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Most Eagles, Field, One Tournament
47 2015
Most Eagles, Field, One Round
17 2009 (second round)
17 2015 (second and fourth round)
Most Eagles, Field, One Tournament, One Hole
20 on No. 13 2015
Most Eagles, Career
24 Jack Nicklaus (3 on Par 4s, 21 on Par 5s)
22 Raymond Floyd
Two Eagles, One Hole (Par 4), One Tournament
Jack Nicklaus 1995, first round, No. 5, first and third round
Most Eagles, One Tournament, Individual
4 Bruce Crampton, 1974; first round, No. 13 third and fourth round, No. 15; fourth round, No. 3
4 Dustin Johnson, 2009; second round, Nos. 8 and 13, fourth round, Nos. 13 and 14
4 Tiger Woods, 2010; first round, Nos. 8 and 15, fourth round, Nos. 7 and 15
Eagles, Consecutive Holes
Dan Pohl 1982, third round, Nos. 13 and 14
Dustin Johnson 2009, fourth round, Nos. 13 and 14
Phil Mickelson 2010, third round, Nos. 13 and 14
Eagles, Consecutive Rounds, Same Player, Same Hole
22 Players (two on No. 2, 10 on No. 13, 10 on No. 15)
Two Eagles, Par 4 Holes, One Tournament
Brett Ogle 1993, No. 3 (first round), No. 14 (third round)
Jack Nicklaus 1995, No. 5 (first and third rounds)
Brandt Jobe 2006, No. 10 (second round), No. 7 (fourth round)
Most Birdies
Career
506 Jack Nicklaus
One Round
11 Anthony Kim (65), 2009, (second round)
Two Consecutive Rounds
16 Tiger Woods, 2005 (middle two)
16 Anthony Kim, 2009 (middle two)
Three Consecutive Rounds
22 Jordan Spieth, 2015 (first three)
Tournament
28 Jordan Spieth, 2015
25 Phil Mickelson, 2001
24 Jose Maria Olazabal, 1991
24 Tiger Woods, 2005
24 Justin Rose, 2015
23 Seve Ballesteros, 1980
23 Jason Day, 2011
23 Tommy Nakajima, 1991
23 Raymond Floyd, 1992
23 David Duval, 2001
23 Tiger Woods, 2001
22 Ben Hogan, 1953
22 Jack Nicklaus, 1965
22 Raymond Floyd, 1976
22 Nick Faldo, 1996
22 Tom Watson, 1997
22 Jim Furyk, 2001
22 Anthony Kim, 2009
22 Lee Westwood, 2010
22 Steve Stricker, 2011
22 Jordan Spieth, 2016
Most Consecutive Birdies
7 Steve Pate, 1999, third round, starting with No. 7
7 Tiger Woods, 2005, third round, starting with No. 7
6 Johnny Miller, 1975, third round, starting with No. 2
6 Mark Calcavecchia, 1992, fourth round, starting with No. 13
6 David Toms, 1998, fourth round, starting with No. 12
Birdies to Win Masters, Final Putt
Arnold Palmer 1960 (birdied Nos. 17 and 18)
Sandy Lyle 1988
Mark O'Meara 1998 (birdied Nos. 17 and 18)
Phil Mickelson 2004
Birdies to Win Masters on 72nd Hole
Art Wall 1959
Arnold Palmer 1960
Gary Player 1978
Sandy Lyle 1988
Mark O'Meara 1998
Phil Mickelson 2004
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