Who won the Masters 2023? Scores and results from this year’s CRAZY tournament at Augusta National
THE MASTERS has sadly come to an end and what an unforgettable year it was.
This year’s prestigious tournament overcame major issues with the weather on Friday and Saturday.
Day 1 ended with Viktor Hovland, Jon Rahm, and Brooks Koepka tied at the top at -7 under par.
Round 2 saw Koepka take a solo lead at -12 under par, while amateur Sam Bennett made a surprise admission into the top three at an eye-opening -8 under par.
Friday’s round was suspended due to treacherous weather conditions at Augusta.
The same happened the following day with play being abandoned at 3:15 local time.
Brooks Keopka eventually ended the penultimate round at this year’s Masters at the top of the leaderboard at -11 under par.
Who won the Masters 2023?
Jon Rahm has claimed his first-ever Green Jacket at this year’s Masters after a fantastic performance at Augusta.
The 28-year-old finished -12 under par at the first major championship of the year.
It’s the Spaniard’s second major of his career with his first coming at the 2021 US Open.
Brooks Koepka was leading going into the final round, but he could only finish tied runner-up with fellow LIV Golf star Phil Mickelson.
When was the Masters 2023?
- The 2023 Masters tournament was held from Thursday, April 6 to Sunday, April 9th.
- Play got underway at 2pm UK time on the opening two days and at 4pm on the final two days.
- It took take place at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
What were the Masters 2023 final standings?
- 1st: Jon Rahm: -12
- T2: Brooks Koepka -8
- T2: Phil Mickelson -8
- T4: Jordan Speith -7
- T4: Patrick Reed -7
- T4: Russell Henley -7
- T7: Cameron Young -6
- T7:Viktor Hovland -6
- 9th: Saith Theegala -5
- T10: Matt Fitzpatrick -4
- T10: Scottie Scheffler -4
- T10: Xander Schauffele -4
- T10: Collin Morikawa -4