — $403,938

T-5: Francesco Molinari — $403,938

T-5: Webb Simpson — $403,938

T-9: Patrick Cantlay — $310,500

T-9: Rickie Fowler — $310,500

T-9: Jon Rahm — $310,500

T-12: Justin Harding — $225,400

T-12: Matt Kuchar — $225,400

T-12: Ian Poulter — $225,400

T-12: Justin Thomas — $225,400

T-12: Bubba Watson — $225,400

17: Aaron Wise — $184,000

T-18: Patton Kizzire — $161,000

T-18: Phil Mickelson — $161,000

T-18: Adam Scott — $161,000

T-21: Lucas Bjerregaard — $107,956

T-21: Matthew Fitzpatrick — $107,956

T-21: Si Woo Kim — $107,956

T-21: Kevin Kisner — $107,956

T-21: Rory McIlroy — $107,956

T-21: Thorbjørn Olesen — $107,956

T-21: Jordan Spieth — $107,956

T-21: Kyle Stanley — $107,956

T-29: Bryson DeChambeau — $78,200

T-29: Charley Hoffman — $78,200

T-29: Louis Oosthuizen — $78,200

T-32: Charles Howell III — $68,042

T-32: Hideki Matsuyama — $68,042

T-32: Gary Woodland — $68,042

T-32: Viktor Hovland — Amateur

T-36: Rafa Cabrera Bello — $55,488

T-36: Tommy Fleetwood — $55,488

T-36: Patrick Reed — $55,488

T-36: Henrik Stenson — $55,488

T-36: Kevin Tway — $55,488

T-36: Jimmy Walker — $55,488

T-36: Alvaro Ortiz — Amateur

T-43: Keegan Bradley — $44,850

T-43: Haotong Li — $44,850

T-43: Keith Mitchell — $44,850

T-46: Corey Conners — $37,950

T-46: Andrew Landry — $37,950

T-46: Kevin Na — $37,950

T-49: Kiradech Aphibarnrat — $32,430

T-49: Marc Leishman — $32,430

T-51: Trevor Immelman — $28,693

T-51: Martin Kaymer — $28,693

T-51: Eddie Pepperell — $28,693

T-51: Cameron Smith — $28,693

55: Devon Bling — Amateur

T-56: Tyrrell Hatton — $26,910

T-56: Billy Horschel — $26,910

T-58: Branden Grace — $26,335

T-58: Zach Johnson — $26,335

T-58: Takumi Kanaya — Amateur

61: Satoshi Kodaira — $25,990

T-62: Emiliano Grillo — $25,415

T-62: J.B. Holmes — $25,415

T-62: Bernhard Langer — $25,415

T-62: Alex Noren — $25,415

It's worth noting that the payout for all players is larger than most events because the Masters field is so small. Only 87 players teed it up at Augusta National in 2019.

A regular PGA Tour event typically features a 156-player field, as do the other three majors.