Sun Devil Jon Rahm Won 87th Masters Tournament: What’s The Prize Money, Masters Payout!

Jon Rahm will get the record-breaking prize money that the 2023 Masters gave to this year’s win. From the $18 million prize pool at the Masters, Rahm will receive $3.24 million. This year’s $15 million prize pool and $2.7 million winner’s check set a record for this competition.

2023 Masters Final Payouts, Winnings, Prize Money

Win: $3.24 million – Jon Rahm

T2: $1.584 million – Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka

T4: $744,000 – Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, Russell Henley

T7: $603,000 – Cam Young, Viktor Hovland

9th: $522,000 – Sahith Theegala

T10: $432,000 – Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele, Matt Fitzpatrick,

T14: $333,000 – Gary Woodland, Patrick Cantlay

T16: $324,000 – Tom Kim, Sungjae Im, Shane Lowry, Jaoquin Niemann, Justin Rose, Hideki Matsuyama

T23: $172,800 – Keegan Bradley, Chris Kirk, KH Lee

T26: $138,600 – Tony Finau, Scott Stallings, Ryan Fox

T29th: $119,700 – Si Woo Kim, Sam Burns, Mackenzie Hughes, Harold Varner,

33rd: $106,200 – Tommy Fleetwood

T34: $92,880 – Tyrrell Hatton, Zach Johnson, Talor Gooch, JT Poston, Cam Smith,

T39: $75,600 – Taylor Moore, Adam Scott, Abe Ancer, Jason Day

T43: $63,000 – Max Homa, Harris English, Mito Pereira

T46: $54,000 – Sepp Straka, Seamus Power

T48: $48,060 – Dustin Johnson, Thomas Pieters

T50th: $47,160 – Charl Schwartzel, Fred Couples

52nd: $45,160 – Billy Horschel

53rd: $45,060 – Keith Mitchell

Jon Rahm Wins His First Masters 2023

With an unflappable performance at Augusta National, Jon Rahm won the 2023 Masters on Sunday, earning his first green jacket and second major of his career. At the beginning of Sunday’s final round, Rahm was two strokes behind Brooks Koepka, but he surged as Koepka stumbled to win his second major championship.

The Spaniard put on a consistency masterclass to win by four shots over Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson of the LIV Golf Series.

Rahm finished the tournament 12 under par and ultimately won by four shots.

Rahm remarked, “I’m looking at the numbers, and I still think I have a few more holes to win.” I truly have nothing else to say. That was intended for Seve. He was up there helping, and help he did.”

Rahm’s victory saw him overtake reigning Masters champion Scottie Scheffler as the number one player in the world, moving him up the rankings after two days of bad weather forced repeated play interruptions at the 87th edition of the legendary major.

With his victory at Torrey Pines in 2021, Rahm became the fourth Spaniard to wear the green jacket and the first golfer from Europe to win both The Masters and the US Open. This happened on the birthday of the late Seve Ballesteros, who won the tournament in 1980 and 1983.  He had never placed better than fourth at Augusta National before Sunday night. He made his seventh appearance at the Masters this year, but he came prepared with such a wealth of knowledge about the course that he said it would be difficult to put to full use.

Here at Augusta National, he added, “I feel like it’s incredibly difficult to implement everything you learn from each round.”

“Clearly, the more you play, the more at ease you become with a slight lag,” he continued. It’s true that there is some learning involved and similar things, but ultimately, this is a golf course, so you have to come out and play well, isn’t that right? It’s plain and simple. There’s no trick to it. The best player wins, and that’s what you’ve got to do.”