THE MASTERS 2014

  10 - 13 April

Masters History

Recent History

2013

Adam Scott ended Australia's long wait for a Masters champion after another thrilling final day at Augusta.

2012

Bubba Watson produced an amazing shot from the trees to defeat Louis Oosthuizen at the second extra hole.

2011

Charl Schwartzel birdied the last four holes to win as Rory McIlroy's hopes of a first major went up in smoke.

2010

Phil Mickelson captured his third Green Jacket and denied Lee Westwood a first major.

2009

Angel Cabrera became the first Argentine winner after beating Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in a play-off.

2008

South African Trevor Immelman led from day one to become the first wire-to-wire winner since 1976.

2007

Zach Johnson (+1) became the first man to win the Masters with an over par total since 1956.

2006

A controlled final round performance gave Phil Mickelson his second Masters win in three years.

2005

An amazing chip-in on 16 helped Tiger Woods land his fourth Masters after a play-off win over Chris DiMarco.

2004

Phil Mickelson finally landed an overdue first major after a classic Augusta back nine charge.

2003

Canada's Mike Weir rode a hot putter to edge Len Mattiace in a play-off and win his first major.

2002

Tiger Woods became the first man since Nick Faldo in 1990 to make a successful Masters defence.

2001

Tiger Woods won his second Masters and fourth successive major to complete the "Tiger Slam".

2000

Fiji's Vijay Singh held off Ernie Els and a charging David Duval to win his first Green Jacket.

History By Decade

1990s

Faldo v Norman in 1996 and Tiger Woods' incredible 12-shot victory in 1997 were the standout moments in a decade which saw more European success.

1980s

Starting with Seve in 1980 and ending with Nick Faldo in 1989, this was the decade which saw Europe win five Green Jackets and 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus roll back the years to win a sixth.

1970s

The 1970s was the final decade of total American command of the Masters and Jack Nicklaus continued to lead that domination.

1960s

Three wins apiece for Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer and an infamous scorecard error in 1969.

1950s

Many iconic Masters traditions hailed from the 50s - a decade which saw Ben Hogan win twice.

1940s

The Green Jacket was awarded for the first time, with legend Sam Snead its first recipient.

1930s

The Masters was born in 1934 and the decade which witnessed Gene Sarazen's famous albatross.