What is the best round at Augusta?
Here’s a look at some of the best rounds in Masters history before the 2012 Masters begins on Thursday.
- Jack Nicklaus: 1986. 10 of 10.
- Nick Price: 1986. 9 of 10.
- Gary Player: 1978. 8 of 10.
- Jack Nicklaus: 1965. 7 of 10.
- Greg Norman: 1996. 6 of 10.
- Charl Schwartzel: 2011. 5 of 10.
- Hale Irwin: 1975. 4 of 10.
- Jason Day: 2011. 3 of 10.
What is the lowest 72 hole score at the Masters?
Any time a golfer can break a record held by Tiger Woods, that’s about as good as it gets. That’s what Dustin Johnson accomplished at the 2020 Masters. His 72-hole score of 268 (20-under par) is the lowest such score in the history of a tournament that’s been played 84 times.
Who has shot 64 at the Masters?
Webb Simpson and Patrick Cantlay also shot 64, the first time in Masters history three rounds of 64 or better were shot on the same day. The field combined to shoot 80-under for the round, the lowest in tournament history.
What is the lowest ever score at Augusta?
The lowest winning score, with 268, 20-under-par, was scored by Dustin Johnson in 2020. The highest winning score of 289 (+1) was originally set by Sam Snead in 1954, it was equalled by Jack Burke Jr. in 1956, and Zach Johnson in 2007.
What is the biggest win in the Masters?
On April 13, 1997, 21-year-old Tiger Woods wins the prestigious Masters Tournament by a record 12 strokes in Augusta, Georgia.
What was Tiger Woods lowest score?
The number 63 is a magic one in major championships, and Woods put his name next to that score (the lowest in major championship history) with a sizzling second round at the PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.
Who has the lowest score in the Masters?
The lowest winning score, with 268, 20-under-par, was scored by Dustin Johnson in 2020.