Masters: 82 years of Masters winners and memories

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Masters: 82 years of Masters winners and memories

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Masters: 82 years of Masters winners and memories

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There have been 52 different Masters champions and 82 different tournaments.

With his fifth Masters victory on Sunday, Tiger Woods tied the longest gap between major wins. He finished Sunday 13-under 275, one-stroke ahead of Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Xander Schauffele.

Here’s a list of every Masters winner, the year they won and miscellaneous facts about their win.

1934

Bobby Jones putts on the eighth green while Horton Smith watches in front of a gallery of patrons during the 1934 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Horton Smith
Country: United States
Score: 4-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Craig Wood, two strokes

1935

A group photograph of the 1935 Master’s field during the 1935 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Gene Sarazan
Country: United States
Score: 6-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Craig Wood, playoff

1936

Byron Nelson plays a tee shot during the 1936 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Horton Smith
Country: United States
Score: 3-under par
Masters win number: 2
Runner-up: Henry Cooper, one-stroke

1937

Sam Snead appears at his first Masters Tournament circa 1937. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Byron Nelson
Country: United States
Score: 5-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Ralph Guldahl, two strokes

1938

Patrons watch as Henry Picard putts on the 18th green during the 1938 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Henry Picard
Country: United States
Score: 3-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runners-up: Henry Cooper and Ralph Guldahl, two strokes

1939

Sam Snead lines up a putt during the 1939 Masters Tournament. (Underwood Archives/Getty Images)

Champion: Ralph Guldahl
Country: United States
Score: 9-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Sam Snead, one-stroke

1940

Tommy Armour walks on course with Walter Hagen, during a 1940s Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Jimmy Demaret
Country: United States
Score: 8-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Lloyd Mangrum, four strokes

1941

Bobby Jones putts during the 1941 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Craig Wood
Country: United States
Score: 8-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Byron Nelson, three strokes

1942

Byron Nelson and Alfred Bourne review Nelson’s scorecard during the 1942 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Byron Nelson
Country: United States
Score: 8-under par
Masters win number: 2
Runner-up: Ben Hodan, playoff

1943-1945

War veterans watch players practice their putting at the 1946 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

The Masters Tournament was canceled for three years due to World War II.

1946

Ben Hogan, Herman Keiser and Bobby Jones at the Presentation Ceremony of the 1946 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Herman Keiser
Country: United States
Score: 6-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Ben Hogan, one-stroke

1947

Bobby Jones speaks at the Presentation Ceremony with Masters Winner Jimmy Demaret and runner-up Byron Nelson at the 1947 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Jimmy Demaret
Country: United States
Score: 7-under par
Masters win number: 2
Runners-up: Byron Nelson and Frank Stranahan, two strokes

1948

Leaderboard during the 1948 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Claude Harmon
Country: United States
Score: 9-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runner-up: Cary Middlecoff, five strokes

1949

Lloyd Mangrum, Sam Snead, Bobby Jones and Johnny Bulla during the Presentation Ceremony at the 1949 Masters Tournament. (Augusta National/Getty Images)

Champion: Sam Snead
Country: United States
Score: 6-under par
Masters win number: 1
Runners-up: Johnny Bulla and Lloyd Mangrum, three strokes

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