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1941 Masters
Recap and Scores for the 1941 Masters Golf Tournament

Craig Wood finished second in the first Masters in 1934. Then he finished second in second Masters in 1935. In the latter, Wood lost in a playoff to Gene Sarazen.

In fact, by the time Wood reached the 1941 Masters, he was still winless in majors, but had lost playoffs at all four of what are now known as the major championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA Championship. (Nearly five decades later, Greg Norman managed the same feat.)

At the 1941 Masters, Wood finally broke through for that major championship victory. Wood took the lead on the first day with a 66 and never relinquished it, becoming the first wire-to-wire winner at The Masters.

The 1941 Masters also marks the final major championship appearance by 11-time major winner Walter Hagen. Hagen's career was already in decline by the time The Masters began in 1934, and his best finish here was a tie for 11th. Hagen carded an 87 in the first round of the 1941 Masters and then withdrew.

1941 Masters Scores
Results from the 1941 Masters golf tournament played at the par-72 Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. (a-amateur):

Craig Wood 66-71-71-72--280 $1,500
Byron Nelson 71-69-73-70--283 $800
Sam Byrd 73-70-68-74--285 $600
Ben Hogan 71-72-75-68--286 $500
Ed Dudley 73-72-75-68--288 $400
Vic Ghezzi 77-71-71-70--289 $275
Sam Snead 73-75-72-69--289 $275
Lawson Little 71-70-74-75--290 $200
Willie Goggin 71-72-72-76--291 $116
Lloyd Mangrum 71-72-72-76--291 $116
Harold "Jug" McSpaden 75-74-72-70--291 $116
Jimmy Demaret 77-69-71-75--292 $50
Clayton Heafner 73-70-76-73--292 $50
Harry Cooper 72-73-75-73--293  
Ralph Guldahl 76-71-75-71--293  
Jimmy Thomson 73-75-72-73--293  
Jack Ryan 73-74-74-74--295  
Denny Shute 77-75-74-70--296  
a-Dick Chapman 76-73-70-78--297  
Jimmy Hines 76-74-75-72--297  
Gene Kunes 76-74-76-71--297  
Dick Metz 74-72-75-76--297  
Sam Parks Jr. 75-76-75-71--297  
Toney Penna 73-74-80-70--297  
Gene Sarazen 76-72-74-75--297  
Felix Serafin 72-79-74-72--297  
Horton Smith 74-72-77-74--297  
Ray Mangrum 76-70-78-74--298  
Jim Ferrier 75-76-73-75--299  
Jim Foulis 76-75-71-77--299  
Martin Pose 77-74-76-72--299  
Al Watrous 74-75-76-75--300  
Leonard Dodson 75-77-78-71--301  
a-George Dawson 74-78-77-73--302  
Paul Runyan 78-78-74-73--303  
a-Charlie Yates 78-75-75-75--303  
Frank Walsh 74-76-76-78--304  
Tommy Armour 75-75-76-79--305  
Johnny Bulla 73-76-78-79--306  
Bobby Jones 76-74-78-79--307  
Bruce Coltart 80-78-75-75--308  
Andy Gibson 78-75-80-76--309  
Jock Hutchison 77-81-76-78--312  
Tony Manero 73-80-78-82--313  
a-W.B. McCullough 79-74-84-76--313  
a-Art Doering Jr. 74-79-77-81--314  
a-Andrew Szwedko 81-79-78-81--319  

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