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Masters: The 2013 tournament by the numbers

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

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We all know each of the 93 golfers who will contend for the year's first major, so I thought it might be time to take a look at a few numbers for this year's edition of the Masters.

Here's a breakdown of the field plus a look at some historical Masters records you might not be aware of.

Countries represented in 2013

United States: 44
South Africa: 8
England: 5
Australia: 4
Sweden: 4
N. Ireland: 3
Spain: 3
Scotland: 3
Denmark: 2
Japan: 2
Korea: 2
Wales: 2
Germany: 2
Italy: 2
China: 1
Ireland: 1
Fiji: 1
Canada: 1
Thailand: 1
Belgium: 1
Argentina: 1

Green jackets in the field

27

Ages

Youngest: Tianlang Guan -- 14
Oldest: Tom Watson -- 63

Money to winner

2013: $1.44 million
1934 (first Masters): $1,500

Lefty/Righty (since 2002)

Lefty winners: 5
Righty winners: 5

Career scoring average

Tiger Woods: 70.87
Phil Mickelson: 70.97
Fred Couples: 71.89
Ernie Else: 72.09
Jose Maria Olazabal: 72.29
Tom Watson: 72.44
Bernhard Langer: 72.57
Mark O'Meara: 73.20
Larry Mize: 73.26
Ben Crenshaw: 73.44

Top five finishes (all-time)

Jack Nicklaus: 15
Tiger Woods: 10
Phil Mickelson: 10

Lowest rounds (all-time)

First -- 63 by Greg Norman in 1996
Second -- three golfers, most recently 64 by Jason Day in 2011
Third -- 63 by Nick Price in 1986
Fourth -- six golfers, most recently 64 by Bo Van Pelt in 2012

Holes (all-time)

Hardest: No. 10 (par-4) -- average score is 4.32
Easiest: No. 15 (par-5) -- average score is 4.78

Highest single-hole score (all-time)

Tom Weiskopf: 13 at No. 12 in 1980
Tsuneyuki "Tommy" Nakajima: 13 at No. 13 in 1978

Green jackets by country (all-time)

United States: 58
South Africa: 5
Spain: 4
England: 3
Argentina: 1
Canada: 1
Fiji: 1
Germany: 1
West Germany: 1
Scotland: 1

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