Overall, Tiger Woods had a good outing on his comeback, but given his competitive mindset, the 15-time major winner would have hoped for a better result. A solo 47 marks his worst ever finish at Augusta National.
A 47th place finish is usually not lucrative, but given that this is the Masters, qualifying for the weekend is enough to guarantee you handsome prize money. Tiger Woods received a payout of $43,500 for his efforts
Scottie Scheffler won the 2022 Masters on Sunday for his first career major title. And to make victory even sweeter, Scheffler also won a record-setting first prize $2.7 million from a $15 million purse.
Last year's Masters champion, Hideki Matsuyama, won $2.07 million from a purse of nearly $11.5 million. Scheffler earned $630,000 more.
Tyrrell Hatton made a cut of $36,900 at the Masters 2022 as he grabbed the 52nd Spot.