The winner of the 2017 Masters Tournament, Sergio Garcia, received the 1st prize payout of 1,980,000 and 600 FedEx Cup points.
Let's check out all of the purse information for the 2017 Masters, led by.8 million payday for the winner of the coveted Green Jacket.
He's won three consecutive startsthe Genesis Open, WGC: Mexico Championship and WGC: Match Playand hasn't finished worse than third since missing the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open in January.
He started the campaign with five consecutive top-10 results, including a win in the AT T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Danny Willett claimed the green jacket in 2016 Credit: REX.If he can avoid those sluggish finishes, he should be in great shape come Sunday afternoon.His cumulative score.This year's champion will receive.98 million - an 18,000 increase in the sum received by both Danny Willett last year and Jordan Spieth in 2015.Jordan Spieth (800) Spieth's form has been trending in the wrong direction heading into the major schedule.Data Golf listed him as the fourth choice at Augusta, and noted nobody has a better than 9 percent chance of winning the Green Jacket, making for a wide-open tournament: While Spieth's recent play isn't overly encouraging, his Masters performance paints a different story about.He's finished no better than 12th in his last four la noire reels outings, though.After the winners of the 20 Masters both took home the same amount in prize money, whoever ends up receiving the famous green jacket this year will earn the highest sum in the tournament's history.The only tournament where he didn't post a round of 66 or better was the European Tour's BMW SA Open, where his worst score was.Position, prize money 1st.8m 2nd.1m 3rd 680,000 4th 480,000 5th 400,000 6th 360,000 7th 335,000 8th 310,000 9th 290,000 10th 270,000, read more: Sam Torrance column - Dustin Johnson is unbeatable and recalls Tiger Woods in his pomp.

That's followed by a closer look at the top contenders based on the current betting odds, courtesy.
Thomas Pieters and, matt Kuchar tied 4th place for payouts of 484,000.
Avoiding those occasional round-destroying holes over the course of four days is essential, though.While that doesn't mean he can't turn things around and win this week, it does raise the level of uncertainty for the 2015 Masters champ.In second place, Justin Rose collected 1,188,000 prize winnings, while.Rory McIlroy (700) Although the competition atop the sport is fierce right now between Johnson, McIlroy, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Hideki Matsuyama, the Northern Irishman still owns the highest peak.He's finished no worse than tied for second over the past three years, so nobody should be shocked if he's in the mix again this time around.Sergio Garcia 1,980,000 600 2nd, justin Rose 1,188,000 330 3rd, charl Schwartzel 748,000 210 4th, thomas Pieters 484,000 0 4th, matt Kuchar 484,000 135 6th, paul Casey 396,000 110 7th, kevin Chappell 354,750 97 7th Rory McIlroy 354,750 97 9th Adam Scott 308,000 85 9th.