During the early stages of spring every year, the golfing world converges at Augusta National for golf's most prestigious tournament, The Masters.

Across the past 90 years, a slew of superstars have saluted on the final day after navigating Augusta's many kinks and turns, often in varying weather conditions.

However, only one of these champions has recorded the lowest round of all time.

That honour remains with Dustin Johnson after the American finished on the Sunday after 268 strokes in 2020.

Johnson's ability to hit 70 or below in all four of his rounds not only saw him claim the green jacket but also saw him eclipse the previous record, set by Tiger Woods in 1997.

Woods' balistic 270 was also matched by Jordan Speith, with the Texan also proving concise during his tournament victory in 2015.

Year Golfer First round score Second round score Third round score Final round score 72-hole score
2020 Dustin Johnson 65 70 65 68 268
1997 Tiger Woods 70 66 65 69 270
2015 Jordan Speith 64 66 70 70 270