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1 -- Number of Augusta National members who have competed in the Masters (in the modern era starting 1950). Arnold Palmer's appearance this year set that mark. Jack Nicklaus
Jack Nicklaus holds the Masters record with 36 cuts made.
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2 -- Number of honorary starters at the 2000 Masters. The late Gene Sarazen was not replaced in the traditional threesome that also included Sam Snead and Byron Nelson.
3 -- Number of competitors who have won the Masters in their first appearance. Horton Smith in 1934, Gene Sarazen in 1935 and Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979.
4 -- The number of times someone has led the Masters wire-to-wire. This was done in 1941 by Craig Wood, in 1960 by Arnold Palmer, in 1972 by Jack Nicklaus and most recently in 1976 by Raymond Floyd.
6 -- The most Masters victories by any golfer. Jack Nicklaus claimed this honor with wins in 1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975 and 1986.
7 -- Number of PGA Tour members who won events in the last year, but were not invited to the 2000 Masters. Rich Beem (1999 Kemper Open), Olin Browne (1999 MasterCard Colonial) , Jim Carter (2000 Tucson Open) , Brad Faxon (1999 B.C. Open), Brian Henninger (1999 Southern Farm Bureau Classic), J.L. Lewis (1999 John Deere Classic) and Tom Pernice Jr. (1999 Buick Open).
8 -- Americans who have won the Masters since 1980 (Tom Watson, Craig Stadler, Ben Crenshaw, Jack Nicklaus, Larry Mize, Fred Couples, Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara).
9 -- The biggest deficit overcome to win a Masters. Jack Burke pulled his comeback off in the final round in 1956.
15 -- Most appearances before winning a Masters. Mark O'Meara, who turned pro in 1980, didn't win until 1998.
23 -- Countries represented by golfers in the 2000 Masters field.
270 -- Tournament record at the Masters. Tiger Woods set the mark during his 1997 victory.
4,000 -- The price scalpers are charging for one-day passes.

 

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