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1934
   winner of The Masters was   
Horton Smith
1935
   winner of The Masters was   
Gene Sarazen
He scored a 2 (Double Eagle) on par 5 15th Hole in Final Round that year.
1936
   winner of The Masters was   
Horton Smith
First golfer to win The Masters twice
1937
   winner of The Masters was   
Byron Nelson
1938
   winner of The Masters was   
Henry Picard
1939
   winner of The Masters was   
Ralph Guldahl
1940
   winner of The Masters was   
Jimmy Demaret
1941
   winner of The Masters was   
Craig Wood
First golfer to lead The Masters every round and win (wire to wire).
1942
   winner of The Masters was   
Byron Nelson
1946
   winner of The Masters was   
Herman Keiser
1947
   winner of The Masters was   
Jimmy Demaret
1948
   winner of The Masters was   
Claude Harmon
As winner of The Masters he was the last club professional to win any Major tournament
1949
   winner of The Masters was   
Sam Snead
1950
   winner of The Masters was   
Jimmy Demaret
First golfer to win The Masters 3 times
1951
   winner of The Masters was   
Ben Hogan
1952
   winner of The Masters was   
Sam Snead
1953
   winner of The Masters was   
Ben Hogan
1954
   winner of The Masters was   
Sam Snead
1955
   winner of The Masters was   
Cary Middlecoff
A dentist who quit dentistry to play professional golf
1956
   winner of The Masters was   
Jack Burke, Jr
1957
   winner of The Masters was   
Doug Ford
1958
   winner of The Masters was   
Arnold Palmer
1959
   winner of The Masters was   
Art Wall, Jr.
He birdied 5 of last 6 holes in final round to overtake and beat Carey Middlecoff and Arnold Palmer
1960
   winner of The Masters was   
Arnold Palmer
Second golfer to lead The Masters every round and win (wire to wire).
1961
   winner of The Masters was   
Gary Player
First non-American golfer to win The Masters -- first winner from South Africa
1962
   winner of The Masters was   
Arnold Palmer
1963
   winner of The Masters was   
Jack Nicklaus
1964
   winner of The Masters was   
Arnold Palmer
First golfer to win The Masters 4 times
1965
   winner of The Masters was   
Jack Nicklaus
1966
   winner of The Masters was   
Jack Nicklaus
First golfer to win back to back Masters titles
1967
   winner of The Masters was   
Gay Brewer
1968
   winner of The Masters was   
Bob Goalby
University Of Illinois graduate
1969
   winner of The Masters was   
George Archer
6 feet 5½ inches (1.97 m) golfer who was one of the greatest putters of all time
1970
   winner of The Masters was   
Billy Casper
1971
   winner of The Masters was   
Charles Coody
1972
   winner of The Masters was   
Jack Nicklaus
Third golfer to lead The Masters every round and win (wire to wire).
1973
   winner of The Masters was   
Tommy Aaron
1974
   winner of The Masters was   
Gary Player
1975
   winner of The Masters was   
Jack Nicklaus
First golfer to win The Masters 5 times
1976
   winner of The Masters was   
Raymond Floyd
Fourth golfer to lead The Masters every round and win (wire to wire).
1977
   winner of The Masters was   
Tom Watson
1978
   winner of The Masters was   
Gary Player
1979
   winner of The Masters was   
Fuzzy Zoeller
One of three golfers including Horton Smith and Gene Sarazen to win The Masters on their first appearance in it.
1980
   winner of The Masters was   
Severiano Ballesteros
At age 23 he was the youngest winner (at that time) and also the first European golfer to win The Masters
1981
   winner of The Masters was   
Tom Watson
1982
   winner of The Masters was   
Craig Stadler
1983
   winner of The Masters was   
Severiano Ballesteros
First golfer from Spain to win The Masters twice
1984
   winner of The Masters was   
Ben Crenshaw
1985
   winner of The Masters was   
Bernhard Langer
First German golfer to win The Masters
1986
   winner of The Masters was   
Jack Nicklaus
First golfer to win The Masters 6 times
1987
   winner of The Masters was   
Larry Mize
A native of Augusta, Georgia, where The Masters is played, he worked on the 3rd Hole scoreboard as a teenager
1988
   winner of The Masters was   
Sandy Lyle
First golfer from The United Kingdom to win The Masters -- he is best known for his bunker shot on the 18th hole of the final round
1989
   winner of The Masters was   
Nick Faldo
1990
   winner of The Masters was   
Nick Faldo
Second golfer to win back to back Masters titles
1991
   winner of The Masters was   
Ian Woosnam
First golfer representing Wales to win any Major Golf Tournament
1992
   winner of The Masters was   
Fred Couples
1993
   winner of The Masters was   
Bernhard Langer
1994
   winner of The Masters was   
José María Olazábal
1995
   winner of The Masters was   
Ben Crenshaw
1996
   winner of The Masters was   
Nick Faldo
Beneficiary of Greg Norman's "Sunday Collapse" when he came from 6 strokes behind Norman on the final day to win by 5 stokes -- first UK golfer to win The Masters 3 times
1997
   winner of The Masters was   
Tiger Woods
Won by a record 12 strokes, youngest winner at 21, first golfer of African or Asian descent to win The Masters
1998
   winner of The Masters was   
Mark O'Meara
Won his first Major, The Masters at age 41
1999
   winner of The Masters was   
José María Olazábal
Second golfer from Spain to win The Masters twice
2000
   winner of The Masters was   
Vijay Singh
His name means "Victorious Lion", he is of Indian descent born in Fiji
2001
   winner of The Masters was   
Tiger Woods
His win gave him a "Tiger Slam." he was thus the first golfer to hold all 4 Major titles within a 12 month period
2002
   winner of The Masters was   
Tiger Woods
Third golfer to win back to back Masters titles
2003
   winner of The Masters was   
Mike Weir
First Canadian to with The Masters -- first right handed golfer playing left handed to win The Masters
2004
   winner of The Masters was   
Phil Mickelson
Second right handed golfer playing left handed to win The Masters
2005
   winner of The Masters was   
Tiger Woods
Won a playoff with Chris DeMarco to win The Masters for the 3rd time
2006
   winner of The Masters was   
Phil Mickelson
2007
   winner of The Masters was   
Zach Johnson
2008
   winner of The Masters was   
Trevor Immelman
First South African since Gary Player in 1978 to win. Fifth golfer to lead every round and win (wire to wire). Shot -8 to win by 3 strokes over Tiger Woods.
2009
   winner of The Masters was   
Angel Cabrera
First golfer from Argentina to win The Masters. won a "sudden death" playoff with Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell on the second playoff hole.
2010
   winner of The Masters was   
Phil Mickelson
Phil won his third Masters championship
2011
   winner of The Masters was   
Charl Schwartzel
Only the second South African to win the Masters since 1978
2012
   winner of The Masters was   
Bubba Watson
Bubba's first Major championship. He defeated Louis Oosthuizen on the second hole of a sudden death playoff.
2013
   winner of The Masters was   
Adam Scott
His first major championship, he was the first Australian to win in its 77 year history
2014
   winner of The Masters was   
Bubba Watson
U.S.A., -8 by 3 strokes
2015
   winner of The Masters was   
Jordan Spieth
U.S.A., -18 by 4 strokes
2016
   winner of The Masters was   
Danny Willett
England, -5 by 3 strokes


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