Masters 2012 Purse: Bubba Watson Takes Home Over $1 Million For His Win

Bubba Watson won the Masters in a playoff on Sunday evening, and while he added the prestigious green jacket to his collection, he also added quite a bit to his bank account. Unofficially, Watson earned north of $1.4 million for his victory, while second place finisher Louis Oosthuizen earned $864,000.

Related: Masters 2012 Results: Bubba Watson Wins Playoff To Earn Green Jacket

Here's a breakdown of the money made by the top 10 finishers in the tournament:

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

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The win was the first for Watson in a major.

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