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Breakdown of 2013 Masters winnings

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

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Winning the Masters is obviously worth more than the amount of money that could be handed out at a golf tournament.

But the golfers do get paid. By the boatloads. Here's a look at how much each place will earn you at the 2013 Masters (via Augusta.com):

Top 10

1st: $1.4 million
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 place through 20th

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 place through 30th

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 place through 40th

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 place through 50th

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

A week at Augusta and finishing in last place gets you more than $20,000. Not a bad gig, if you can get it.

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