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The Masters Records
The Masters Golf Tournament Record Book

Most Wins
6 - Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986)
4 - Arnold Palmer (1958, 1960, 1962, 1964)
4 - Tiger Woods (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005)
3 - Jimmy Demaret (1940, 1947, 1950)
3 - Sam Snead (1949, 1952, 1954)
3 - Gary Player (1961, 1974, 1978)
3 - Nick Faldo (1989, 1990, 1996)
2 - Horton Smith, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Tom Watson, Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, Ben Crenshaw, Jose Maria Olazabal, Phil Mickelson

Wire-to-Wire Winners
Craig Wood (1941)
Arnold Palmer (1960)
Jack Nicklaus (1972)
Raymond Floyd (1976)

Youngest Winner
Tiger Woods, 1997 (21 years, 3 months, 14 days)

Oldest Winner
Jack Nicklaus, 1986 (46 years, 2 months, 23 days)

Most Runner-Up Finishes
4 - Ben Hogan (1942, 1946, 1954, 1955)
4 - Jack Nicklaus (1964, 1971, 1977, 1981)
4 - Tom Weiskopf (1969, 1972, 1974, 1975)
3 - Johnny Miller (1971, 1975, 1981)
3 - Greg Norman (1986, 1987, 1996)
3 - Tom Watson (1978, 1979, 1984)
3 - Raymond Floyd (1985, 1990, 1992)
3 - Tom Kite (1983, 1986, 1997)
2 - Seve Ballesteros, Harry Cooper, Ben Crenshaw, Ernie Els, David Duval, Ralph Guldahl, Davis Love III, Lloyd Mangrum, Cary Middlecoff, Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Sam Snead, Ken Venturi, Craig Wood

Most Top 5 Finishes
15 - Jack Nicklaus
9 - Ben Hogan
9 - Tom Kite
9 - Arnold Palmer
9 - Sam Snead
9 - Tom Watson

Most Top 10 Finishes
22 - Jack Nicklaus
17 - Ben Hogan
15 - Gary Player
15 - Sam Snead
15 - Tom Watson
14 - Byron Nelson

Most Top 25 Finishes
29 - Jack Nicklaus
26 - Sam Snead
22 - Gary Player
22 - Raymond Floyd
21 - Ben Hogan
20 - Byron Nelson

Most Consecutive Years Played
50 - Arnold Palmer, 1955-2004
46 - Doug Ford, 1956-2001
44 - Sam Snead, 1937-1983
44 - Raymond Floyd, 1965-2008
40 - Jack Nicklaus, 1959-1998
35 - Billy Casper, 1957-1991
35 - Ben Crenshaw, 1972-2008

Most Total Years Played
52 - Gary Player, 1957-2009
50 - Arnold Palmer, 1955-2004
49 - Doug Ford, 1952-2001
45 - Billy Casper, 1957-2005
45 - Raymond Floyd, 1965-2009
45 - Jack Nicklaus, 1959-2005
44 - Sam Snead, 1937-1983
42 - Tommy Aaron, 1959-2005
40 - Charles Coody, 1963-2006

Lowest Score, Front 9
30 - Johnny Miller, third round, 1975
30 - Greg Norman, fourth round, 1988
30 - K.J. Choi, second round, 2004

Lowest Score, Back 9
29 - Mark Calcavecchia, fourth round, 1992
29 - David Toms, fourth round, 1998

Lowest Score, 18 Holes
63 - Nick Price, third round, 1986
63 - Greg Norman, first round, 1996

Lowest Amateur Score, 18 Holes
66 - Ken Venturi, 1956, first round

Lowest Senior (50+) Score, 18 Holes
66 - Ben Hogan (age 54), 1967, third round

Lowest Score, 72 Holes
270 - Tiger Woods, 1997
271 - Jack Nicklaus, 1965
271 - Raymond Floyd, 1976
272 - Tiger Woods, 2001
274 - Ben Hogan, 1953
274 - Ben Crenshaw, 1995
274 - David Duval, 2001
275 - Seve Ballesteros, 1980
275 - Fred Couples, 1992
275 - Davis Love III, 1995
275 - Phil Mickelson, 2001

