Masters Winners: All Tournament Champions Plus Scores, Trivia

The Masters Tournament was co-founded by Bobby Jones and dates to 1934, when it was played for the first time at Augusta National Golf Club. Below is the list of all Masters winners. The number following the winner's name is his stroke total (playoffs are listed in parentheses).

You can view the final scores of any given tournament by clicking on the year. Also note a few bits of trivia related to Masters champions are included below the list of winners.

List of Masters Tournament Winners

Click on the year to view the final scores and more details from each tournament.

2018: Patrick Reed, 273
2017: Sergio Garcia, 279 (defeated Justin Rose on first playoff hole)
2016: Danny Willett, 283
2015: Jordan Spieth, 270
2014: Bubba Watson, 280
2013: Adam Scott, 279 (defeated Angel Cabrera on second playoff hole)
2012: Bubba Watson, 278 (Watson defeated Louis Oosthuizen on the second playoff hole)
2011: Charl Schwartzel, 274
2010: Phil Mickelson, 272
2009: Angel Cabrera, 276 (Cabrera defeated Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in playoff)
2008: Trevor Immelman, 280
2007: Zach Johnson, 289
2006: Phil Mickelson, 281
2005: Tiger Woods, 276 (Woods defeated Chris DiMarco on first hole of playoff)
2004: Phil Mickelson, 279
2003: Mike Weir, 281 (Weir defeated Len Mattiace on first hole of playoff)
2002: Tiger Woods, 276
2001: Tiger Woods, 272
2000: Vijay Singh, 278
1999: Jose Maria Olazabal, 280
1998: Mark O'Meara, 279
1997: Tiger Woods, 270
1996: Nick Faldo, 276
1995: Ben Crenshaw, 274
1994: Jose Maria Olazabal, 279
1993: Bernhard Langer, 277
1992: Fred Couples, 275
1991: Ian Woosnam, 277
1990: Nick Faldo, 278 (Faldo defeated Ray Floyd on second hole of playoff)
1989: Nick Faldo, 283 (Faldo defeated Scott Hoch on second hold of playoff)
1988: Sandy Lyle, 281
1987: Larry Mize, 285 (Mize defeated Greg Norman and Seve Ballesteros in playoff)
1986: Jack Nicklaus, 279
1985: Bernhard Langer, 282
1984: Ben Crenshaw, 277
1983: Seve Ballesteros, 280
1982: Craig Stadler, 284 (Stadler defeated Dan Pohl on first hole of playoff)
1981: Tom Watson, 280
1980: Seve Ballesteros, 275
1979: Fuzzy Zoeller, 280 (Zoeller defeated Ed Sneed and Tom Watson in playoff)
1978: Gary Player, 277
1977: Tom Watson, 276
1976: Raymond Floyd, 271
1975: Jack Nicklaus, 276
1974: Gary Player, 278
1973: Tommy Aaron, 283
1972: Jack Nicklaus, 286
1971: Charles Coody, 279
1970: Billy Casper, 279 (Casper defeated Gene Littler in 18-hole playoff, 69-74)
1969: George Archer, 281
1968: Bob Goalby, 277
1967: Gay Brewer, 280
1966: Jack Nicklaus, 288 (Nicklaus defeated Tommy Jacobs and Gay Brewer in 18-hole playoff)
1965: Jack Nicklaus, 271
1964: Arnold Palmer, 276
1963: Jack Nicklaus, 286
1962: Arnold Palmer, 280 (Palmer defeated Gary Player and Dow Finsterwald in 18-hole playoff)
1961: Gary Player, 280
1960: Arnold Palmer, 282
1959: Art Wall, 284
1958: Arnold Palmer, 284
1957: Doug Ford, 283
1956: Jack Burke Jr., 289
1955: Cary Middlecoff, 279
1954: Sam Snead, 289 (Snead defeated Ben Hogan in 18-hole playoff, 70-71)
1953: Ben Hogan, 274
1952: Sam Snead, 286
1951: Ben Hogan, 280
1950: Jimmy Demaret, 283
1949: Sam Snead, 282
1948: Claude Harmon, 279
1947: Jimmy Demaret, 281
1946: Herman Keiser, 282
1943-45: Masters Tournament not played due to World War II
1942: Byron Nelson, 280 (Nelson defeated Ben Hogan in 18-hole playoff, 69-70)
1941: Craig Wood, 280
1940: Jimmy Demaret, 280
1939: Ralph Guldahl, 279
1938: Henry Picard, 285
1937: Byron Nelson, 283
1936: Horton Smith, 285
1935: Gene Sarazen, 282 (Sarazen defeated Craig Wood in 36-hole playoff, 144-149)
1934: Horton Smith, 284

A Few Facts and Figures About Masters Winners

All Golfers With Multiple Masters Wins
  • 6 wins: Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986)
  • 4 wins: Arnold Palmer (1958, 1960, 1962, 1964) and Tiger Woods (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005)
  • 3 wins: Jimmy Demaret (1940, 1947, 1950), Sam Snead (1949, 1952, 1954), Gary Player (1961, 1974, 1978), Nick Faldo (1989, 1990, 1996), Phil Mickelson (2004, 2006, 2010)
  • 2 wins: Horton Smith, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Tom Watson, Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, Ben Crenshaw, Jose Maria Olazabal, Bubba Watson
Milestone Masters Winners
  • First 2-time winner: Horton Smith (1934, 1936)
  • First 3-time winner: Jimmy Demaret (1940, 1947, 1950)
  • First 4-time winner: Arnold Palmer (1958, 1960, 1962, 1964)
  • First 5-time and 6-time winner: Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986)
  • First back-to-back winner: Jack Nicklaus (1965, 1966)
  • First non-American winner: Gary Player (1961)
  • First lefthanded winner: Mike Weir (2003)

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