How to Score an Invite to Play the Masters

March 31st, 2014 by John Nichols

Ever wonder what it takes to get an invitation to play in the Masters Tournament?

First, you must be “qualified,” which means you’re one of the following:

  • Masters Tournament Champion (Lifetime)
  • US Open Champions(Honorary, non-competing after 5 years)
  • British Open Champion (Honorary, non-competing after 5 years)
  • PGA Champion (Honorary, non-competing after 5 years)
  • Winner of The Players Championship (Three years)
  • Current US Amateur Champion (6-A) (Honorary, non-competing after 1 year) and the runner-up to the current US Amateur Champion
  • Current British Amateur Champion (Honorary, non-competing after 1 year)
  • Current Asian Amateur Champion
  • Current US Amateur Public Links Champion
  • Current US Mid-Amateur Champion

Or, you’re one of there:

  • The first 16 players, including ties, in the previous year’s Masters Tournament
  • The first 8 players, including ties, in the previous year’s US Open Championship
  • The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year’s British Open Championship
  • The first 4 players, including ties, in the previous year’s PGA Championship
  • The 30 leaders on the Final Official PGA Tour Money List for the previous calendar year
  • Winners of PGA Tour events that award a full-point allocation for the season-ending Tour Championship, from previous Masters to current Masters
  • Qualifyers for the previous year’s season-ending Tour Championship
  • The 50 leaders on the Final Official World Golf Ranking for the previous calendar year
  • The 50 leaders on the Official World Golf Ranking published during the week prior to the current Masters Tournament

Do you have a chance? Well, if not – here are this year’s players who do:

Find your favorites!
Bae, Sang-Moon ~ Bjorn, Thomas ~ Blixt, Jonas ~ Bradley, Keegan ~ Cabrera, Angel ~ Castro, Roberto ~ Choi, K.J.
Cink, Stewart ~ Clark, Tim ~ Clarke, Darren ~ Couples, Fred ~ Crenshaw, Ben ~ Day, Jason ~ DeJonge, Brendon
Delaet, Graham ~ Donald, Luke ~ Donaldson, Jamie ~ Dubuisson, Victor ~ Dufner, Jason ~ Duke, Ken
Els, Ernie ~ English, Harris ~ Ernst, Derek ~ Every, Matt ~ Fernandez-Castano, Gonzalo ~ Fitzpatrick, Matthew
Fowler, Rickie ~ Furyk, Jim ~ Garcia, Sergio ~ Glover, Lucas ~ Goss, Oliver ~ Grace, Branden ~ Haas, Bill
Hanson, Peter ~ Henley, Russell ~ Horschel, Billy ~ Huh, John ~ Immelman, Trevor
Jaidee, Thongchai ~ Jimenez, Miguel-Angel
Johnson, Dustin ~ Johnson, Zach ~ Kaymer, Martin ~ Kirk, Chris ~ Kuchar, Matt ~ Langer, Bernhard
Lee, Chang-Woo ~ Leishman, Marc ~ Luiten, Joost ~ Lyle, Sandy
Lynn, David ~ Mahan, Hunter ~ Manassero, Matteo
Matsuyama, Hideki ~ McCoy, Michael ~ McDowell, Graeme ~ McIlroy, Rory ~ Mickelson, Phil ~ Mize, Larry
Molinari, Francesco ~ Moore, Ryan ~ Niebrugge, Jordan ~ O’Meara, Mark ~ Olazabal, Jose-Maria
Olesen, Thorbjorn ~ Oosthuizen, Louis ~ Points, D.A. ~ Porteous, Garrick
Poulter, Ian ~ Reed, Patrick ~ Rose, Justin
Schwartzel, Charl ~ Scott, Adam ~ Senden, John ~ Simpson, Webb ~ Singh, Vijay ~ Snedeker, Brandt
Spieth, Jordan ~ Stallings, Scott ~ Stenson, Henrik ~ Streelman, Kevin
Stricker, Steve ~ Walker, Jimmy ~ Watney, Nick
Watson, Bubba ~ Watson, Tom ~ Weekley, Boo ~ Weir, Mike ~ Westwood, Lee ~ Woodland, Gary
Woosnam, Ian ~ Yang, Yong-Eun
Craig and Kevin Stadler are the first father and son duo to complete together in 78 Masters Tournaments
It’s still too soon to know if Tiger Woods will be able to play, due to persistent back pain

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