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Masters by the number

A look at the Masters by the numbers:

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A look at the Masters by the numbers:

0 - Bunkers found on the 14th hole.

1 - Number of years it took Fuzzy Zoeller to win the Masters.

$1.50 - Cost of a pimiento cheese sandwich.

2 - Gene Sarazen's score on the par-5 15th hole in the 1935 Masters.

3 - Bridges at Augusta National.

4 - Tom Weiskopf's runner-up finishes at the Masters.

5 - Largest first-round lead, by Craig Wood in 1941.

6 - Green jackets won by Jack Nicklaus

$6.50 - Cost of a Masters club sandwich, beer and potato chips.

7 - Consecutive birdies made by Tiger Woods in 2005 and Steve Pate in 1999.

8 - Shots out of the lead when Jack Burke Jr. staged the largest final-round comeback to win the 1956 Masters.

9 - Jack Nicklaus' margin of victory over Arnold Palmer and Gary Player in 1965.

10 - Cabins at Augusta National where members can stay.

11 - Birdies made by Anthony Kim in the second round of the 2009 Masters.

12 - Tiger Woods' margin of victory in 1997.

13 - The score taken by Tom Weiskopf on the par-3 12th hole in the 1980 Masters.

14 - Career top-10s by Phil Mickelson in 20 appearances.

15 - Appearances by Mark O'Meara before he finally won the Masters in 1998.

16 - Playoffs in Masters history.

17 - How high Phil Mickelson jumped, in inches, when he won his first major at the 2004 Masters.

18 - Masters appearances by Ernie Els without ever winning.

19 - Masters appearances by Davis Love III without ever winning.

20 - Records Tiger Woods set when he won the 1997 Masters.

21 - Age of Tiger Woods when he won his first Masters.

21.5 - Seconds it took for the ball to leave Louis Oosthuizen's 4-iron until it dropped into the cup for an albatross on the second hole in 2012.

23 - Consecutive cuts made by Gary Player and Fred Couples.

39 - Countries that have had players compete in the Masters

40 - Score of Tiger Woods' first nine holes as a professional.

42 - Fewest players in the field, in 1938 and 1942.

46 - Age of Jack Nicklaus when he won his last Masters.

47 - Players who have won the Masters.

50 - Consecutive years Arnold Palmer competed.

61 - Magnolia trees on the road that leads to the Augusta National clubhouse.

63 - Lowest 18-hole score, by Nick Price and Greg Norman.

64 - Lowest final round of a Masters champion, by Gary Player in 1978

70 - Age of Charles Coody when he made a hole-in-one in the Par 3 Contest.

72 - Lowest score ever shot by Bobby Jones in the Masters.

97 - Gene Sarazen's age when he hit the ceremonial first tee shot for the last time.

109 - Most players in the field, in 1962.

$144 - Room rate for the Courtyard Marriott in Augusta, Ga., on Thursday a week after the Masters.

163 - Career rounds at Augusta National by Jack Nicklaus.

235 - Yards to the 15th hole when Gene Sarazen made an albatross in 1935 with a 4-wood.

$250 - Cost of a Masters ticket for all four rounds.

270 - Lowest 72-hole score, by Tiger Woods in 1997.

$470 - Cost of a U.S. Open ticket for all four rounds.

506 - Career birdies by Jack Nicklaus.

$525 - Room rate for the Courtyard Marriott in Augusta, Ga., on Thursday the week of the Masters.

900 - Separate pieces of silver used to make the Masters Trophy.

1,600 - Azaleas on the 13th hole (estimated).

$842,359 - Career earnings of Jack Nicklaus in 45 appearances at the Masters, including six wins.

$864,000 - Earnings of Louis Oosthuizen for finishing second in 2012 Masters.

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