Of the following ten, what’s the most immortal golf moment?
- first hole-in-one ever recorded in tournament play!
- Jones is still the only golfer in history to win four major titles in a single year!
- In the final round of the 1935 Masters, Gene Sarazen hit what is arguably the greatest shot in golf history.
- Eleven months later, Hogan fought Sam Snead into a tie in the Los Angeles Open, only to lose in a playoff.
- Arnold Palmer cracked that if he could drive the first hole at Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, a 346-yard par-4, that afternoon, he may make up a seven-shot deficit and win the tournament.
- Watson shot 65 to Nicklaus’s 66, neither man giving an inch in one of the most dramatic finishes in golf history.
- the 46-year-old Golden Bear tried to beat the kids at the 1986 Masters.
- This performance lasted longer, in the minds of his competitors, than just the four days it took Woods to win the 100th U.S. Open Championship.
- By becoming the first player ever to break 60 in an LPGA event, Annika Sorenstam put the LPGA on her back and lifted it higher in public perception.
- It dropped into the cup, and Mickelson made his famous spread-legged leap (to a height of an estimated four inches off the turf); the weight of his burden had been lifted with his first major win.