1960s Masters photos from Sports Illustrated

1 of 15 Art Rickerby/SI
At the 1961 Masters, Arnold Palmer was poised to win his third Masters title, but he double bogeyed the 18th to hand Gary Player his first green jacket.
2 of 15 James Drake/SI
Palmer won his third green jacket in 1962, and the next year presented Jack Nicklaus with the first of his six green jackets.
3 of 15 James Drake/SI
Nicklaus celebrated with his father after winning in 1963.
4 of 15 Marvin E. Newman/SI
Nicklaus, shown here missing a putt at No. 16, tied for second in 1964. Palmer won his fourth and final green jacket by six strokes.
5 of 15 James Drake/SI
Palmer birdied 18 to cap off a two-under 70 as he became the first player to win four Masters titles.
6 of 15 James Drake/SI
Palmer at the scorer's table after his win in 1964.
7 of 15 James Drake/SI
For the third straight year, Nicklaus and Palmer were at the green jacket ceremony.
8 of 15 Marvin E. Newman/SI
Nicklaus dominated the 1965 Masters with a tournament record of 17-under 271.
9 of 15 Marvin E. Newman/SI
Nicklaus's 17-under record was tied by Ray Floyd in 1976 but wasn't broken until 1997, when Tiger Woods won by 12 strokes with a total of 18-under 270.
10 of 15 James Drake/SI
Nicklaus defeated Player and Palmer by nine strokes.
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Nicklaus and Palmer exchanged green jackets for the fourth straight year.
12 of 15 Marvin E. Newman/SI
Nicklaus, pictured with Ben Hogan, became the first player to win back-to-back Masters titles in 1966.
13 of 15 Marvin E. Newman/SI
Doug Sanders, who tied for fourth in 1966, teeing off on No. 16.
14 of 15 Neil Leifer/SI
In the 1968 Masters, Roberto DeVicenzo was heading to a playoff with Bob Goalby until DeVicenzo learned he had signed an incorrect scorecard.
15 of 15 Neil Leifer/SI
DeVicenzo signed for a 4 on No. 17 instead of a birdie 3.