With The Masters in full swing this weekend, it’s anyone’s ballgame. Tiger Woods is back in the game, Phil Mickelson is a veteran looking to continue his glory, and there are young guns like Jordan Spieth who are looking to prove they have what it takes to compete with the best. With all the excitement happening at Augusta this weekend, it’s time we take a look at the 10 craziest firsts to ever happen at The Masters. Here are the top five…
1. Bobby Cole was 18 in 1967, and was the first teenager to ever make the cut.
2. Byron Nelson was the first player to ever play 100 rounds in 1952.
3. Gene “the machine” Littler was the first player to par every single hole at The Masters in 1959.
4. Ben Hogan was the first player to finish second four consecutive times at The Masters.
5. The infamous Jack Nicklaus was the first player to ever record 500 birdies!
With that being said, some perfect snack ideas would be club sandwiches, golf ball cupcakes, and green jacket cookies!