Masters Tournament       
       
First played: 1934      
Most wins: Jack Nicklaus, 6, 1963, 65, 66, 72, 75, 86      
Consecutive wins: Jack Nicklaus, 1965-66, Sir  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      
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 1st  18 hole score: 63 (-9), Greg Norman, 1996      
Lowest 1st 36 hole score: 131 (-13), Raymond Floyd, 1976      
Lowest middle 36 hole score: 131 (-13), Tiger Woods, 1997, 05      
Lowest final 36 hole score: 131 (-13), Johnny Miller, 1975       
Lowest 1st 54 hole score: 201 (-15), Raymond Floyd, 1976, Tiger Woods, 1997       
Lowest final 54 hole score: 200 (-16), Tiger Woods, 1997      
Lowest 72 hole score: 270 (-18), Tiger Woods, 1997      
Highest winning score: 289 (+1), Sam Snead, 1964, Jack Burke, 1956, Zach Johnson, 2007      
Lowest 72 hole score by a: 275 (-13) Seve Ballesteros, 1980 , Lee Westwood, 2010      
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Lowest score by a non-winner: 274 (-14), David Duval, 2001      
Average winning score since 1934: 279 (-9)      
Wire-to-wire-winners (no ties): Craig Wood, 1941, Arnold Palmer, 1960, Jack Nicklaus, 1972      
 Raymond Floyd, 1976      
Largest 18 hole lead: 5 shots, Craig Wood, 1941      
Largest 36 hole lead: 5 shots, Herman Keiser, 1946, Jack Nicklaus, 1975, Raymond Floyd 1976      
Largest 54 hole lead: 9 shots, Tiger Woods, 1997      
Largest winning margin: 12 shots, Tiger Woods, 1997      
Biggest final round 8 shots, Jackie Burke, 1956      
comeback by a winner:       
Low final round by a winner: 64 (-8), Gary Player, 1978      
Largest final round lead lost: 6 shots, Greg Norman, 1996      
Play-offs: Gene Sarazen beat Craig Wood, 1935      
 Byron Nelson beat Ben Hogan, 1942      
 Sam Snead beat Ben Hogan, 1954      
 Arnold Palmer beat Gary Player and Dow Finsterwald, 1962      
 Jack Nicklaus beat Tommy Jacobs and Gay Brewer, 1966      
 Billy Casper beat Gene Littler, 1970      
 Fuzzy Zoeller beat Ed Sneed and Tom Watson, 1979      
 Craig Stadler beat Dan Pohl, 1982      
 Larry Mize beat Seve Ballesteros and Greg Norman, 1987      
 Sir Nick Faldo beat Scott Hoch, 1989      
 Sir Nick Faldo beat Raymond  Floyd, 1990      
 Mike Weir beat Len Mattiace, 2003      
 Tiger Woods beat Chris DiMarco, 2005      
 Angel Cabrera beat Chad Campbell and Kenny Perry, 2009      
Bubba Watson beat Louis Oosthuizen, 2011
Holes-in-one: 23 since 1934 (16th hole has had the most – 15)      
Albatrosses: 4      
Low cut: 145 (+1), 1979, 92, 95, 2001, 09, 11      
High cut: 154 (+10), 1982      
Average cut: 148 (+4)      
Most appearances: 52, Gary Player, 50 Arnold Palmer      
Most consecutive appearances: 50 Arnold Palmer, 1955-2004      
Most appearances by a  31, Sandy Lyle, 29, Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer      
European Tour Member:       
Most cuts made: 37, Jack Nicklaus      
Most consecutive cuts made: 23, Gary Player, 1959-82, Fred Couples 1983-07      
Most consecutive cuts made (current): 16, Tiger Woods, 1997 onwards      
All-time career money winner Tiger Woods, US$6,834,806      
Most money won by a:       
European Tour Member José Maria Olazábal, $2,4463,302     
Most runner-up finishes: 4, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskopf      
Most top five finishes: 15, Jack Nicklaus       
Most top ten finishes: 22, Jack Nicklaus      
Most consecutive birdies: 7, Steve Pate, 1999, Tiger Woods, 2005      
Most birdies in one round: 11, Anthony Kim, 2009      
Consecutive eagles: Dan Pohl,  1982, Dustin Johnson, 2009, Phil Mickelson, 2010      
Most tournament birdies: 25, Phil Mickelson, 2001      
Most tournament eagles: 4, Bruce Crampton, 1975, Dustin Johnson, 2009, Tiger Woods, 2010      
Birdies on the final hole to win by one: Art Wall, 1959, Arnold Palmer, 1960, Gary Player, 1978,       
 Sandy Lyle, 1988, Mark O’Meara, 1998, Phil Mickelson 2004      
Birdies to win with final putt of the tournament: Arnold Palmer, 1960, Sandy Lyle, 1988, Mark O’Meara, 1998, Phil Mickelson, 2004 and 2010      
Players winning on debut: Horton Smith, 1934, Gene Sarazen, 1935, Fuzzy Zoeller, 1979      
Best finish by an amateur: 2nd, Ken Venturi, 1956, T2, Frank Stranahan, 1947, Charles Coe, 1961      
Best finish by British Amateur Champion Matteo Manassero, 36T, 2010      
and finish as the low amateur       
Low nine holes by an amateur: 31 (-5) Casey Wittenburg, 2004      
Low round by an amateur: 66 (-6), Ken Venturi, 1956      
Low 72 hole score by an amateur: 281 (-7) Charles Coe, 1961

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