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2000 Masters Tournament

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Location  Augusta, Georgia
Cut  148 (+4)
Winner's share  $828,000 €864,844
Par  72
Length  6,985 yards (6,387 m)
Prize fund  $4,600,000 €4,823,313
Dates  6 Apr 2000 – 9 Apr 2000
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Field  95 players, 57 after cut
Organized by  Augusta National Golf Club
Course  Augusta National Golf Club
Tours  PGA TOUR, PGA European Tour, Japan Golf Tour
Similar  2004 PGA Championship, 1999 Masters Tournament, 2001 Masters Tournament, 2002 Masters Tournament, 1998 Masters Tournament

The 2000 Masters Tournament was the 64th Masters Tournament, held April 6–9 at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Vijay Singh won his only Masters, three strokes ahead of runner-up Ernie Els. It was the second of Singh's three major titles.



1. Masters champions

Tommy Aaron, Seve Ballesteros, Gay Brewer, Billy Casper, Charles Coody, Fred Couples (16,17), Ben Crenshaw, Nick Faldo, Raymond Floyd, Doug Ford, Bernhard Langer (10), Sandy Lyle, Larry Mize, Jack Nicklaus, José María Olazábal (16,17), Mark O'Meara (3,16,17), Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Craig Stadler, Tom Watson, Tiger Woods (4,11,14,15,16,17), Ian Woosnam (10), Fuzzy Zoeller

  • George Archer, Jack Burke, Jr., Bob Goalby, Herman Keiser, Byron Nelson, Sam Snead, and Art Wall, Jr. did not play.
  • 2. U.S. Open champions (last five years)

    Ernie Els (14,16,17), Lee Janzen (10,16,17), Steve Jones, Corey Pavin

  • Payne Stewart, the 1999 U.S. Open champion, died in a plane crash in October 1999.
  • 3. The Open champions (last five years)

    John Daly, Paul Lawrie (16,17), Tom Lehman (14,16,17), Justin Leonard (5,13,14,16,17)

    4. PGA champions (last five years)

    Mark Brooks, Steve Elkington (10,14,16,17), Davis Love III (10,14,16,17), Vijay Singh (11,14,16,17)

    5. The Players Championship winners (last three years)

    David Duval (10,11,14,16,17), Hal Sutton (11,14,16,17)

    6. U.S. Amateur champion and runner-up

    David Gossett (a), Kim Sung-yoon (a)

    7. The Amateur champion

    Graeme Storm (a)

    8. U.S. Amateur Public Links champion

    Hunter Haas (a)

    9. U.S. Mid-Amateur champion

    Danny Green (a)

    10. Top 16 players and ties from the 1999 Masters

    Bob Estes (14,16,17), Carlos Franco (14,16,17), Jim Furyk (14,16,17), Brandt Jobe, Phil Mickelson (11,14,16,17), Colin Montgomerie (16,17), Greg Norman (16), Steve Pate (14,16,17), Nick Price (14,16,17), Lee Westwood (16,17)

    11. Top eight players and ties from the 1999 U.S. Open

    Tim Herron (14,16,17), Jeff Maggert (14,16,17), Steve Stricker (16,17)

    12. Top four players and ties from 1999 PGA Championship

    Stewart Cink (14,16,17), Sergio García (16,17), Jay Haas

    13. Top four players and ties from the 1999 Open Championship

    Ángel Cabrera, Craig Parry (14,16,17), Jean van de Velde

    14. Top 40 players from the 1999 PGA Tour money list

    Stuart Appleby (16,17), Notah Begay III, Glen Day (16,17), Fred Funk (16), Brent Geiberger (16,17), Scott Gump, Dudley Hart (16,17), Gabriel Hjertstedt, Scott Hoch (16,17), John Huston (16,17), Skip Kendall, Rocco Mediate, Jesper Parnevik (15,16,17), Dennis Paulson, Chris Perry (16,17), Loren Roberts (16), Jeff Sluman (16,17), David Toms (16,17), Ted Tryba, Duffy Waldorf, Mike Weir (17)

  • Since Payne Stewart finished in the top 40 of the money list, an invitation was given to Hjertstedt, the 41st-place finisher.
  • 15. Top 3 players from the 2000 PGA Tour money list on March 5

    Kirk Triplett (17)

    16. Top 50 players from the final 1999 world ranking

    Thomas Bjørn (17), Darren Clarke (17), Retief Goosen (17), Pádraig Harrington, Miguel Ángel Jiménez (17), Masashi Ozaki (17), Naomichi Ozaki (17), Bob Tway (17), Brian Watts (17)

    17. Top 50 players from world ranking published March 5

    Paul Azinger, Shigeki Maruyama

    18. Special foreign invitation

    Aaron Baddeley (a)

    All the amateurs except Danny Green were playing in their first Masters, as were Notah Begay III, Ángel Cabrera, Brent Geiberger, Pádraig Harrington, Skip Kendall, Paul Lawrie, Dennis Paulson, Jean van de Velde, and Mike Weir. Sergio García made his first appearance as a professional.

    First round

    Thursday, April 6, 2000

    Second round

    Friday, April 7, 2000

    Amateurs: Gossett (+2), Baddeley (+5), Green (+5), Kim (+6), Haas (+9), Storm (+15).

    Third round

    Saturday, April 8, 2000 & Sunday, April 9, 2000

    Third round suspended by darkness due to two-hour rain delay and completed Sunday morning.

    Final round

    Sunday, April 9, 2000

    Amateurs: Gossett (+15).


    Final round

    Cumulative tournament scores, relative to par


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