Lowest Amateur Score, 72 Holes
281 - Charles R. Coe, 1961

Lowest First-Year Player Score, 72 Holes
278 - Toshi Izawa, 2001

Lowest Senior Score, 72 Holes
283 - Jack Nicklaus (age 58), 1998

Highest Winning Score
289 - Sam Snead, 1954
289 - Jack Burke, 1956
289 - Zach Johnson, 2007

Most Eagles, Career
24 - Jack Nicklaus
22 - Raymond Floyd

Most Birdies, Career
506 - Jack Nicklaus

Most Birdies, One Round
10 - Nick Price, 1986, third round

Most Birdies, One Tournament
25 - Phil Mickelson, 2001
24 - Jose Maria Olazabal, 1991
24 - Tiger Woods, 2005
23 - Seve Ballesteros, 1980
23 - Tommy Nakajima, 1991
23 - Raymond Floyd, 1992
23 - David Duval, 2001
23 - Tiger Woods, 2001

Most Consecutive Birdies
7 - Steve Pate, 1999, third round
7 - Tiger Woods, 2005, third round
6 - Johnny Miller, 1975, third round
6 - Mark Calcavecchia, 1992, fourth round
6 - David Toms, 1998, fourth round

Lowest Career Scoring Average, 100 or More Rounds
71.98 - Jack Nicklaus
72.20 - Tom Watson
72.89 - Raymond Floyd
72.90 - Gene Littler
73.09 - Ben Crenshaw
73.19 - Byron Nelson
73.37 - Gary Player
73.30 - Sam Snead
73.43 - Craig Stadler
74.46 - Billy Casper
74.53 - Arnold Palmer
75.07 - Tommy Aaron

Lowest Career Scoring Average, 50 or More Rounds
71.00 - Tiger Woods
71.24 - Phil Mickelson
71.92 - Ernie Els
71.97 - Fred Couples
71.98 - Jack Nicklaus
72.01 - Jose Maria Olazabal
72.18 - Hale Irwin
71.19 - Vijay Singh
72.20 - Tom Watson
72.23 - Tom Weiskopf

Largest Lead Lost After Third Round
6 strokes - Greg Norman, 1996
5 strokes - Ed Sneed, 1979
4 strokes - Ken Venturi, 1956

Most Cuts Made
37 - Jack Nicklaus
30 - Gary Player
27 - Raymond Floyd
25 - Ben Crenshaw
23 - Arnold Palmer
23 - Billy Casper
23 - Fred Couples
23 - Tom Watson

Most Consecutive Cuts Made
23 - Gary Player (1959-1982)
23 - Fred Couples (1983-2007)
21 - Tom Watson (1975-1995)
19 - Gene Littler (1961-1980)
19 - Bernhard Langer (1984-2002)
18 - Billy Casper (1960-1977)
15 - Bruce Devlin (1964-1981)
15 - Jack Nicklaus (1968-1982)

Holes-in-One
2008 - Ian Poulter, No. 16, 8-iron
2005 - Trevor Immelman, No. 16, 177 yards, 7-iron
2004 - Kirk Triplett, No. 16, 177 yards, 6-iron
2004 - Padraig Harrington, No. 16, 177 yards, 6-iron
2004 - Chris DiMarco, No. 6, 198 yards, 5-iron
1995 - Raymond Floyd, No. 16, 182 yards, 5-iron
1992 - Jeff Sluman, No. 4, 213 yards, 4-iron
1992 - Corey Pavin, No. 16, 140 yards, 8-iron
1988 - Curtis Strange, No. 12, 155 yards, 7-iron
1972 - Charles Coody, No. 6, 190 yards, 5-iron
1968 - Clive Clark, No. 16, 190 yards, 2-iron
1959 - William Hyndman, No. 12
1954 - Leland Gibson, No. 6
1954 - Billy Joe Patton, No. 6, 190 yards, 5-iron
1949 - John Dawson, No. 16, 190 yards, 4-iron
1947 - Claude Harmon, No. 12, 155 yards, 7-iron
1940 - Ray Billows, No. 16, 145 yards, 8-iron
1935 - Willie Goggin, No. 16, 145 yards, spade mashie
1934 - Ross Somerville, No. 16, 145 yards, mashie niblick

Double Eagles
1935 - Gene Sarazen, fourth round, No. 15, 234 yards, 4-wood
1967 - Bruce Devlin, first round, No. 8, 248 yards, 4-wood
1994 - Jeff Maggert, fourth round, No. 13, 222 yards, 3-iron



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