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1935 Masters Tournament

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Dates  April 4–8, 1935
Tour(s)  PGA Tour
Location  Augusta, Georgia
Par  72
1935 Masters Tournament
Course(s)  Augusta National Golf Club
Organized by  Augusta National Golf Club

The 1935 Masters Tournament was the second Masters Tournament, then still known as the "Augusta National Invitation Tournament," held April 4–8 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.


In a change from the first year, the nines were switched to their present order, with the finishing hole at "Holly." In the fourth round, Gene Sarazen holed a double eagle (235 yards, 4 wood) to tie Craig Wood and force a 36-hole playoff. This second shot at "Firethorn," the par-5 15th hole, then 485 yards (443 m), is referred to in golf as the "shot heard 'round the world."

Sarazen won the Monday playoff by five strokes, even-par 144 to 149 (+5), and parred the 15th hole in both rounds. Tournament co-founder and host Bobby Jones finished at 297, fifteen strokes back in a tie for 25th place. The purse was $5,000 and the winner's share was $1,500.

Past champion in the field

  • The Masters did not have a 36-hole cut until 1957
  • First round

    Thursday, April 4, 1935

    Second round

    Friday, April 5, 1935

    Third round

    Saturday, April 6, 1935

    Final round

    Sunday, April 7, 1935



    Final round

    Cumulative tournament scores, relative to par


    Monday, April 8, 1935


    Morning round

    Afternoon round

    Cumulative playoff scores, relative to par


    1935 Masters Tournament Wikipedia

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