MASTERS FIELD American Section

Tommy Aaron, George Archer, Andy Bean, Chip Beck, Gay Brewer, Jack Burke, George Burns, Billy Casper, Bobby Clampett, Charles Coody, Fred Couples, Ben Crenshaw, a-Nathaniel Crosby, Danny Edwards, a-Richard Fehr, Keith Fergus, Ray Floyd, Doug Ford, Bob Gilder, Bob Goalby, Jay Haas, Gary Hallberg, a-James Hallet.

Morris Hatalsky, Mark Hayes, Scott Hoch, a-Jim Holtgrieve, Hale Irwin, Peter Jacobsen, Tom Kite, Gary Koch, Wayne Levi, a-Robert Lewis Jr., Bruce Lietzke, Lyn Lott, John Mahaffey, Johnny Miller, Gil Morgan, Jodie Mudd, Larry Nelson, Mike Nicolette, Jack Nicklaus, Tim Norris, Andy North, Arnold Palmer.

Calvin Peete, Dan Pohl, Jack Renner, Larry Rinker, Bill Rogers, John Schroeder, a-Jay Sigel, Jim Simons, Scott Simpson, J.C. Snead, Sam Snead, Ed Sneed, Craig Stadler, Payne Stewart, Curtis Strange, Hal Sutton, a-David Tolley, Lee Trevino, Lanny Wadkins, Art Wall, Tom Watson, Tom Weiskopf, Fuzzy Zoeller. Foreign Section

Isao Aoki, Yutaka Hagawa, Tsuneyuki Nakajima, Japan; Bruce Devlin, David Graham, Greg Norman, Bob Shearer, Australia; Seve Ballesteros, Spain; Nick Faldo, Sandy Lyle, Peter Oosterhuis, a-Martin Thompson, Great Britain; Gary Player, South Africa; a-Philippe Ploujoux, France; Min Nan Hseih, Taiwan.

a-Amateur. FACTS AND FIGURES

Dates: April 7-10.

Course: Augusta National Golf Club, 6,905 yards, par 36-36--72.

Expected field: 82 players (60 American pros, 7 American amateurs, 13 foreign pros, 2 foreign amateurs).

Purse: To be announced. (1982: $367,152 total, $64,000 to winner.)

Format: 72 holes, stroke play.

Defending champion: Craig Stadler.

Course records: 18 holes, 64 (Lloyd Mangrum, 1940; Jack Nicklaus, 1965; Maurice Bembridge, 1974; Hale Irwin, 1975; Gary Player, 1978; Miller Barber, 1979); 72 holes, 271 (Jack Nicklaus, 1965; Ray Floyd, 1976).