Masters Purse 2013: Final Leaderboard and Payouts

Ryan RudnanskySenior Writer IApril 14, 2013

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 14:  Adam Scott of Australia celebrates after Scott makes a birdie putt on the second sudden death playoff hole to defeat Angel Cabrera of Argentina to win the 2013 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 14, 2013 in Augusta, Georgia.  (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters in the tournament's history on Sunday, winning a playoff with Angel Cabrera to emerge victorious.

Scott had four birdies and one bogey in the first 18 holes, including a long putt on the 18th that hit home and forced Angel Cabrera to step up and force a playoff. On the second hole of the playoff, Scott knocked down a big putt to capture his first career green jacket.

Here's a look at the final 2013 Masters leaderboard, complete with payouts.

Payout via

Position Player Score Payout
1 Adam Scott -9 $1,440,000
2 Angel Cabrera -9 $864,000
3 Jason Day -7 $544,000
T4 Tiger Woods -5 $352,000
T4 Marc Leishman -5 $352,000
T6 Brandt Snedeker
-4 $278,000
T6 Thorbjorn Olesen -4 $278,000
T8 Matt Kuchar -3  $232,000
T8 Sergio Garcia -3 $232,000
T8 Lee Westwood -3 $232,000

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Adam Scott had finished in the top 10 three times at Augusta headed into this year's tournament. That included an eighth-place finish in 2012 and a second-place finish in 2011. The 32-year-old Australian had posted two top-10 finishes in four PGA Tour events this year.

Angel Cabrera had five top-10 finishes at the Masters coming into the tournament, including a win in 2009. He had missed two cuts this year, but he placed a season-best 16th at his last tournament, the Houston Open.

Jason Day got off to a roaring start on Sunday, with a birdie and an eagle on the first two holes. The Australian finished with a seven-under 281 for the tournament. He notched four birdies, one eagle and four bogeys on Sunday.

The 25-year-old finished in a tie for second place at the 2011 Masters, but he had to withdraw from the tournament in 2012 with an ankle injury. He had posted three top-10 finishes in seven PGA Tour events coming into the tournament.

Brandt Snedeker, the No. 5 player in the world coming into the tournament, placed in a tie for sixth (four-under 284). He placed third at Augusta in 2008 but hadn't finished better than 15th since then. After four top-three finishes at the beginning of the year, including a first-place finish at Pebble Beach, he had missed the cut in his last two tournaments. 

Marc Leishman was one of the biggest surprises of the tournament. He finished with a five-under 283 for the tournament, posting two birdies and two bogeys for an even-par 72 on Sunday.

The Australian last played in the tournament in 2010, and he missed the cut that year. He also has had only one top-10 finish this year (at the Sony Open) and has missed four cuts.

Tiger Woods finished tied for fourth place with a five-under 283 for the tournament. The four-time Masters champion notched four birdies and two bogeys on Sunday for a two-under 70. He had posted six top-10 finishes in his last seven trips to Augusta since his last win in 2005, but curiously, he finished in 40th place last year.

Sergio Garcia, who said that he didn't have the ability to win the Masters after the third round of the tournament last year, finished in ninth place this year with a three-under 285. He notched four birdies and two bogeys on Sunday en route to a two-under 70. The Spaniard now has three career top-10 finishes at Augusta.


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