Masters: The 2013 tournament by the numbers

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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 Els e: 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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Kyle Porter began his sports writing career with CBS Sports in 2012. He covers golf, writes poetry about Rory McIlroy's swing, stays ready on Tiger watch and loves the Masters more than anyone you know.... Full Bio

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