By the numbers, Masters 2014 at Augusta National

Phil Mickelson holds the Masters trophy after his 2004 win at Augusta National while talking to 2003 winner Mike Weir.
Phil Mickelson holds the Masters trophy after his 2004 win at Augusta National while talking to 2003 winner Mike Weir. ( Associated Press )

Friday, April 4, 2014

AUGUSTA, Ga. – A look at the Masters and Augusta National by the numbers:

1: Number of years it took Fuzzy Zoeller to win the Masters.

1.50: Cost of a pimiento cheese sandwich.

5: Largest first-round lead, by Craig Wood in 1941.

6: Green jackets won by Jack Nicklaus

$6.50: Cost of a Masters club sandwich, beer and potato chips.

7: Consecutive birdies made by Tiger Woods in 2005 and Steve Pate in 1999.

10: Cabins at Augusta National where members can stay.

12: Tiger Woods' margin of victory in 1997.

17: Inches (estimated) how high Phil Mickelson jumped when he made birdie on the final hole in the 2004 Masters to win his first major.

21: Age of Tiger Woods when he won his first Masters.

39: Countries that have had players compete in the Masters.

42: Fewest players in the field, in 1938 and 1942.

48: Players who have won the Masters.

50: Consecutive years Arnold Palmer competed.

61: Magnolia trees on the road that leads to the Augusta National clubhouse.

109: Most players in the field, in 1962.

$250: Cost of a Masters ticket for all four rounds.

$299: Room rate at the Motel 6 in Augusta on Thursday of the Masters.

900: Separate pieces of silver used to make the Masters Trophy.