| Location: Augusta National Golf Course
Dates: April 2-8, 2018
The Masters Tournament has
been going on for over 70 years and is widely considered to
be the premier golf tournament in the United States. It
is a four day tournament, with 18 holes played each day
and no qualifying rounds.
Augusta Golf Course - Home of the PGA U.S.
Bobby Jones and
Clifford Roberts decided to hold a golf tournament in
1934. The tournament was originally called the Augusta
National Invitation Tournament, but the name changed in
1939 when Clifford Roberts, one of the owners of the
Augusta National Course, was able to change the name
to "The Masters".
Since the beginning Roberts
suggested calling it the Masters, but Jones thought that
was overreaching a bit so they settled on the name
Augusta National Invitation Tournament.
drawing a field of what was indeed the masters of the
game of golf for five years in a row, they switched back
to the original name and in 1939 the Masters Pro Golf
Tournament was played at Augusta National Golf Club in
The Masters was first
televised in 1956, but only for the last three holes of
the course. In 1967, the Masters was televised for the
first time overseas, when the BBC used satellite to
transmit it to millions of viewers around the world.
The Masters has been played every
year since then except for 1943, 1944 and 1945 when
cattle were allowed to graze on the greens to help the
war effort. The winner of the Masters is awarded the
The Masters Golf Green jacket
In addition to a cash award, the winner of the
tournament is presented with a distinctive green jacket,
awarded since 1949, and highly coveted among
professional golfers. The green coat is actually the
official coat worn by members of Augusta National while
on the club grounds; each Masters winner becomes an
honorary member of the club. Winners keep their jacket
for the first year after their first victory, then
return it to the club to wear during tournament week
each following year. The tradition that began in 1949,
when Sam Snead was the winner. The Green Jacket is only
allowed to be removed from Augusta National by the
reigning champion, after which it must remain at the
club. The only exception to this rule is Gary Player,
who failed to return his jacket after his 1961 victory,
despite the club's insistence that he do so.
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Masters Golf Results and Winners
2017 Masters Tournament Winner
Sergio Garcia won the Masters Tournament 2017 for his first career major title. Garcia and Justin Rose finished 72 holes at Augusta National Golf Club tied at 9-under diference.
2016 Masters Tournament Winner
The 2016 Masters Tournament was the 80th edition of the Masters Tournament, held April 7-10 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Danny Willett won his first major championship, three strokes ahead of runners-up Lee Westwood and defending champion Jordan Spieth.
2015 Masters Tournament Winner
Defending champion Bubba Watson presents Jordan Spieth with the champion's green jacket after he won the 2015 Masters Tournament on April 12 in Augusta, Georgia. A bogey at the last hole meant Jordan Spieth matched Tiger Woods' record winning total of 18 under par, set in 1997.
2014 Masters Tournament Winner
Bubba Watson made two straight birdies, Spieth took back-to-back bogeys and suddenly Watson was up by two strokes at the turn.
2013 Masters Tournament Winner
Adam Scott wins 2013 Masters for first major PGA title. Scott tee shot on the filthy-hard, par-4 11th when he was paired with Jason Dufner on Saturday. With a final-round 3-under-par 69, highlighted by a birdie from 25 feet on the 72nd hole and a great break on the 13th hole when his ball didn't roll into Rae's Creek and he walked away with a fortunate birdie
2012 Masters Tournament Winner
Bubba Watson wins the US Masters at Augusta and claimed his first major, beating Louis Oosthuizen in a sudden-death play-off. Watson hit four consecutive birdies on the back nine to move to 10-under alongside Oosthuizen, who earlier hit the fourth-ever albatross at the Masters, and force extra holes to decide a winner.
2011 US Masters Winner:
Charl Schwartzel, a 26-year-old South African, won the 2017 Masters Tournament with a final score of 13-under. Schwartzel entered the day at eight-under but moved to 11-under following a birdie on the first hole of the day and an eagle two holes later. A bogey put him at 10-under, but he came on strong in holes No. 15-18, making birdie on all four to go to 14-under.
2010 US Masters Winner:
Phil Mickelson delights Augusta by overshadowing Tiger Woods. Phil Mickelson soaked up a scene he knows all too well as he climbed the steep hill toward the 18th green at Augusta National to claim another green jacket. Only when he rapped in one last birdie for a 3-stroke victory did this Masters get even better.
The signature moment came on the 13th, a hole Mickelson has dominated like no other at Augusta. With a 2-shot lead, he was stuck between two Georgia pines and had just over 200 yards to the hole. He never considered anything but a shot at the green.
2009 US Master Winner:
In continuing with the trend of surprise winners at
the US Masters golf tournament, Angel Cabrera became
the latest US Masters winner in 2009.
Kenny Perry seemed to have it in his grasp but he
contrived to bogie both 17 and 18 under intense
pressure to fall back into the play-off. The
Play-Off was a tense affair that first saw Campbell
get eliminated and then Perry to give Angel Cabrera
the famous Green Jacket in a thrilling finish.
Cabrera was solid all week and he became the first
Argentine ever to win the US Masters in what is
likely to be the highlight of his career.
2008 US Master Winner:
For the second year in a row, we
have a Masters champion who didn't seem to have the
credentials to win such a prestigious tournament.
Last year, it was Zach Johnson, who had won only a
single PGA Tour event before his victory at Augusta
National. Now, it is Immelman, also a winner of just
one title before Sunday, looking as though he was
made to wear a green jacket.
Immelman slept on the lead for three nights,
something not accomplished by a champion here since Seve
Ballesteros in 1980. Immelman, a 28-year-old with a
polished swing, who finally realized his potential in
the wicked wind of Augusta and a final round that
yielded only four rounds under par.
Immelman certainly had a fine résumé. After last year's
Wachovia Championship on the PGA Tour, he had risen to
No. 12 in the Official World Golf Ranking. He was coming
off a 2006 rookie of the year season, when he won the
Western Open. And he had won three European Tour titles.
Immelman is the sixth player since 1997 to win his first
major at The Masters, but that list includes Woods, Mark
O'Meara, Mike Weir and Phil Mickelson, all of whom built
a reputation before winning at Augusta National.
And he joins a long list of surprise major
championship winners, especially in recent years.
Zach Johnson 2007
Zach Johnson proved
that when he plays his own game, he's capable of winning
at golf's highest levels. Johnson, a 31-year-old Iowan,
played the round of his life at Augusta National Golf
Club. Challenged by some of the game's greatest
champions, among them four-time winner Tiger Woods and
two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen, Johnson
relied on his skill, guile and heart to shoot a final
round three-under-par 69 for a 289 total, and a two-shot
victory in the Masters.
At the 2006 Masters golf tournament, Phil Mickelson was
avoiding mistakes and taking advantage of the occasional
birdie opportunity, Phil Mickelson broke free of a pack
full of most of the greatest players of the modern era
on the back nine at Augusta National to win the 70th
Masters. Mickelson earned his second Masters title in
three years, and his third overall major out of the last
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