The official film of the Augusta Masters 1997.
Like Gene Sarazen's double eagle in 1935 at the 15th or Jack Nicklaus' sixth Green Jacket at the age of 46 in 1986, Tiger Woods' triumph in the 1997 Masters earned a place in history. Playing in only his third Masters, Woods became the Tournament's youngest champion at 21.
Follow Woods' spectacular play as he shoots a four day total 18 under par 270 while breaking the Tournament record by one stroke, eclipsing Masters legends Nicklaus (1965) and Ray Floyd (1976). His 12 stroke margin over runner-up Tom Kite also set the Tournament standard.
Join the elite field of the Masters. From Gene Sarazen to Byron Nelson; from Sam Snead's opening tee shot on the Thursday to Tiger's final record-setting putt on Sunday, the official video of the 1997 Masters contains pictures not seen on television. Be part of the tradition of an April weekend in Augusta, Georgia and relive the highlights of this memorable sporting event.