1993 Masters Tournament Winner and Scores

The 1993 Masters was the 57th time this tournament was played. And when Bernhard Langer won, it was his second victory at The Masters. Langer had a 4-stroke lead over Chip Beck and Dan Forsman entering the final round, and he ended it with a 4-stroke win over Beck.

Winner: Bernhard Langer, 277

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

Tournament dates: April 8-11, 1993

Leader after first round: Jack Nicklaus, Lee Janzen, Tom Lehman, Corey Pavin and Larry Mize, 67

Leader after second round: Jeff Maggert, 137

Leader after third round: Bernhard Langer, 207

What Happened at the 1993 Masters Tournament

Bernhard Langer posted all four rounds at 70 or lower and was in comfortable control for much of the final nine holes en route to the victory. Langer finished at 11-under 277, four strokes ahead of runner-up Chip Beck.

Langer took the lead on the 38th hole of the tournament, early in the third round, and never relinquished it. Langer was being chased by Beck and Dan Forsman — who both started the final round four behind Langer — as the players reached the back nine on Sunday. But Forsman fell away with a quadruple bogey on the 12th hole. And Beck's chances fell away when Langer eagled the 13th and birdied the 15th holes.

This was Langer's second win in a major championship. His first was at the 1985 Masters.

John Daly tied for third at the 1993 Masters, Daly's best finish in The Masters and his only finish inside the Top 10 in this tournament. Jack Nicklaus caused much excitement by sharing the first-round lead, but finished well down the scoreboard.

Lanny Wadkins, the 1977 PGA Championship winner, tied for third for the third time in four years at The Masters. But it was his last Top 10 finish in a major.

1993 Masters Final Scores

Bernhard Langer 68-70-69-70—277
Chip Beck 72-67-72-70—281
Steve Elkington 71-70-71-71—283
John Daly 70-71-73-69—283
Tom Lehman 67-75-73-68—283
Lanny Wadkins 69-72-71-71—283
Dan Forsman 69-69-73-73—284
Jose Maria Olazabal 70-72-74-68—284
Brad Faxon 71-70-72-72—285
Payne Stewart 74-70-72-69—285
Corey Pavin 67-75-73-71—286
Fuzzy Zoeller 75-67-71-73—286
Scott Simpson 72-71-71-72—286
Raymond Floyd 68-71-74-73—286
Anders Forsbrand 71-74-75-66—286
Seve Ballesteros 74-70-71-72—287
Howard Twitty 70-71-73-73—287
Mark Calcavecchia 71-70-74-72—287
Jeff Sluman 71-72-71-73—287
Sandy Lyle 73-71-71-73—288
Fred Couples 72-70-74-72—288
Mark O'Meara 75-69-73-71—288
Jeff Maggert 70-67-75-76—288
Russ Cochran 70-69-73-76—288
Larry Mize 67-74-74-73—288
Hale Irwin 74-69-74-72—289
Joey Sindelar 72-69-76-72—289
Nolan Henke 76-69-71-73—289
Bruce Lietzke 74-71-71-74—290
Andrew Magee 75-69-70-76—290
Greg Norman 74-68-71-77—290
Jack Nicklaus 67-75-76-72—290
Ian Woosnam 73-74-74-69—290
Craig Stadler 73-74-69-75—291
Gene Sauers 74-71-75-71—291
Phil Mickelson 72-71-75-73—291
Jay Haas 70-73-75-74—292
Keith Clearwater 74-70-75-74—293
Lee Janzen 67-73-76-77—293
Ted Schulz 69-76-76-72—293
Duffy Waldorf 72-75-73-73—293
Jay Don Blake 71-74-73-76—294
Nick Faldo 71-76-80-67—294
Tom Watson 71-75-73-75—294
Joe Ozaki 74-70-78-72—294
Jumbo Ozaki 75-71-77-71—294
Bob Gilder 69-76-78-71—294
Craig Parry 69-72-75-78—294
Gil Morgan 72-74-72-77—295
Brett Ogle 70-74-71-80—295
Colin Montgomerie 71-72-78-75—296
David Peoples 73-73-78-74—298
David Edwards 73-73-76-76—298
Ian Baker-Finch 73-72-73-80—298
Davis Love III 73-72-76-77—298
Gary Hallberg 72-74-78-75—299
Charles Coody 74-72-75-78—299
John Cook 84-67-75-75—301
John Huston 68-74-84-75—301
Gary Player 71-76-75-80—302
Billy Andrade 73-74-80-76—303

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