The Masters is finished for another year, with the tension and drama once again captivating us and reminding us what makes Augusta National so special.
Australian Adam Scott prevailed in a two-hole playoff victory over Angel Cabrera this year, with both players producing some scintillating golf on the final holes to leave us with another memorable week.
Tiger Woods finished in a tie for fourth with Marc Leishman, whilst several of golf's biggest names failed to disappoint on the biggest stage this year. They will all, however, walk away with a fairly decent payout from their week's worth at Augusta National.
How much did the top stars bank this weekend at Augusta?
Read on and find out.
2013 Masters Payout List
What the Top Stars Earned
Tiger Woods—T4, $352,000
Tiger Woods came into the Masters this year as the hot favorite to pick up another green jacket, and whilst he couldn't catch the leaders in the final round, he still netted himself a very nice pay check.
Woods' fourth-place finish saw him net over a third of a million dollars, which he can no doubt add into the other millions of dollars that he's already earned for himself.
Not bad for a week's work.
Rory McIlroy—T25, $56,040
After a disappointing third day, Rory McIlroy fired a strong 69 in the final round to drag himself back to two-over par and into a tie for 25th place overall.
That was good enough for over $50,000 which, again, isn't bad for a week's worth of work. Even if he did have a minor collapse halfway through the tournament.
Justin Rose—T25, $56,040
Justin Rose was a player who had real talent and potential coming into the Masters this year, and he had many thinking he could be a real outside chance at success.
Sitting at three-under par after two days, Rose was in a very strong position to launch a run at some serious money at Augusta this year. However, that soon slipped away with a third-round 75 and a final-round 74 leaving him in a tie for 25th position and just over $50,000 to his name.
Just think, if he had remained at three-under for the tournament, Rose would be looking at over $150,000 more money to his name than right now.
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