1934 Masters Tournament Winner and Scores

The 1934 Masters Tournament was the very first one. It was originally named the Augusta National Invitation Tournament.

Winner: Horton Smith, 284

Where it was played: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia

Tournament dates: March 22-25, 1934

Leader after first round: Emmet French, Jimmy Hines and Horton Smith, 70

Leader after second round: Horton Smith, 142

Leader after third round: Horton Smith, 212

Notable Notes: Who was the very first Masters champion? Horton Smith, who shared or held the lead after each round. Smith secured the win with a 10-foot birdie putt on the next-to-last hole, and edged runner-up Craig Wood by one stroke. Tournament co-founder Bobby Jones finished tied for 13th. This was the only Masters played entirely in March (one other Masters started in March). ... Ralph Stonehouse played the first shot in Masters history and finished 16th. ... Ross Somerville made the first hole-in-one in Masters history on the 16th hole during the second round.

Final Scores

Horton Smith 70-72-70-72—284
Craig Wood 71-74-69-71—285
Billy Burke 72-71-70-73—286
Paul Runyan 74-71-70-71—286
Ed Dudley 74-69-71-74—288
Willie MacFarlane 74-73-70-74—291
Al Espinosa 75-70-75-72—292
Jimmy Hines 70-74-74-74—292
Harold McSpaden 77-74-72-69—292
Macdonald Smith 74-70-74-74—292
Mortie Dutra 74-75-71-73—293
Al Waltrous 74-74-71-74—293
Walter Hagen 71-76-70-77—294
Bobby Jones 76-74-72-72—294
Denny Shute 73-73-76-72—294
Leo Diegel 73-72-74-76—295
Ralph Stonehouse 74-70-75-76—295
Ky Laffoon 72-79-72-73—296
Johnny Revolta 75-72-75-74—296
Bill Schwartz 75-72-71-78—296
Johnny Golden 71-75-74-77—297
a-Charlie Yates 76-72-77-72—297
a-Johnny Dawson 74-73-76-75—298
Henry Picard 71-76-75-76—298
Henry Ciuci 74-73-74-78—299
Tom Creavy 74-73-80-72—299
Vic Ghezzi 77-74-74-74—299
Bobby Cruickshank 74-74-80-72—300
Jim Foulis 78-74-76-72—300
Mike Turnesa 75-74-77-74—300
Charles Lacey 74-73-80-74—301
John Kinder 77-76-74-76—303
Phil Perkins 74-76-76-78—304
a-George Dunlap 76-75-78-77—306
Joe Turnesa 75-75-77-79—306
Johnny Farrell 77-80-78-72—307
Joe Paletti 73-79-75-80—307
Errie Ball 74-75-74-86—309
Abe Espinosa 76-77-75-81—309
Gene Kunes 80-76-78-75—309
David Ogilvie 79-75-77-78—309
Tom Kerrigan 76-78-80-79—310
George Kerrigan 84-74-76-77—311
a-Ross Somerville 82-78-74-77—311
a-Willie Turnesa 75-78-80-79—312
Sam Parks Jr. 79-81-79-74—313
John Perelli 79-77-79-78—313
W.D. Fondren 79-79-74-83—315
a-Billy Howell 76-80-83-76—315
Fred McLeod 80-81-79-76—316
George Sargent 80-76-82-78—316
Charles Hall 79-81-77-80—317
George Jacobus 79-80-77-81—317
a-Walter Emery 77-76-82-84—319
a-Sam Perry 77-81-80-81—319
Jim Vincent 80-80-77-82—319
Willie Dow 81-79-80-80—320
a-Jess Sweetser 80-82-81-78—321
a-C.T. Wilson 80-83-80-79—322
a-Bayard Mitchell 84-79-84-85—332
Cyril Walker 88-85-81-80—334

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