In the history of the Masters, there have been 17 instances where the tournament needed to be decided by a playoff.
The last time it happened was in 2017 when Sergio Garcia beat Justin Rose.
If the 2023 edition needs a playoff, here is the format.
Masters Playoff Format
The first playoff hole is No. 18. If a winner is not decided after one playoff hole, the players will play the 10th hole. The two holes will alternate until a winner is determined.
Masters Playoff History
|Year||Playoff Winner||Playoff Loser|
|2017||Sergio Garcia||Justin Rose|
|2013||Adam Scott||Angel Cabrera|
|2012||Bubba Watson||Louis Oosthuizen|
|2009||Angel Cabrera||Kenny Perry/Chad Campbell|
|2005||Tiger Woods||Chris DiMarco|
|2003||Mike Weir||Len Mattiace|
|1990||Nick Faldo||Raymond Floyd|
|1989||Nick Faldo||Scott Hoch|
|1987||Larry Mize||Seve Ballesteros/Greg Norman|
|1982||Craig Stadler||Dan Pohl|
|1979||Fuzzy Zoeller||Ed Sneed/Tom Watson|
|1970||Billy Casper||Gene Littler|
|1966||Jack Nicklaus||Tommy Jacobs/Gay Brewer|
|1962||Arnold Palmer||Gary Player/ Dow Finsterwald|
|1954||Sam Snead||Ben Hogan|
|1942||Byron Nelson||Ben Hogan|
|1935||Gene Sarazen||Craig Wood|
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