Masters 2013 Prize Money Makes Adam Scott $1.44 Million Richer

Posted: Apr 15 2013, 7:25am CDT | by , in Other Stuff


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Masters 2013 Prize Money makes Adam Scott $1.44 Million Richer

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Australian Adam Scott won the Masters 2013. Tiger Woods was the big favorite but he failed. Adam Scott scored the green jacket and $1.44 million in cash. The Masters 2013 had a $8 million purse. Second placed Angel Cabrera receives $864,000 and Jason Day gets $544,000 as third. Tiger Woods made fourth place and can comfort himself with $352,000.

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