WORLD'S FIRST MASTERS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What is the world's first Masters?
On March 22 1934 the first world's
Masters Tournament began.
The tournament was hosted by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts and Augusta
National Golf Club was selected as the site.
Clifford Roberts wanted to name the tournament The
Masters, but Bobby Jones won out and for the first five years the tournament was
called the Augusta National Invitation Tournament.
On March 25 1934 the fourth round of the world's first
Masters concluded with Horton Smith edging out Craig Wood by one stroke to
become the world's first Masters Champion.
Horton Smith shot 70-72-70-72
for a 4 under 284 on his way to the victory.
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