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Masters winners: List of tournament champions by year


It's a golf tradition unlike any other dating back to 1934. The Masters Tournament is steeped in history and full of incredible performances from the game's greats like Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.

See the full list of Masters Tournament winners by country, total par and total score:

Masters champion

2024: Scotty Scheffler (USA) −11 (277)
2023: John Rahm (Spain) −12 (276)
2022: Scotty Scheffler (USA) −10 (278)
2021: Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) −10 (278)
2020: Dustin Johnson (USA) −20 (268)
2019: Tiger Woods (USA) −13 (275)
2018: Patrick Reed (USA) −15 (273)
2017: Sergio Garcia (Spain) −9 (279)
2016: Danny Willett (England) −5 (283)
2015: Jordan Spieth (USA) −18 (270)
2014: Bubba Watson (USA) −8 (280)
2013: Adam Scott (Australia) −9 (279)
2012: Bubba Watson (USA) −10 (278)
2011: Charles Schwartzel (South Africa) −14 (274)
2010: Phil Mickelson (USA) −16 (272)
2009: Angel Cabrera (Argentina) −12 (276)
2008: Trevor Immelman (South Africa) −8 (280)
2007: Jack Johnson (USA) +1 (289)
2006: Phil Mickelson (USA) −7 (281)
2005: Tiger Woods (USA) −12 (276)
2004: Phil Mickelson (USA) −9 (279)
2003: Mike Weir (Canada) −7 (281)
2002: Tiger Woods (USA) −12 (276)
2001: Tiger Woods (USA) −16 (272)
2000: Vijay Singh (Fiji) -10 (278)
1999: Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain) −8 (280)
1998: Mark O'Meara (USA) −9 (279)
1997: Tiger Woods (USA) −18 (270)
1996: Nick Faldo (England) −12 (276)
1995: Ben Crenshaw (USA) −14 (274)
1994: Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain) −9 (279)
1993: Bernhard Langer (Germany) −11 (277)
1992: Fred Couples (USA) −13 (275)
1991: Ian Woosnam (Wales) −11 (277)
1990: Nick Faldo (England) −10 (278)
1989: Nick Faldo (England) −5 (283)
1988: Sandy Lyle (Scotland) −7 (281)
1987: Larry Mize (USA) −3 (285)
1986: Jack Nicklaus (USA) −9 (279)
1985: Bernhard Langer (West Germany) −6 (282)
1984: Ben Crenshaw (USA) −11 (277)
1983: Save Ballesteros (Spain) −8 (280)
1982: Craig Stadler (USA) −4 (284)
1981: Tom Watson (USA) −8 (280)
1980: Save Ballesteros (Spain) −13 (275)
1979: Fuzzy Zoeller (USA) −8 (280)
1978: Gary Player (South Africa) −11 (277)
1977: Tom Watson (USA) −12 (276)
1976: Raymond Floyd (USA) −17 (271)
1975: Jack Nicklaus (USA) −12 (276)
1974: Gary Player (South Africa) −10 (278)
1973: Tommy Aaron (USA) −5 (283)
1972: Jack Nicklaus (USA) −2 (286)
1971: Charles Cuddy (USA) −9 (279)
1970: Billy Casper (USA) −9 (279)
1969: George Archer (USA) −7 (281)
1968: Bob Golby (USA) −11 (277)
1967: Gay Brewer (USA) −8 (280)
1966: Jack Nicklaus (USA) E (288)
1965: Jack Nicklaus (USA) −17 (271)
1964: Arnold Palmer (USA) −12 (276)
1963: Jack Nicklaus (USA) −2 (286)
1962: Arnold Palmer (USA) −8 (280)
1961: Gary Player (South Africa) −8 (280)
1960: Arnold Palmer (USA) −6 (282)
1959: Art Wall Jr. (USA) −4 (284)
1958: Arnold Palmer (USA) −4 (284)
1957: Doug Ford (USA) −5 (283)
1956: Jack Burke Jr. (USA) +1 (289)
1955: Carrie Middlecoff (USA) −9 (279)
1954: Sam Snead (USA) +1 (289)
1953: Ben Hogan (USA) −14 (274)
1952: Sam Snead (USA) −2 (286)
1951: Ben Hogan (USA) −8 (280)
1950: Jimmy Demaret (USA) −5 (283)
1949: Sam Snead (USA) −6 (282)
1948: Claude Harmon (USA) −9 (279)
1947: Jimmy Demaret (USA) −7 (281)
1946: Herman Keizer (USA) −6 (282)
(1945:N/A – Not played due to WWII
1944: N/A – Not played due to WWII
1943: N/A – Not played due to WWII
1942: Byron Nelson (USA) −8 (280)
1941: Craig Wood (USA) −8 (280)
1940: Jimmy Demaret (USA) −8 (280)
1939: Ralph Guldahl (USA) −9 (279)
1938: Henri Picard (USA) −3 (285)
1937: Byron Nelson (USA) −5 (283)
1936: Horton Smith (USA) −3 (285)
1935: Gene Sarazen (USA) −6 (282)
1934: Horton Smith (USA) −4 (284)

Who has won the most Masters tournaments?

Jack Nicklaus has the most green jackets with six. Below is the list of players who have won multiple Masters tournaments:

  • Jack Nicklaus – 6 (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986)
  • Tiger Woods – 5 (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2019)
  • Arnold Palmer – 4 1958, (1960, 1962, 1964)
  • Jimmy Demaret – 3 (1940, 1947, 1950)
  • Sam Snead – 3 (1949, 1952, 1954)
  • Gary Player – 3 (1961, 1974, 1978)
  • Nick Faldo – 3 (1989, 1990, 1996)
  • Phil Mickelson – 3 (2004, 2006, 2010)
  • Scotty Scheffler – 2 (2022, 2024)
  • Horton Smith – 2 (1934, 1936)
  • Byron Nelson – 2 (1937, 1942)
  • Ben Hogan – 2 (1951, 1953)
  • Tom Watson – 2 (1977, 1981)
  • Save Ballesteros – 2 (1980, 1983)
  • Bernhard Langer – 2 (1985, 1993)
  • Ben Crenshaw – 2 (1984, 1995)
  • Jose Maria Olazabal – 2 (1994, 1999)
  • Bubba Watson – 2 (2012, 2014)


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