Masters Tournament

  • April 10 - 13, 2014
  • Augusta National GC - Augusta, GA
  • Par 72
    Yards 7,435
  • Purse $9,000,000
    2014 Champion Bubba Watson

Final

POSMOVECTRYPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Bubba WatsonB. Watson-8-3F69687469280$1,620,000.00600-
T2-Jonas BlixtJ. Blixt-5-1F70717171283$792,000.00270-
T2-Jordan SpiethJ. Spieth-5EF71707072283$792,000.00270-
4-Miguel JimenezM. Jimenez-4-1F71766671284$432,000.000-
T5-Rickie FowlerR. Fowler-2+1F71756773286$342,000.00115-
T5-Matt KucharM. Kuchar-2+2F73716874286$342,000.00115-
7-Lee WestwoodL. Westwood-1+1F73717073287$301,500.00100-
T8-Kevin StadlerK. StadlerE+1F70737273288$234,000.0080-
T8-John SendenJ. SendenE+1F72687573288$234,000.0080-
T8-Jimmy WalkerJ. WalkerE-2F70727670288$234,000.0080-
T8-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroyE-3F71777169288$234,000.0080-
T8-Thomas BjornT. BjornE+2F73687374288$234,000.000-
T8-Bernhard LangerB. LangerE-3F72747369288$234,000.0080-
T14-Stewart CinkS. Cink+1-4F73727668289$148,500.0058-
T14-Jamie DonaldsonJ. Donaldson+1-2F73707670289$148,500.000-
T14-Jim FurykJ. Furyk+1+3F74687275289$148,500.0058-
T14-Adam ScottA. Scott+1EF69727672289$148,500.0058-
T14-Henrik StensonH. Stenson+1-2F73727470289$148,500.0058-
T14-Justin RoseJ. Rose+1+2F76706974289$148,500.0058-
T20-Ian PoulterI. Poulter+2+2F76707074290$101,160.0049-
T20-Fred CouplesF. Couples+2+3F71717375290$101,160.0049-
T20-Bill HaasB. Haas+2-2F68787470290$101,160.0049-
T20-Chris KirkC. Kirk+2EF75727172290$101,160.0049-
T20-Jason DayJ. Day+2EF75737072290$101,160.0049-
25-Louis OosthuizenL. Oosthuizen+3EF69757572291$79,200.0046-
T26-Steven BowditchS. Bowditch+4EF74727472292$66,600.0043-
T26-Gary WoodlandG. Woodland+4+4F70776976292$66,600.0043-
T26-Gonzalo Fdez-CastanoG. Fdez-Castano+4+2F75697474292$66,600.0043-
T26-Hunter MahanH. Mahan+4EF74727472292$66,600.0043-
T26-Joost LuitenJ. Luiten+4-5F75737767292$66,600.000-
T31-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer+5+1F75727373293$55,800.0039-
T31-Steve StrickerS. Stricker+5+3F72737375293$55,800.0039-
T31-Russell HenleyR. Henley+5+3F73707575293$55,800.0039-
T34-K.J. ChoiK.J. Choi+6-1F70757871294$48,600.0036-
T34-Jose Maria OlazabalJ. Maria Olazabal+6+1F74747373294$48,600.0036-
T34-Stephen GallacherS. Gallacher+6-2F71728170294$48,600.000-
T37-Brendon de JongeB. de Jonge+7+1F74727673295$40,500.0032-
T37-Billy HorschelB. Horschel+7+1F75727573295$40,500.0032-
T37-Brandt SnedekerB. Snedeker+7-1F70748071295$40,500.0032-
T37-Vijay SinghV. Singh+7+3F75717475295$40,500.0032-
T37-Thongchai JaideeT. Jaidee+7+1F73747573295$40,500.000-
T42-Kevin StreelmanK. Streelman+8+7F72717479296$34,200.0029-
T42-Lucas GloverL. Glover+8+3F75697775296$34,200.0029-
T44-Mike WeirM. Weir+9+1F73727973297$27,972.0025-
T44-Thorbjorn OlesenT. Olesen+9+3F74727675297$27,972.0025-
T44-Sandy LyleS. Lyle+9+1F76727673297$27,972.0025-
T44-Darren ClarkeD. Clarke+9+4F74747376297$27,972.0025-
T44-Nick WatneyN. Watney+9+2F72757674297$27,972.0025-
49-Oliver GossO. Goss+10+3F76717675298$00-
50-Francesco MolinariF. Molinari+11+4F71767676299$23,400.000-
51-Larry MizeL. Mize+16+7F74727979304$22,680.0020-
--Webb SimpsonW. SimpsonCUT---7475----149$00-
--Charl SchwartzelC. SchwartzelCUT---7376----149$00-
--Matthew FitzpatrickM. FitzpatrickCUT---7673----149$00-
--Ryan MooreR. MooreCUT---7772----149$00-
--Sang-Moon BaeS. BaeCUT---7277----149$00-
--Luke DonaldL. DonaldCUT---7970----149$00-
--Sergio GarciaS. GarciaCUT---7475----149$00-
--Marc LeishmanM. LeishmanCUT---7079----149$00-
--Victor DubuissonV. DubuissonCUT---7475----149$00-
--Ernie ElsE. ElsCUT---7574----149$00-
--Phil MickelsonP. MickelsonCUT---7673----149$00-
--Ian WoosnamI. WoosnamCUT---7773----150$00-
--Graeme McDowellG. McDowellCUT---7278----150$00-
--Zach JohnsonZ. JohnsonCUT---7872----150$00-
--D.A. PointsD.A. PointsCUT---7872----150$00-
--Harris EnglishH. EnglishCUT---7476----150$00-
--John HuhJ. HuhCUT---7576----151$00-
--Hideki MatsuyamaH. MatsuyamaCUT---8071----151$00-
--Ken DukeK. DukeCUT---7576----151$00-
--Dustin JohnsonD. JohnsonCUT---7774----151$00-
--Mark O'MearaM. O'MearaCUT---7577----152$00-
--David LynnD. LynnCUT---7874----152$00-
--Angel CabreraA. CabreraCUT---7874----152$00-
--Matteo ManasseroM. ManasseroCUT---7181----152$00-
--Patrick ReedP. ReedCUT---7379----152$00-
--Matt JonesM. JonesCUT---7478----152$00-
--Graham DeLaetG. DeLaetCUT---8072----152$00-
--Derek ErnstD. ErnstCUT---7676----152$00-
--Roberto CastroR. CastroCUT---7380----153$00-
--Chang-woo LeeC. LeeCUT---8073----153$00-
--Branden GraceB. GraceCUT---8469----153$00-
--Trevor ImmelmanT. ImmelmanCUT---7974----153$00-
--Keegan BradleyK. BradleyCUT---7578----153$00-
--Y.E. YangY.E. YangCUT---7777----154$00-
--Jason DufnerJ. DufnerCUT---8074----154$00-
--Jordan NiebruggeJ. NiebruggeCUT---8174----155$00-
--Scott StallingsS. StallingsCUT---7580----155$00-
--Matt EveryM. EveryCUT---7778----155$00-
--Boo WeekleyB. WeekleyCUT---7383----156$00-
--Garrick PorteousG. PorteousCUT---7680----156$00-
--Tim ClarkT. ClarkCUT---7978----157$00-
--Craig StadlerC. StadlerCUT---8277----159$00-
--Tom WatsonT. WatsonCUT---7881----159$00-
--Peter HansonP. HansonCUT---7881----159$00-
--Michael McCoyM. McCoyCUT---7883----161$00-
--Ben CrenshawB. CrenshawCUT---8385----168$00-

