How well do you know your Masters stats? Take in a few of these facts and figures and impress your mates down the pub…

Low Round: 63 – Nick Price 1986, third round; Greg Norman 1996, first round
Low first 18: 63 – Greg Norman 1996, first round
Low 36: 131 – Raymond Floyd 1976 (65-66)
Low 54: 201 – Raymond Floyd 1976 (65-66-70); Tiger Woods 1997 (70-66-65)
Low 72: 270 – Tiger Woods 1997 (70-66-65-69)

High Round: 106 – Billy Casper 2005, first round
High 72: 340 – Charles Kunkle 1956 (78-82-85-95)

Most contrasting round: Jack Cupit 1963 (34-48)

Most Birdies in career: 506 – Jack Nicklaus
Most Birdies in single tournament: 25 – Phil Mickelson 2001
Most Consecutive Birdies: 7 – Steve Pate 1999, third round starting on 7th hole; Tiger Woods 2005, third round, starting on 7th hole
Birdies to win the Masters (final putt): Arnold Palmer 1960; Sandy Lyle 1988; Mark O’Meara 1998; Phil Mickelson 2004

Most Eagles in career: 24 – Jack Nicklaus
Most Eagles in single tournament: 4 – Bruce Crampton 1974

Albatrosses: Bruce Devlin, 8th hole 1967, first round (4-wood, 248 yards); Jeff Maggert 13th hole 1994, fourth round (3-iron, 222 yards); Gene Sarazen 15th hole 1935, fourth round (4-wood, 235 yards); Louis Oosthuizen, 2nd hole 2012, fourth round (5-iron, 201 yards)

Did you know?
With his 1997 Masters victory, Tiger Woods set 20 Masters records, including:
Lowest 72-hole score: 270, 18-under-par
Youngest Champion: 21 years
Widest margin of victory: 12 Stokes
Worst start by a champion, first nine holes: 40 (four-over)
Most strokes under par, second nine: 16-under-par
Under par, Amen Corner, four rounds: 7
Most 3s by a champion: 26
Largest lead through 54 holes: nine strokes
Youngest player to shoot 65: 21 years

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