Tiger Woods won the 2019 Masters tournament last weekend, taking not only the famous Green Jacket but also a prize of just over $2million (£1.5million).
The Masters 2019 was the 83rd edition of the tournament and the first of the four major competitions in the golfing calendar this year.
This win secured Woods’ fifth Green Jacket as he took the top spot one stroke ahead of three runners up.
Francesco Molinari had held the lead for 11 of the 18 holes before his tee shot on the 12th came up short and rolled into Rae’s Creek.
This led to a double bogey and a tie with Tiger Woods at 11 under par.
Molinari hit into the water a second time at the 15th, whilst Woods birdied the hole.
Woods’ streak continued until at the 18th he needed just a bogey to win, finally finishing 13 under par – a stroke ahead of Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka.
This win made Woods the fifth player to have had a gap of more than a decade between major wins.
Woods bagged himself a staggering windfall of a little over $2million, whilst tied runners up Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka will take $858,666.67 (£657,566.94) each.
Jason Day, Webb Simpson, Francesco Molinari and Tony Finau won $403,937.50 (£309,335.34) each, whilst Jon Rahm, Patrick Cantlay, Rickie Fowler took home $310,500 (£237,780.90) each.
The total pot in the Masters is worth $11.5million, with competitors all the way down to 50th place taking home a cut.
Masters prize money by position