The golfers with the most wins at 1 course, ranked

Tiger's Torrey Pines dominance won't soon be forgotten.

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Certain tracks just set up better for some players. Whether it’s the look of the fairways or something in the tap water, select pros absolutely own a course — like Tiger does Torrey Pines. Here are the players who love to light it up and where.

Who has eight wins on the same course?

Tiger Woods

Torrey Pines

Tiger’s win at the ’08 U.S. Open gets most of the press, but it’s only one of eight times he’s left Torrey Pines with hardware.

Bay Hill Club & Lodge

Only two players have won in back-to-back years at Bay Hill: Matt Every and Tiger. The Big Cat has done it four times, including a four-peat from 2000 to 2003.

Firestone CC (South)

From the first time Firestone hosted an event, Tiger was dominant. He won the first three WGCs in Ohio and added five more wins by 2013.

Tiger Woods has owned Firestone CC over the years. Getty Images

Six wins

Jack Nicklaus

Augusta National GC

No one has owned the Masters like the Golden Bear. With six green jackets in his closet, Jack knows Augusta National better than anyone else.

Alex Ross

Pinehurst No. 2

Alex Ross’ career highlight is surely his 1907 U.S. Open win, but six wins at the home of American golf is nothing to scoff at.

Sam Snead

Bayshore CC

The Slammer claimed 82 PGA Tour victories during his decorated career, and six of them came courtesy of the Miami Open.

Five wins

Ben Hogan

Colonial CC

Hogan is a legendary figure in golf, and his stature in Texas is only amplified. With five wins at Colonial, the classic Fort Worth course has been dubbed “Hogan’s Alley.”

Davis Love III

Harbour Town GL

Masters week is when lots of players aim to peak, but Love has been a week late most of his career with five tartan jackets to his credit.

Phil Mickelson

Pebble Beach

It feels appropriate that the charismatic lefty has racked up wins in bunches in his home state. The Pebble Pro-Am also allows him to flash perhaps his greatest asset—his personality.

Phil Mickelson has five career wins at Pebble Beach, but none when the U.S. Open has made its way there. Getty Images

Mark O’Meara

Pebble Beach

Along with Mickelson, O’Meara owns the most wins at the Pebble Pro-Am.

Sam Snead

Starmount Forest CC

The Greater Greensboro Open was another favorite of Snead’s. He won the event eight times, five of them coming at Starmount Forest.

Tiger Woods

Augusta National

Tiger owns 15 major titles, and a third of them have come at Augusta National.

Tiger, Augusta, need we say anything more? Getty Images

Muirfield Village GC

Tiger’s career has largely been judged with the Golden Bear as a measuring stick, and superb performances at Jack’s place over the years have bolstered his résumé.

Cog Hill GC

Woods won the Western Open three times at Cog Hill, and he’s added two more trophies since its rebranding as the BMW Championship.

Four wins

Hale Irwin

Palmer Course at Turtle Bay (Champions Tour)

No one has won more on the senior circuit than Irwin, and his dominance at the Palmer Course has helped pad that total.

Jack Nicklaus

Cochise Course (Champions Tour)

Jack didn’t limit his searing play to the PGA Tour. He’s one of just two senior golfers to have won on the same course four times.

Arnold Palmer

Augusta National

The King won seven majors in his career and did the bulk of his damage at the National.

When it comes to Augusta National, it’s good to be King (or Jack, for that matter). Getty Images

Tamarisk CC

No one had more success at the Bob Hope Classic than Palmer. Of his five Hope wins, four of them came at Tamarisk.

Sam Snead

Sedgefield CC

Snead’s dominance in Greensboro extended to Sedgefield as well.

Tom Watson

Preston Trails GC

A gift for battling high winds helped earn Watson five Open Championships, but it also earned him four wins in Dallas.

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