• At 21 years and 8 months old, won his first major by four strokes.

 

• His 72-hole score of 18-under 270 matched the tournament mark Tiger Woods set in 1997 on his way to his first major title, also at age 21.

 

• Became the first player to get to 19 under in the history of the Masters, first played in 1934, with a birdie Sunday at the par-5 15th.

 

• With a birdie at No. 10, his 26th, broke a tournament record set in 2001 by Phil Mickelson. He finished with 28.

 

• Became the first wire-to-wire winner at the event since 1976.

 

• Had already broken the 36-hole (14-under 130) and 54-hole (16-under 200) tournament records.