| April 10–13, 1969|
| Augusta, Georgia|
| Augusta National Golf Club|
Augusta National Golf Club
The 1969 Masters Tournament was the 33rd Masters Tournament, held April 10–13 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.
George Archer won his only major championship, one stroke ahead of runners-up Billy Casper, George Knudson, and Tom Weiskopf. Third round leader Casper was five over-par after ten holes in his final round, then regrouped with three birdies but needed another. Weiskopf was tied for the lead until a bogey at 17, and future champion Charles Coody bogeyed the final three holes and finished two strokes back. Casper would win the title in 1970 in a playoff and Coody would win in 1971.
This was the last Masters that Ken Venturi participated in, and he missed the cut by twelve strokes. As an amateur in 1956, Venturi led after 54 holes but finished runner-up to Jack Burke, Jr.. Burke made the cut at the Masters for the final time in 1969 and finished in 24th place. Past champions were noticeably absent from the leaderboard this year, as Burke tied for the best finish with three-time winner Jack Nicklaus.
It was Archer's third Masters and his only top ten finish at Augusta; his next best result was tied for eleventh in 1981.
Bob Lunn won the tenth Par 3 contest on Wednesday with a score of 23.
1969 Masters Tournament Wikipedia
^ Holes 1, 2, 4, and 11 were later renamed.
Thursday, April 10, 1969
Friday, April 11, 1969
Saturday, April 12, 1969
Sunday, April 13, 1969
Cumulative tournament scores, relative to par