Masters Records: Lowest Scores, Highest Winning Score

Masters Record Lowest Scores
Here are the Masters Records: Lowest Scores, Highest Winning Score, Lowest Amateur Score, Lowest Senior Score,  and more.

Lowest Winning Score, 72 Holes
270 – Tiger Woods, 1997
270 – Jordan Spieth, 2015
271 – Jack Nicklaus, 1965
271 – Raymond Floyd, 1976
272 – Tiger Woods, 2001
272 – Phil Mickelson, 2010
274 – Ben Hogan, 1953
274 – Ben Crenshaw, 1995
274 – David Duval, 2001
274 – Charl Schwartzel, 2011
275 – Seve Ballesteros, 1980
275 – Fred Couples, 1992
275 – Davis Love III, 1995
275 – Phil Mickelson, 2001
275 – Lee Westwood, 2010

Highest Winning Score
289 – Sam Snead, 1954
289 – Jack Burke, 1956
289 – Zach Johnson, 2007

Lowest Amateur Score, 72 Holes
281 – Charlie Coe, 1961

Lowest Senior (50+) Score, 18 Holes
66 – Ben Hogan (age 54), 1967, third round
66 – Fred Couples (age 50), 2010, first round
66 – Miguel Angel Jimenez (age 50) 2014, third round

Lowest Score, 18 Holes
63 – Nick Price, third round, 1986
63 – Greg Norman, first round, 1996

Lowest Amateur Score, 18 Holes
66 – Ken Venturi, 1956, first round

Lowest Score, Front 9
30 – Johnny Miller, third round, 1975
30 – Greg Norman, fourth round, 1988
30 – K.J. Choi, second round, 2004
30 – Phil Mickelson, fourth round, 2009
30 – Gary Woodland, third round, 2014

Lowest Score, Back 9
29 – Mark Calcavecchia, fourth round, 1992
29 – David Toms, fourth round, 1998

Lowest First-Year Player Score, 72 Holes
276 – Jason Day, 2011
278 – Toshi Izawa, 2001

Lowest Senior Score, 72 Holes
279 – Fred Couples (age 50), 2010
283 – Jack Nicklaus (age 58), 1998

1 thought on “Masters Records: Lowest Scores, Highest Winning Score

  1. I can see Tiger’s record of 270 or 18 under par being there for quite some time with the changes they continue to make at Augusta.

    The golf course is getting more difficult which will make breaking records that much more difficult.

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