The 39-year-old impressed during his tournament debut after an opening round 68 that gave him an early clubhouse lead, before he faltered to a five-over finish on Sunday.
However, Lynn is adamant that he has learned from his mistakes and aims to put them right at his next Masters tournament.
"I need to have more patience," Lynn told Sky Sports News. "I was so disappointed with that round on Saturday, but that was just a couple of bad shots and then you're signing for a score like that around here.
"Today it was playing as easy as it can and it's nice that I could put in a solid performance. It is my first Masters so I'm learning from it and I'll be back to challenge the course again. I'm not a prolific birdie maker, so I guess it is a sort of course that could suit me if I get used to it.
"But just every round you play you can learn new things and it was good getting some rounds under my belt. When you're playing it, it's hard to take it in because you're so zoned in on what you're doing, it's hard to sort of smell the roses if you like. I remember looking at Amen Corner and thinking 'This is awesome'."
Lynn was playing just the third Major of his career at the Masters.