The Masters: A look at Augusta National in numbers
Last Updated: 05/04/16 1:18pm
Ahead of the 80th edition of the Masters, live on Sky Sports, we take a look at the standout figures at Augusta National.
One-over par is the highest winning score at the Masters, achieved by Sam Snead, Jack Burke Jr and Zach Johnson.
The number of times a South African has claimed the Green Jacket in the 21st century, following Trevor Immelman's triumph in 2000 and Charl Schwartzel's success in 2011.
Padraig Harrington has won the Par Three contest a record three times, but hasn't finish higher than tied-fifth in the main event.
The number of albatrosses recorded in Masters history. Louis Oosthuizen was the last to do so in 2012 when he holed his second shot at the par-five second. The other three players to card an albatross were Gene Sarazen (1935), Bruce Devlin (1967) and Jeff Maggert (1994).
Jordan Spieth became the fifth Masters champion to lead from start to finish with his four-shot victory last year. Craig Wood, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Raymond Floyd complete the list.
The record number of Augusta victories held by Jack Nicklaus. He won the event in 1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975 and 1986.
Steve Pate and Tiger Woods share the record of most consecutive birdies, with Woods making his during the 2005 Masters, six years on from Pate..
The biggest 54-hole margin overturned on the final day to win the Masters. Jack Burke Jr, who briefly slipped nine-shots adrift in 1956 recovered to claim a one-shot win.
The number of times three-time Augusta champion, Phil Mickleson, has finished the tournament inside the top three.
The number of different Masters champions since a European last won at Augusta - Spain's Jose Maria Olazabal winning in 1999.
The record number of birdies in a round, set by Anthony Kim. His 11-birdie round in 2009 guided him to a seven-under-par 65.
The biggest winning-stroke margin at Augusta, achieved by Tiger Woods during his first major win in 1997.
The biggest score posted on a hole at Augusta - Tom Weiskopf at the par-three 12th in 1980 and Tommy Nakajima at the par-five 13th in 1978.
The age of the youngest player to make the cut at Augusta, Guan Tianlang, in 2013.
Jack Nicklaus has the most top-five finishes at Augusta.
The number of Masters that have ended in a play-off. The first in 1935 was 36-holes, then the next five were 18-holes. The first sudden death came in 1979, with the most recent being Adam Scott's win in 2013.
Bubba Watson became the 17th player to win multiple Masters titles.
The tournament record score for 72 holes, set by Tiger Woods in 1997, and matched by Spieth last year. Spieth almost set the outright record when he made it to 19-under par last year, but bogeyed the last to finish at 18 under.
The number of Par Three play-offs since it began in 1960.
The number of years since a Brit last claimed Masters victory, when Nick Faldo took advantage of Greg Norman's final-round collapse.
The age of the two youngest Green Jacket winners, Tiger Woods and Spieth.
Most consecutive cuts made (held by Fred Couples and Gary Player).
Spieth broke Phil Mickelson's total of most birdies in a week during his wire-to-wire win last year.
The age of Jack Nicklaus when he broke his own record of major titles by winning a sixth Masters crown in 1986.
The most number of consecutive Augusta appearances, made by Arnold Palmer from 1955 to 2004.
Gary Player holds the record number of Masters appearances, making the last of his 52 in 2009.