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Four of the most famous shots in Augusta history could help you!

Shots that engrain themselves in Masters history aren’t necessarily memorable for their diffculty, more the tense situation during which they occur. Under the most intense pressure, these four champions held their nerve and conjured up perfection when it mattered most. And it brought them a coveted Green Jacket.

TIGER WOODS' CHIP IN

Tiger’s jaw-dropping chip-in on the par-3 16th during the final round of the 2005 Masters is generally accepted as the most famous shot of golf’s modern era.

 

 

SANDY LYLE'S BUNKER SHOT

Sandy Lyle led the 1988 Masters from midway through the second round... until he bogeyed the 14th hole on Sunday after double-bogeying the 12th.

 

 

PHIL MICKELSON'S RECOVERY

England’s Lee Westwood could have won the 2010 Masters, but Phil Mickelson had other ideas!

 

 

LARRY MIZE'S CHECK AND RELEASE

Larry Mize, an Augusta native, began the sudden-death play-off at the 1987 Masters against two giants of the game in Greg Norman and Seve Ballesteros.