Masters 2013: Key numbers from the tournament

0 - Number of Australians to have won the Masters before Adam Scott

0 - Amount of majors Tiger Woods has won when trailing going into the final round

1 - Number of shots needed by Jamie Donaldson at the par-three sixth on Thursday

4 - Major championships won by players using the anchored putters due to be banned in 2016. Scott's win completes the set after Keegan Bradley (2011, US PGA), Webb Simpson (2012 US Open) and Ernie Els (2012 Open)

8 - Tiger Woods's score at the 15th hole on day two - he ended up finishing four shots behind the leaders having been handed a two-shot penalty for an illegal drop in the second round

Masters 2013: Kevin Na's nightmare on par three 12th

10 - Number of shots Kevin Na and Bubba Watson took on the 12th hole on the final day

14 - Guan Tianlang - age of record-breaking youngest ever player at the Masters

14 - Years since a European player won the Masters. Jose Maria Olazabal was the last to taste success in 1999

19 - Nineteen of the last 23 Masters winners have come from the final group. Zach Johnson (2007), Charl Schwartzel (2011), Bubba Watson (2012) and Scott are the exceptions

55 - The age of Bernhard Langer, who had dreams of becoming golf's oldest major champion after starting his round with three straight birdies. He finished two over.

61 - Number of players to make the cut - Ian Poulter, Martin Laird and 2012 runner-up Louis Oosthuizen among those to miss out

68 - Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen shot two rounds of 68 over the weekend, after opening with a 78, to finish as the leading European in joint sixth on his Masters debut

85- highest score of the tournament - Hiroyuki Fujita's second-round score, which included a quadruple bogey on the par-five 13th and three other double bogeys

1.1 million - The prize money in pounds won by Masters champion Adam Scott