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April 5–8, 2018
Augusta National Golf Club
Augusta, GA
Purse: US$10,000,000
Hole: 510 yards, par 5
Par: 72
Length: 7,435
Defending Champion: Sergio García

The Masters is one of the four major championships in men's professional golf. The Masters truly is a tradition unlike any other, with its iconic green jacket and Augusta National Golf Club.

The Masters holds a special place in the minds of players, fans and golf bettors. The players are the worlds best, the prizes are huge and the prestige for the winner is enormous. The tension throughout the tournament is incredible and is felt by an audience of millions thanks to excellent TV coverage. The Masters has traditionally been one of the most popular tournaments for golf betting.

Tiger Woods was going to make the Masters his own personal tournament And while his total of four Masters victories is impressive, Phil Mickelson has closed the gap and his dominating performance in the 2006 Masters gave him his second title in three years.

Augusta National Golf Club

Augusta National Golf Club gets its natural beauty honestly, as the venerable facility was built on the grounds of the former Fruitland Nurseries and each of the 18 holes is adorned with the trees and shrubs for which the holes are named. The course was created by club founder Bobby Jones and course architect Alister Mackenzie in 1933, and is best known for "Amen Corner" -- the 11th, 12th and 13th holes that often spell the difference between success and failure.

Augusta National has been controversially lengthened in recent years, but remains a course where a delicate putting touch is mandatory.

The Masters Golf Green Jacket

In addition to a cash award, the winner of the tournament is presented with a distinctive green jacket, awarded since 1949, and highly coveted among professional golfers. The green coat is actually the official coat worn by members of Augusta National while on the club grounds; each Masters winner becomes an honorary member of the club. Winners keep their jacket for the first year after their first victory, then return it to the club to wear during tournament week each following year.

The tradition that began in 1949, when Sam Snead was the winner. The Green Jacket is only allowed to be removed from Augusta National by the reigning champion, after which it must remain at the club. The only exception to this rule is Gary Player, who failed to return his jacket after his 1961 victory, despite the club's insistence that he do so.

US Masters Golf Tournament Results

Winner of The Masters 2017

Sergio García victory over Justin Rose in dramatic play-off to clinch first major.

Winner of The Masters 2016

Englishman Danny Willett shot a bogey-free 67 to become the first European to don the green jacket since Jose Maria Olazabal in 1999.

Winner of The Masters 2015

Jordan Spieth took his place among the best in the Masters 2015 when he closed with a 2-under 70 for a four-shot victory over Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose, becoming the second-youngest champion behind Woods to wear a green jacket.

Winner of The Masters 2014

Bubba Watson wins 2014 Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta. This is his second green jacket in 3 years. Closing 69 Watson secured three-shot for his PGA victory.

Winner of The Masters 2013

Adam Scott won 2013 Masters Tournament at Augusta, Georgia. Scott made his clutch birdie on the 18th hole for a 3-under 69 to take a one-shot lead. Cabrera answered with a 7-iron from 163 yards that plopped down 3 feet from the cup, one of the greatest shots under the circumstances. That gave him an easy birdie and a 2-under 70. They finished at 9-under 279.

Winner of The Masters 2012

Bubba Watson wins the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta. Watson was deep in the trees right of the 10th fairway that he couldn't even see the green, Watson hooked a wedge off the pine needles from 155 yards to about 10 feet from the hole, setting up a par, good enough to beat Louis Oosthuizen on the second playoff hole.

Winner of The Masters 2011

Charl Schwartzel birdied his last four holes and turned in a low round of 66 to win the 2011 Masters Championship. It marks the first major championship for the 26 year old from South Africa. Starting with a chip-in birdie at No. 1, Schwartzel seized a share of the lead at 11 under at No. 3 when he holed a sand wedge for eagle from 114 yards.

Winner of The Masters 2010

The victory gave Mickelson his fourth major title. In 17 visits to Augusta Mickelson has finished in the top 10 on 13 occasions, winning three green jackets.

Winner of The Masters 2009

Angel Cabrera won his second PGA Tour event, and second major, by beating Kenny Perry in a playoff at the Masters. Angel Cabrera may have only won two PGA Tour events in his career, but he's made them count. Since the 2007 U.S. Open (eight majors ago), Cabrera has won as many majors as Tiger Woods.

Winner of The Masters 2008

Trevor Immelman followed in the illustrious footsteps of Gary Player by becoming only the second South African winner of the Masters Tournament at Augusta National. The 28 year old completed a wire-to-wire victory with a final round of 75 for a three stroke triumph over World Number One, Tiger Woods.

Winner of The Masters 2007

Zach Johnson proved that when he plays his own game, he's capable of winning at golf's highest levels. Johnson, a 31-year-old Iowan, played the round of his life at Augusta National Golf Club. Challenged by some of the game's greatest champions, among them four-time winner Tiger Woods and two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen, Johnson relied on his skill, guile and heart to shoot a final round three-under-par 69 for a 289 total, and a two-shot victory in the Masters.

2006 US Master Final Scores

Phil Mickelson Birthdate: June 16, 1970 Country: United States Best Masters Finish: 1(2006,2004) Position: 1 Status: -7 Rnd. 1 Rnd. 2 Rnd. 3 Rnd. 4 Total Round Scores 70 72 70 69 281

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