Masters Payout 2013: Complete Overview for Purse and Final Leaderboard

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Masters Payout 2013: Complete Overview for Purse and Final Leaderboard
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Adam Scott can now afford a fancy new closet to put his new green jacket in. 

The 32-year-old Australian was able to hold off Angel Cabrera in a two-hole playoff Sunday afternoon, giving him his first major championship at the Masters. 

With a gargantuan raise, Scott could now take the rest of the year off and still make more than most of us will only see in our dreams. 

Here's a look at the final leaderboard (via PGATour.com) and top payouts (via Augusta.com)

 

Final Leaderboard

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

 

Notable Finishers

Tiger Woods: $352,000

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Tiger Woods was the clear favorite, and if you combine that with his two-stroke penalty, his top-five finish might even be seen as a disappointment. 

An extra $352,000 of spending money for the world No. 1 and already multi-multi-multi-millionaire isn't such a bad consolation prize, though. 

 

Rory McIlroy: $56,040

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After a nightmarish Saturday for Rory McIlroy, it looked like his weekend struggles at the Masters would continue and he would drop outside the top 50.

But after an impressive 69 Sunday, the world No. 2 shot up the leaderboard 19 spots and finished with a nice payday. 

 

Rickie Fowler: $32,000

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Unfortunately for Rickie Fowler, he sits on the other side of that spectrum. 

The charismatic, popular 24-year-old entered Sunday at two-under, sitting pretty inside the top 10. But he bogeyed six of his first seven holes, ended his day with a 78 and fell all the way to a tie for 38th place. 

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