Who has won the most times at the Masters?
Jack Nicklaus holds the record for the most Masters victories, winning the tournament six times during his career. Nicklaus is also the oldest winner of the Masters: he was 46 years 82 days old when he won in 1986.
What is the average score to win the Masters Tournament?
(ignore the first bar above "to par" — that’s showing you that this is a bar graph). The most common winning score for the Masters is 8 under. That is followed by 9 under and 12 under. Interestingly, 15 under has never won the tournament.
How much money does the Masters winner get paid?
Today, the Masters winner takes home more than $2 million, one of the largest payouts on the PGA Tour, along with the green jacket. However, the payouts haven’t been so handsome throughout Masters history.
Who is the youngest player to win the Masters Tournament?
List of Masters Tournament champions. Woods was the youngest winner of the Masters, 21 years 104 days old when he won in 1997. Woods also set the record for the widest winning margin (12 strokes), and the lowest winning score, with 270, 18 below par (-18) in 1997. The latter was equaled by Jordan Spieth in 2015.