The second Masters Tournament ever

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When was the world's second Masters tournament?

Have you ever heard the phrase ‘the shot heard round the world?’ This saying comes from the 1935 Masters Tournament, which was the second tournament of its kind in history. The shot that the saying refers to is the albatross that Gene Sarazen holed at 235 yards with a 4 wood at the 15th hole, par 5. This shot tied him with Craig Wood, who was in first place at the time, and forced a 36-hole playoff between the two players. At the end of the playoff, Gene Sarazen emerged as the winner and Craig Wood came in second place. Sarazen left the tournament with $1,500 in winnings while Wood left with $800 for his second place prize.

The 2nd Masters Tournament was held at the Augusta National Golf Club, where it was held for its first year and is where the tournament is still played today. It was held from April 4 – April 8, 1935.



The second Masters Tournament ever

The second Masters Tournament ever

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