Golf Latest Scores from the Masters Players

Golf Latest Scores from the Masters Players
Golf Latest Scores from the Masters Players

The Masters tournament is one of the most prestigious golf latest scores competitions in the world. It’s historic, it’s exciting, and it’s also very difficult to get into. That makes me so proud of my best friend Ian who made it into the tournament this year! Although he did not make the cut, he still has a great story to tell at dinner parties. We’ll get into some of those stories below.

Golf Latest Scores in Championship

The Masters golf latest scores tournament, which is the first major of the year, took place at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia this past weekend. The tournament was won by Patrick Reed with a score of -20 after three rounds of play. He shot a final round 67 to secure his victory over Rory McIlroy, who came in second at -16.

High Golf Scores

The highest golf lates scores in the Masters was made by Tiger Woods on April 15, 1997. He shot a 133 and tied for 32nd place with amateur golfer David Duval. The lowest score was made by professional golfer Jim Furyk on April 11, 2002. He hit a perfect 18-for-18 for his round and won the tournament with a cumulative score of -20.

The highest score for an amateur was made by Jerry Pate on April 12, 1976. He shot a -10 and tied for 49th place with professional golfer Jack Nicklaus. The lowest score for an amateur was made by Gary Koch on April 11, 1981. He hit a 21-for-21 and won the tournament with a cumulative score of 7.

Golf Champion

The winner of the 2019 Masters was Patrick Reed, who shot a 6-under 204 to win the tournament. Reed managed to beat out fellow American Wesley Bryan, who came in second with a 5-under 205. Charles Howell III rounded out the top three with a 4 under 206.

The rest of the top 10 finishers include:

  • Jason Day – tied for 4th with 201
  • Tiger Woods – tied for 6th with 202

Patrick Cantlay – tied for 7th with 203 Webb Simpson – tied for 9th with 205 Bryson Dechambeau tied for 10th with 206 The 2019 Masters was a thrilling tournament, and the final round was no exception. Even though Reed came into the final day in second place, he had plenty of work to do if he wanted to win. He started out strong, shooting an even-par 72 on Saturday morning. But Bryan managed to keep up with him, also shooting a 72 that put them both at 5 under par for the tournament.

I’m really glad he got to go and experience it for himself, because I’ve always wanted to go but never could. As you know, most people don’t get invited and even if they do, it’s pretty costly and difficult to get tickets. The tournament is an event that’s been around since 1934, so obviously it’s something special.


My buddy told me all about how amazing it was: they had free food everywhere (but only at certain times), there were golf carts everywhere, so you didn’t have to walk very far between holes (sometimes not at all), and there was a lot of fanfare going on when players hit shots into ponds or made bad putts or whatever else happened during their rounds. He also said that some famous people showed up like Madonna did this year!