A run-down of facts & figures from the Masters at Augusta National

Last Updated: 02/04/14 5:38pm

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Three Augusta National legends: (L-R) Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus

Three Augusta National legends: (L-R) Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus

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A run-down of facts and figures from the season's opening major - the Masters at Augusta National.

Most wins: 6 - Jack Nicklaus
Youngest winner: 21 - Tiger Woods, 1997
Oldest winner: 46 - Jack Nicklaus, 1986
Lowest total: 270 (18 under) - Tiger Woods, 1997
Biggest winning margin: 12 shots - Tiger Woods, 1997
Lowest round: 63 - Nick Price (1986), Greg Norman (1996)
Lowest front nine: 30 - Johnny Miller (1975), Greg Norman (1988), KJ Choi (2004), Phil Mickelson (2009)
Lowest back nine: 29 - Mark Calcavecchia (1992), David Toms (1998)
Lowest first 36 holes: 131 - Ray Floyd (1976)
Lowest last 36 holes: 131 - Johnny Miller (1975)
Low first round: 63 - Greg Norman (1986)
Low second round: 64 - Miller Barber (1979), Jay Haas (1995)
Low third round: 63 - Nick Price (1986)
Low final round: 64 - Maurice Bembridge (1974), Hale Irwin (1975), Gary Player (1978), Greg Norman (1988), David Toms (1998)

Highest winning score: 289 (one over) - Sam Snead (1954), Jack Burke (1956), Zach Johnson (2007)

Highest round: 95 - Charles Kunkle (1956)

Highest total: 340 (62 over) - Charles Kunkle (1956)
Best final-round comeback to win: 8 - Jack Burke (1956)
Highest last round to win: 75 - Arnold Palmer (1962), Trevor Immelman (2008)
Debut winners: Horton Smith (1934), Gene Sarazen (1935), Fuzzy Zoeller (1979)
Consecutive winners: Jack Nicklaus (1965-66), Nick Faldo (1989-90), Tiger Woods (2001-02)
Biggest 18-hole lead: 5 - Craig Wood (1941)
Biggest 36-hole lead: 5 - Herman Keiser (1946), Jack Nicklaus (1975), Ray Floyd (1976)
Biggest 54-hole lead: 9 - Tiger Woods (1997)
Most attempts before win: 15 - Mark O'Meara (1998)
Most birdies: 506 - Jack Nicklaus
Most birdies in a round: 10 - Nick Price (1986)
Most birdies in a tournament: 25 - Phil Mickelson (2001)
Most consecutive birdies: 7 - Steve Pate (1999 - holes 7-13), Tiger Woods (2005 - 7-13)
Most eagles: 24 - Jack Nicklaus
Most eagles in a tournament: 4 - Bruce Crampton (1974)
Most top 5s: 15 - Jack Nicklaus
Most top 10s: 22 - Jack Nicklaus
Most starts: 52 - Gary Player
Most cuts made: 37 - Jack Nicklaus
Most sub-par rounds: 71 - Jack Nicklaus
Most sub-70 rounds: 39 - Jack Nicklaus
Most 72 holes below par: 22 - Jack Nicklaus
Wire-to-wire winners: Craig Wood, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd
Best round by an amateur: 66 - Ken Venturi (1956)

MASTERS QUALIFYING CRITERIA:

Past Champions (lifetime exemption)
US Open, Open Championship and PGA Championship winners (Five years)
Players Championship winners (Three years)
US Amateur champion and runner-up
British Amateur champion
US Public Links champion
US Mid-Amateur champion
Asian Amateur champion
Top 16 in previous year's Masters
Top eight in previous year's US Open
Top four in previous year's Open Championship and PGA Championship
Top 30 on previous year's PGA Tour Money List, and qualifiers for Tour Championship
PGA Tour title winners since previous year's Masters
Top 50 in the world rankings on 31 December
Top 50 in the world rankings published during the week prior to Masters
The Masters committee can also opt to invite international players who have not qualified by right

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