The Masters Golf Tournament

History, Facts and Figures for The Masters Golf Tournament

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 09: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson pose after Woods put the green jacket on Mickelson after winning The Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club after the final round on April 9, 2006 in Augusta, Georgia. Mickelson won with the score seven under.
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The Masters, played every year at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., is one of golf's four majors. It is a tournament founded by Bobby Jones and revered by golfers everywhere. Here you'll find tournament history, records and more.

2020 Masters Tournament

2019 Masters Tournament

Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters title, but his first since 2005, by one stroke over a trio of runners-up. Woods entered the final round two behind the leader, but birdies on Holes 13, 15 and 16 propelled him to the victory.

Top 10 Finishers

Tiger Woods, 70-68-67-70—275
Dustin Johnson, 68-70-70-68—276
Xander Shauffele, 73-65-70-68—276
Brooks Koepka, 66-71-69-70—276
Jason Day, 70-67-73-67—277
Webb Simpson, 72-71-64-70—277
Francesco Molinari, 70-67-66-74—277
Tony Finau, 71-70-64-72—277
Jon Rahm, 69-70-71-68—278
Patrick Cantlay, 73-73-64-68—278
Rickie Fowler, 70-71-68-69—278

Learn more about what happened in the 2019 Masters Tournament.

2018 Masters

Patrick Reed won his first major championship, making a three-foot par-saving putt on the final green to claim a one-stroke victory. Reed, who shot 71 in the final round and finished at 15-under 273, survived a rally by runner-up Rickie Fowler and a furious charge by third-place finisher Jordan Spieth. Spieth began the final round nine strokes behind Reed's lead, but tied the tournament's Round 4 scoring record with a 64 to finish at 13-under. Fowler's final-round 67 included a birdie on the last hole to finish at 14-under.

Final Leaders
Patrick Reed, 69-66-67-71—273
Rickie Fowler, 70-72-65-67—274
Jordan Spieth, 66-74-71-64—275
Jon Rahm, 75-68-65-69—277
Cameron Smith, 71-72-70-66—279
Bubba Watson, 73-69-68-69—279
Henrik Stenson, 69-70-70-70—279
Rory McIlroy, 69-71-65-74—279

Learn more about what happened in the 2018 Masters Tournament.

Masters History

Check the list of Masters winners through the years, going back to the first tournament in 1934. You can also find tournament scores and recaps here for every Masters played.

Masters Records
Look through this interesting list of tournament records. You're sure to find some interesting facts.

Par-3 Contest Facts and Winners
Find out when the Par-3 Contest began and which golfers have won it every year since. There are some surprises.

Masters Rankings

A lot of the golfers you'd expect to win The Masters did, in fact, win the tournament. But not all of them!

About Augusta National

Augusta National Golf Club is one of the most-famous golf courses in the world. Check out photos of and info about the home of the Masters golf tournament:

Masters Trivia and Traditions

The Masters has many popular annual traditions, such as honorary starters and skipping balls across the water on No. 16.

Champions Dinner and Menus
What's been on the dinner menu at past Champions Dinners? Here's a roundup of recent offerings.

27 Great Quotes about The Masters
They said what? Some of these quotes are just plain funny, others provide insight into the tournament or golf course. Here are 27 of the best things anyone ever said about The Masters.

And More ...

Masters FAQ
We've spotlighted entries in our Masters FAQ throughout this page above. But here you'll find more answers to commonly asked questions about the tournament, its history and about Augusta National Golf Club.

How to Get Masters Tickets
How do you go about getting Masters tickets? Hint: you'll need a lot of luck, and a lot of money.

Traveling to Augusta? Airports and driving miles