2003 Masters Tournament Results

The 2003 Masters was the 67th one played. And when Mike Weir won, he became the tournament's first Canadian, and first left-handed, champion.

Winner: Mike Weir, 281

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

Tournament dates: April 10-13, 2003

Leader after first round: Darren Clarke, 66

Leader after second round: Mike Weir, 138

Leader after third round: Jeff Maggert, 211

Notable Notes: Mike Weir had a 4-stroke lead after 36 holes, then shot 75 to lose the lead in the third round. In the final round, Weir bounced back with a 68, but was tied by Len Mattiace, who shot a fourth-round 65.

Neither player played the first playoff hole (Augusta's 10th) well, but Weir survived with a bogey to beat Mattiace's double-bogey.

Final Scores

x-Mike Weir 70-68-75-68—281
Len Mattiace 73-74-69-65—281
Phil Mickelson 73-70-72-68—283
Jim Furyk 73-72-71-68—284
Jeff Maggert 72-73-66-75—286
Ernie Els 79-66-72-70—287
Vijay Singh 73-71-70-73—287
Scott Verplank 76-73-70-69—288
Mark O'Meara 76-71-70-71—288
Jonathan Byrd 74-71-71-72—288
Jose Maria Olazabal 73-71-71-73—288
David Toms 71-73-70-74—288
Retief Goosen 73-74-72-70—289
Tim Clark 72-75-71-71—289
Davis Love III 77-71-71-71—290
Angel Cabrera 76-71-71-72—290
Paul Lawrie 72-72-73-73—290
Rich Beem 74-72-71-73—290
K.J. Choi 76-69-72-73—290
Tiger Woods 76-73-66-75—290
a-Ricky Barnes 69-74-75-73—291
Bob Estes 76-71-74-71—292
Brad Faxon 73-71-79-70—293
Adam Scott 77-72-74-70—293
Scott McCarron 77-71-72-73—293
Chris Riley 76-72-70-75—293
Nick Price 70-75-72-76—293
Sergio Garcia 69-78-74-73—294
Charles Howell III 73-72-76-73—294
Darren Clarke 66-76-78-74—294
a-Hunter Mahan 73-72-73-76—294
Fred Couples 73-75-69-77—294
Kevin Sutherland 77-72-76-70—295
Loren Roberts 74-72-76-73—295
Nick Faldo 74-73-75-73—295
Rocco Mediate 73-74-73-75—295
Shingo Katayama 74-72-76-74—296
Billy Mayfair 75-70-77-74—296
Kenny Perry 76-72-78-71—297
Robert Allenby 76-73-74-74—297
Justin Rose 73-76-71-77—297
Phil Tataurangi 75-70-74-78—297
Craig Parry 74-73-75-75—297
Jeff Sluman 75-72-76-75—298
Pat Perez 74-73-79-75—301
a-Ryan Moore 73-74-75-79—301
John Rollins 74-71-80-77—302
Jerry Kelly 72-76-77-79—304
Craig Stadler 76-73-79-77—305

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