Who wins what at the US Masters?

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Played every April at the Augusta National Golf Club, the US Masters is one of the most famous tournaments in the golfing calendar. Players compete for the ultimate accolade of wearing the Green Jacket and taking away a replica of the iconic Masters Trophy, but there are plenty of other trophies and awards to be had too.

The Silver Cup

Presented to the low amateur who makes the cut, the Silver Cup was first awarded in 1952. It is a cup-shaped trophy made from silver, which sits upon a black plinth. It is also known as The Low Amateur Trophy.

The Par-3 Contest trophy

Traditionally played one day before the Master’s competition begins, the Par-3 Contest trophy is a large engraved crystal bowl. Played over nine holes, golfers can use their children as caddies so the whole day becomes family-orientated. The award was first introduced in 1960.

Additional engraved awards

A silver medal and silver salver are awarded to the tournament runner up, and the second low amateur also receives a silver medal. Engraved crystal awards are presented for the lowest daily round, any hole-in-ones that are played, and any double-eagles that are scored. Each one receives a crystal bowl or vase engraved with the Masters logo. Two engraved crystal goblets are also awarded to every golfer who plays an eagle. They too have the Master logo engraved on them.

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