The Masters 2015 - By the Numbers

Jordan Spieth made history on his way to claiming the Green Jacket on only his second appearance at Augusta National last month. Along the way, he and some of his closest pursuers recorded more than a few eye-catching numbers and stats. Let’s take a look …

Jordan Spieth was exceptional all week on the greens


The age of Spieth, who becomes the second youngest Masters winner behind Woods, who was four months younger when he won in 1997.


Record number of birdies for Spieth during the week, breaking the single tournament record set by Mickelson in 2001 (25).


Years since a player last won the Masters wire-to-wire with no ties. Raymond Floyd last achieved that back in 1976.


Strokes Spieth needed to play Amen Corner this week, the fewest in the field.


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