Earlier Sunday, China's 14-year-old sensation Guan Tianglang finished his momentous week with a three-over 75 to leave him 12-over for the tournament.
Guan, the youngest ever player to make the cut, received the Silver Cup after finishing as the leading amateur.
"It's not easy to play here and make the cut and be the low amateur and I think I did a pretty good job," Guan told reporters.
"I'm a little bit tired today. There are still a lot of things to improve. My short game is good, but I could still get better and my driving has to get a little bit longer. Yes, everything needs to improve."
Defending champion Bubba Watson endured a nightmare final round, dunking his ball into the water on three separate occasions at Rae's Creek.
Watson hit a seven-over 10 on the 12th -- Augusta's shortest hole at just 155-yards.
"If you're not going to win, you've got to get in the record books somehow," Watson told reporters after carding a final round 77, seven-over for the tournament.
"So I'm a guy that got a double digit score on a par three."