Now

Kevin Maguire Golf 

With Jhonattan Vegas' RBC Canadian Open win, he earned his way into the PGA Championship, which starts Thursday at Baltusrol outside New York City. Those who didn't get in to the year's final major ... yet? Here's the list of alternates provided by the PGA of America: 1. Alex Cejka 2. Scott Brown 3. Brian Harman 4. Spencer Levin 5. Jason Gore 6. Sean O'Hair 7. Patrick Rodgers 8. Chad Campbell Interesting (maybe only to me) to note they didn't go down to the ninth alternate, this being the 25th anniversary of John Daly's PGA Championship victory in 1991 at Crooked Stick.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Steve Wheatcroft is the epitome of a guy who's grinded for everything in his career. Almost quit the game last year. Hate to see that.

Bucci Mane @Buccigross

Brandt Snedeker and Dustin Johnson are at the top of the leaderboard, but so is Canadian amateur Jared du Toit

How Nicklaus' legend grew at Baltusrol

A giant needs a worthy stage. Baltusrol was just that for Jack Nicklaus in two of his greatest triumphs. Echoes of past legends

Ron Antonelli/NY Daily News Archive/Getty Images

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Think there might be a little pressure on Jared du Toit on Sunday? Not only is he playing in the final pairing in the final round of his first PGA Tour start, he's a shot off Brandt Snedeker's lead and in a tie for second with U.S. Open champ Dustin Johnson. Oh, and it's du Toit's national open (the RBC Canadian Open) and no Canadian has won the tournament since 1954. Did I mention he's still an amateur? Kids today. No fear.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Amateur Jared du Toit is trying to be only the second Canadian born player to win the RBC Canadian Open. Karl Keffer was the first. He won twice in 1909 and 1914.