After an exciting finish, Adam Scott is the 2013 Masters champion. In addition to claiming the green jacket, he will also take home a sizable first-place prize. By winning the Masters, Scott claimed $1.44 million of the $8 million purse.
The top of the leaderboard was tight with Angel Cabrera finishing in second place after losing the playoff. Jason Day finished two strokes behind in third. Both players will still take home a significant amount of money. Cabrera may have lost the playoff, but he will win a consolation prize of $864,000. Day faltered down the stretch, but still finished in third place and will receive a check for $544,000.
In addition to the top three, a number of other players will claim sizable winnings. The official earnings have yet to be released, but here is a look at the unofficial top 10, including ties.
1st: Adam Scott, $1,440,000
2nd: Angel Cabrera, $864,000
3rd: Jason Day, $544,000
T-4th: Tiger Woods, $352,000
T-4th: Marc Leishman, $352,000
T-6th: Brandt Snedeker, $278,000
T-6th: Thorbjorn Olesen, $278,000
T-8th: Sergio Garcia, $232,000
T-8th: Lee Westwood, $232,000
T-8th: Matt Kuchar, $232,000
The payouts are similar to the 2012 Masters payout.