From 27 to 29 January, the Masters is on the calendar in Milton Keynes. During this major tournament, £275,000 in prize money will be distributed. This makes the prize fund is £55,000 higher than in 2022.
Like last year, the field of participants for the Masters consists of 24 players. The eight losers of the first round will receive £4000 each. The top eight on the Order of Merit are automatically seeded for the second round, earning at least £7500 for participating in this event.
Reaching the quarter-finals will earn £12,000, followed by £20,000 for a place in the last four. The losing finalist gets £30,000 and the winner goes home with £65,000.
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Prize money breakdown during Masters 2023
Result Prize money (total £275,000)
Losers semi-final £20,000
Losers quarter-final £12,000
Losers last 16 £7500
Losers last 24 £4,000
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