Green Jacket Glory: Revealing the Past 20 Masters Tournament Victors

Green Jacket Glory: Revealing the Past 20 Masters Tournament Victors

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There is nothing like The Masters. From nail-biting playoffs to record-breaking performances, and surprise underdog wins, each chapter in this storied saga unveils the unparalleled skill and unwavering resolve that define Masters magic.

Embark on an unforgettable journey through the annals of golf history as we display the last 20 Masters champions who proudly donned the iconic Green Jacket.

John Rahm (2023)

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John Rahm carded a final round 69 (-3) to hold off a surging Phil Mickelson and sputtering Brooks Koepka and win the coveted green jacket.

Scottie Scheffler (2022)

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Scottie Scheffler was able to pull off the victory with a final round 71 (-1) ahead of an amazing 64 in the final round by Rory McIlroy to win the 2022 Masters

Hideki Matsuyama (2021)

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Hideki Matsuyama’s final round 73 (+1) was just enough to hold off Will Zalatoris by 1 stroke and win the 2021 Masters.

Dustin Johnson (2020)

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Dustin Johnson’s masterful tournament carding no round over 70 (-2) was just what he needed to win the 2020 Masters with an impressive final score of -20 which was 5 strokes better than the 2nd place Cameron Smith.

Tiger Woods – Two-Time Winner (2019,2005)

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Tiger Woods, with five Masters wins, ranks second for the most victories in tournament history. However, in the last 20 years, he has claimed victory only twice, with a 14-year gap between his wins. His 2005 triumph saw him finish at -12, while his 2019 victory was particularly notable, as he clinched the title with a score of -13, once again solidifying his legacy as one of golf’s greatest..

Patrick Reed (2018)

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Patrick Reed’s final round -1 was enough to hold off a pair of surging stars in Ricky Fowler and Jordan Spieth to win the 2018 Masters with a final score of -15.

Sergio Garcia (2017)

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Sergio Garcia finished the final round at Even Par but that was enough to keep him tied with Justin Rose who also finished the day Even, sending them to a Playoff where Garcia was able to reign supreme and win the green jacket shooting a -9 for the tournament.

Danny Willett (2016)

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The 2016 Masters will be known more for the shocking collapse by Jordan Spieth who held a 5 stroke lead heading into the back nine than Danny Willett’s victory, but in a year of mediocre scoring, Willett’s final round -5 was impressive, carding him the Masters win at -5 overall.

Jordan Spieth (2015)

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While the 2016 collapse of Jordan Spieth was rough, just one year prior Spieth pulled off the impressive wire-to-wire victory securing the green jacket and holding off Phil Mickelson to win the Masters at -18.

Bubba Watson – Two-Time Winner (2014,2012)

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Bubba Watson’s, call it, unorthodox approach to golf may be interesting, his skills on the course are very impressive, especially being able to don the green jacket twice, first in 2012 and then again two years later in 2014.

Adam Scott (2013)

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Adam Scott’s final round 69 in 2013 put him where he needed to be, thrusting him into a playoff against former green jacket winner Angel Cabrera where he was able to walk away victorious and win his own green jacket.

Charl Schwartzel (2011)

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Sharing the lead with Jason Day entering the final round of the 2011 Masters, Schwartzel’s impressive final round of 66 propelled him past Day, securing his place in the winner’s circle and earning him the prestigious green jacket.

Phil Mickelson – Three-Time (2010, 2006, 2004)

Phil Mickelson’s remarkable trio of Masters victories in the last two decades has become the stuff of legend. His adeptness with flop shots, sand saves, and aggressive play paved the way for his triumphs in 2004, 2006, and 2010, allowing Lefty to claim the coveted green jacket on three separate occasions.

Angel Cabrera (2009)

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Angel Cabrera saw himself tied for the lead at -12 after the final round of the 2009 Masters. Tied with Chad Campbell and Kenny Perry, Cabrera was able to pull off the playoff win on the way to securing his own green jacket.

Trevor Immelman (2008)

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Trevor Immelman did the unthinkable when he won the 2008 Masters over Tiger Woods at an astonishing 150-1 odds.

Zach Johnson (2007)

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Zach Johnson was able to pull off the win in the 2007 Masters with a final score of +1, surpassing Tiger Woods and holding off Retief Goosen and Rory Sabbatini

Mike Weir (2003)

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Mike Weir did just enough in the final round of the 2003 Masters shooting a 68 to tie a scorching hot Len Mattiace and then win in the sudden death playoff, securing a Masters win at 20/1 odds.