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Scottie Scheffler is now a two-time Masters champion.

The overwhelming favourite heading into the tournament at Augusta National, Scheffler has become just the 18th player to win multiple titles in the Georgia showpiece.

It’s one of the many perks the 27-year-old will get for his effort, repelling Max Homa, Collin Morikawa and Ludvig Aberg in a dramatic final round.

Having already won the Masters, Scheffler has secured his lifetime exemption. So, here’s a breakdown of what the American has earned this year…

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Green Jacket

The most iconic piece of clothing in golf. Scheffler first slipped into the green jacket in 2022 after fending off Cam Smith and whilst he won’t get a new one, it’s still sweet to put it back on. First awarded in 1949, the Masters doesn’t hand out a new one for repeat winners, but at least Scheffler won’t feel guilty wearing it everywhere he goes.

Masters trophy

You might not be familiar with this piece of silverware, but it’s arguably as nice on the eyes. On the go since 1961, the trophy is made up of 900 pieces of solid silver and is a replica of the iconic Augusta National clubhouse. Scheffler can grin with this in his hands again before taking home a smaller replica for his four days of work.

Gold medal

The prizes just keep on coming, and Scheffler will also take home a new gold medal. Featuring a picture of the Founders Circle in front of the clubhouse, Masters champions have been given one of these since 1934, when the first edition of the tournament took place. The medal is just 3.4 inches in diameter.

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A record-breaking cheque

Not that he needs it, but Scheffler has just earned another $3.6 million. That’s right, it’s more than last year, as the Masters announced a $2 million increase to its prize purse. Now sitting at $20 million, the total equals what was handed out at last year’s U.S. Open and is the most in major championship history.

Major exemptions

We think Scheffler would have been okay without these, but he’s not complaining. Already allowed into the Masters for the rest of his life, Scheffler has added five-year exemptions to the other three majors, as well as regular PGA Tour events.

Points, points and more points

Ryder Cup points, world ranking points and FedEx Cup points. He’ll lead Team USA into battle at Bethpage next year, so let’s move past that. But Scheffler will love the 100 world ranking points heading his way, cementing his place at the top of the Official World Golf Rankings (OWGR). Meanwhile, 600 FedEx Cup points are a bonus. Again, bolstering his season-long lead.

Champions Dinner hosting duties

Last year, Scheffler served cheeseburger sliders “Scottie-style” – whatever that means – as well as firecracker shrimp, tortilla soup, texas ribeye steak, blackened redfish, and a warm chocolate chip skillet cookie. What will be on the menu in 2025.

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John Turnbull A graduate of the University of Stirling, John joined the bunkered team in 2023 as a Content Producer, with a responsibility for covering all breaking news, tour news, grassroots content and much more besides. A keen golfer, he plays the majority of his golf at Falkirk Golf Club. Top of his 'bucket list' is a round of Pebble Beach... ideally in the company of Gareth Bale.

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