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Friday, 19 March 2010
First played:
1934
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Most wins:
6 – Jack Nicklaus – 1963, 65, 66, 72, 75 , 86
.
Consecutive wins:
Jack Nicklaus – 1965-66,
Nick Faldo – 1989-90
Tiger Woods, 2001-02
.
Youngest winner:
Tiger Woods – 21 and 104 days, 1997
.
Oldest winner:
Jack Nicklaus – 46 and 82 days, 1986
.
Oldest first-time winner:
Mark O’Meara – 41 and 89 days, 1998
.
To win on first appearance:
Horton Smith, 1934, Gene Sarazen, 1935, Fuzzy Zoeller, 1979
(Tiger Woods won on his first attempt as a professional in 1997,
having played twice as an amateur in 1995 and 96)
.
Lowest 9 hole score:
29 (-7), Mark Calcavecchia, 1992, David Toms, 1998
.
Lowest 18 hole score:
63 (-9), Nick Price, 1986, Greg Norman, 1996
.
Lowest first 18 hole score:
63 (-9), Greg Norman, 1996
.
Lowest first 36 hole score:
131 (-13), Ray Floyd, 1976
.
Lowest middle 36 hole score:
131 (-13), Tiger Woods, 1997
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Lowest final 36 hole score:
131 (-13), Johnny Miller, 1975
.
Lowest first 54 hole score:
201 (-15), Ray Floyd, 1976, Tiger Woods, 1997
.
Lowest final 54 hole score:
200 (-16), Tiger Woods, 1997
.
Lowest 72 hole score:
270 (-18), Tiger Woods, 1997
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Lowest under par winning score:
270 (-18), Tiger Woods, 1997
.
Lowest final round by a winner:
64 (-8), Gary Player, 1978
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Wire-to-wire-winners:
Craig Wood, 1941, Arnold Palmer, 1960,
Jack Nicklaus, 1972, Ray Floyd, 1976
.
Largest winning margin:
12 shots – Tiger Woods, 1997
.
Biggest final round comeback by a winner:
8 shots – Jack Burke, 1956
.
Most cuts made:
37 – Jack Nicklaus
.
Most consecutive cuts made:
23 – Gary Player (1959-82)
.
Longest active streak:
19 – Bernhard Langer (since 1983)
.
Most appearances:
49 – Doug Ford
.
Most consecutive appearances:
48 – Arnold Palmer (1955-2002)
.
Most runner-up finishes:
4 – Ben Hogan, 1942, 46, 54, 55
4 – Jack Nicklaus, 1964, 71, 77, 81
4 – Tom Weiskopf, 1969, 72, 74, 75
.
Most top 5 finishes:
15 – Jack Nicklaus
.
Most top 10 finishes:
22 – Jack Nicklaus
.
Most birdies in one round:
10 – Nick Price, 1986
.
Most birdies during event:
25 – Phil Mickelson, 2001
.
Most consecutive birdies:
7 – Steve Pate, 1999
.
Birdies to win Masters:
Art Wall, 1959, Arnold Palmer, 1960, Gary Player, 1978,
Sandy Lyle, 1988, Mark O’Meara, 1998
.
Best Amateur finish:
2nd – Ken Venturi, 1956, T2nd – Frank Stranahan, 1947,
Charles Coe, 1961
.
Low amateur round:
66 (-6), Ken Venturi, 1956
.
Low amateur 72 hole score:
281 (-7), Charles Coe, 1961
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Play-offs:
11
.
Holes-in-one:
14
.
Albatrosses:
3
.
Low cut:
145 (+1), 1979, 92, 95, 01
.
High cut:
154 (+10), 1982

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