Masters 2012 Purse: Bubba Watson Takes Home $1.4 Million For Tournament Win

By winning the 2012 Masters Tournament, Bubba Watson not only takes home the green jacket but also pockets $1.44 million in prize money for his efforts. The 2012 Masters featured a purse of $8 million dollars that was split up to where the top 20 players earned at least $100,000.

Runner-up Louis Oosthuizen might be disappointed with his second place finish but he takes home $864,000. Four players tied for third place including former Georgia Tech alum Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson who all take home $284,000.

Here is a look at the unofficial results for the Top 10 money winners at the 2012 Masters:

1st: Bubba Watson, $1,440,000
2nd, Louis Oosthuizen $864,000
T-3rd, Lee Westwood, $284,000
T-3rd, Matt Kuchar, $284,000
T-3rd, Peter Hanson, $284,000
T-3rd, Phil Mickelson, $284,000
7th, Ian Poulter, $268,0000
T-8, Adam Scott, $244,000
T-8, Padraig Harrington, $244,000
T-8, Justin Rose, $244,000

Follow our updates on the Masters at the story stream here. For additional news and notes around the PGA tour, visit the SB Nation golf hub page as well as Waggle Room.

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