1980s Masters Photos from Sports Illustrated

1 of 13 John Iacono/SI
In 1980, 23-year-old Seve Ballesteros became the youngest Masters champion. A 21-year-old Tiger Woods broke that record in 1997.
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Tom Watson held off Johnny Miller and Jack Nicklaus to win the 1981 Masters by two shots.
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Despite leading by six strokes with nine holes left at the 1982 Masters, Craig Stadler needed a playoff to win his lone major title.
4 of 13 George Tiedemann/SI
Ballesteros won his second title in 1983 with an eight-under total, four strokes better than Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw.
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In 1984, Ben Crenshaw shot a final-round 68 to win his first green jacket by two strokes.
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Bernhard Langer went 68-68 on the weekend at the 1985 Masters to become just the third international player to win at Augusta.
7 of 13 John Iacono/SI
In 1986, 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus stunned the world by winning his sixth green jacket and 18th major title.
8 of 13 John Iacono/SI
Nicklaus shot a final-round 65, including a 30 on the back nine, to win by one stroke over Tom Kite and Greg Norman.
9 of 13 Michael O'Bryon/SI
Nicklaus's sixth Masters title came 23 years after he won his first green jacket.
10 of 13 John Iacono/SI
Nicklaus's win was especially poignant because his son, Jackie, was on the bag.
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Augusta native Larry Mize holed a 140-foot birdie chip on No. 11, the second playoff hole, to defeat Greg Norman in 1987.
12 of 13 Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
In 1989, Scott Hoch missed a two-foot par putt on the first playoff hole, No. 10, to keep Nick Faldo's hopes alive.
13 of 13 Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
Faldo holed a 25-foot birdie putt on No. 11, the second playoff hole, to win the first of three Masters titles.