2023 Masters Tournament Winner and Scores

The 2023 Masters Tournament was the 87th playing of this golf tournament. Jon Rahm overcame Brooks Koepka on the final day to win his first Masters title and his second overall major.

Winner: Jon Rahm, 276

Where it was played: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia

Tournament dates: April 6-9 (Thursday-Sunday)

Leaders after first round: Brooks Koepka, Viktor Hovland and Jon Rahm, 65

Leader after second round: Brooks Koepka, 132

Leader after third round: Brooks Koepka, 205

What Happened in the 2023 Masters Tournament

Jon Rahm and Brooks Koepka shared the first-round lead, and they battled for much of the final day before Rahm emerged victorious. Both shot opening-round 65s, but Koepka moved to a 2-stroke lead following a second-round 67.

Due to rain delays, the second round didn't finish until the third day, and third round didn't finish until the final day. At one point in his third round, Koepka got to 13-under. But he finished the third round at 11-under, two in front of second-place Rahm.

In the final round, though, it was all Rahm. He shot 69 to Koepka's 76 and won by four strokes. For Rahm, it was his second career win in a major (after the 2021 U.S. Open) and his 11th overall win on the PGA Tour.

Koepka shared second-place with the surprising Phil Mickelson who, at age 52, shot 65 in the final round. That was a new Masters record for lowest 18-hole score by a 50-and-over golfer. It was also Mickelson's 12th career runner-up finish in a major championship, second only to Jack Nicklaus' 19 career seconds in majors.

The 2023 Masters was the final tournament played by 1987 Masters champ Larry Mize and 1988 Masters winner Sandy Lyle. Both missed the cut.

2023 Masters Final Scores

Jon Rahm65-69-73-69—276
Phil Mickelson71-69-75-65—280
Brooks Koepka65-67-73-75—280
Jordan Spieth69-70-76-66—281
Patrick Reed71-70-72-68—281
Russell Henley73-67-71-70—281
Cameron Young67-72-75-68—282
Viktor Hovland65-73-70-74—282
Sahith Theegala73-70-73-67—283
Matt Fitzpatrick70-72-72-70—284
Scottie Scheffler68-75-71-70—284
Xander Schauffele68-74-71-71—284
Collin Morikawa69-69-74-72—284
Gary Woodland68-72-73-72—285
Patrick Cantlay71-71-68-75—285
Tom Kim70-72-74-70—286
Sungjae Im71-76-67-72—286
Joaquin Niemann71-69-74-72—286
Shane Lowry68-72-73-73—286
Justin Rose69-71-73-73—286
a-Sam Bennett68-68-76-74—286
Hideki Matsuyama71-70-70-75—286
Keegan Bradley70-72-74-71—287
Chris Kirk70-74-72-71—287
K.H. Lee74-67-74-72—287
Tony Finau69-74-73-72—288
Scott Stallings70-77-69-72—288
Ryan Fox70-71-74-73—288
Si Woo Kim73-72-72-72—289
Sam Burns68-71-78-72—289
Harold Varner III72-71-76-70—289
Mackenzie Hughes76-69-74-70—289
Tommy Fleetwood72-71-74-74—291
Tyrrell Hatton71-73-72-76—292
Cameron Smith70-72-75-75—292
Zach Johnson75-70-74-73—292
Talor Gooch72-74-73-73—292
J.T. Poston74-72-76-70—292
Taylor Moore73-72-70-78—293
Abraham Ancer72-71-74-76—293
Adam Scott68-74-77-74—293
Jason Day67-72-74-80—293
Max Homa71-73-72-78—294
Harris English71-71-77-75—294
Mito Pereira74-70-77-73—294
Sepp Straka70-73-74-78—295
Seamus Power73-72-73-77—295
Thomas Pieters74-73-72-77—296
Dustin Johnson71-72-78-75—296
Charl Schwartzel74-73-73-77—297
Fred Couples71-74-76-76—297
Billy Horschel73-74-74-79—300
Keith Mitchell75-71-77-79—302

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