Masters Records: Lowest Career Scoring Average

Masters Records: Lowest Career Scoring Average

Masters Records: Lowest Career Scoring Average

Lowest Career Scoring Average, 100 or More Rounds
71.98 – Fred Couples
71.98 – Jack Nicklaus
72.63 – Bernhard Langer
72.69 – Tom Watson
72.90 – Gene Littler
73.03 – Raymond Floyd
73.19 – Byron Nelson
73.23 – Mark O’Meara
73.30 – Sam Snead
73.44 – Larry Mize
73.54 – Gary Player
73.93 – Ben Crenshaw
73.94 – Craig Stadler
74.46 – Billy Casper
74.53 – Arnold Palmer
75.07 – Tommy Aaron

Lowest Career Scoring Average, 50 to 99 Rounds
70.86 – Tiger Woods
71.09 – Phil Mickelson
72.15 – Angel Cabrera
72.18 – Hale Irwin
72.22 – Ernie Els
72.23 – Tom Weiskopf
72.30 – John Huston
72.31 – Greg Norman
72.33 – Jim Furyk
72.36 – Tom Kite
72.38 – Ben Hogan
72.44 – Lee Westwood
72.46 Adam Scott
72.47 – Jose Maria Olazabal

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