What is the best final round in Masters history?

What is the best final round in Masters history?

When you think of great final rounds in Masters history, certain rounds come to mind. Jack Nicklaus’ 65 in 1986 at age 46. Gary Player’s 64 for a come-from-behind win in 1978. Perhaps Nick Faldo’s 65 to force a playoff that he won in 1989. All were truly fantastic works of golf on perhaps the game’s grandest stage.

What is the lowest score ever shot at the Masters?

During his record-setting run at Augusta National in 1997, Tiger Woods got as low as 65, which is as low as he’s ever gotten at The Masters. A number of players have shot 64, including three players on the same day in 2019 as Tony Finau, Webb Simpson, and Patrick Cantlay all shot 8-under in the third round.

What is Greg Norman’s record at the Masters?

Greg Norman came into The Masters in 1996 as the top-ranked player in the Official World Golf Ranking and proved why by getting off to a blistering start at Augusta National, matching Nick Price’s record of 63 in the first round.

What records have been set at the Masters Tournament?

Here are some of the records that have been set at the Masters Tournament over the years. 4 – Gene Sarazen (1935), Bruce Devlin (1967), Jeff Maggert (1994), Louis Oosthuizen (2012)