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Masters by the numbers
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AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — A look at the Masters and Augusta National by the numbers:

1 — Number of years it took Fuzzy Zoeller to win the Masters.

$1.50 — Cost of a pimiento cheese sandwich.

5 — Largest first-round lead, by Craig Wood in 1941.

6 — Green jackets won by Jack Nicklaus

$6.50 — Cost of a Masters club sandwich, beer and potato chips.

7 — Consecutive birdies made by Tiger Woods in 2005 and Steve Pate in 1999.

10 — Cabins at Augusta National where members can stay.

12 — Tiger Woods' margin of victory in 1997.

17 — Inches (estimated) how high Phil Mickelson jumped when he made birdie on the final hole in the 2004 Masters to win his first major.

21 — Age of Tiger Woods when he won his first Masters.

39 — Countries that have had players compete in the Masters.

42 — Fewest players in the field, in 1938 and 1942.

48 — Players who have won the Masters.

50 — Consecutive years Arnold Palmer competed.

61 — Magnolia trees on the road that leads to the Augusta National clubhouse.

109 — Most players in the field, in 1962.

$250 — Cost of a Masters ticket for all four rounds.

$299 — Room rate at the Motel 6 in Augusta on Thursday of the Masters.

900 — Separate pieces of silver used to make the Masters Trophy.