Youngest Masters Champions
- Tiger Woods: Woods was 21 years, 3 months and 14 days old when he won the 1997 Masters. And he won it by 12 strokes. It was the first major championship for Woods, and his fourth PGA Tour win.
- Seve Ballesteros: Ballesteros was 23 years and 4 days old when he won the 1980 Masters. It was Seve's second major and his 11th European Tour victory.
- Jack Nicklaus: Nicklaus was 23 years, 2 months and 17 days old when he won the 1963 Masters. It was Nicklaus' second win in a major and his fifth PGA Tour victory.