From Tiger Woods to Phil Mickelson, inside 5 of the most memorable shots in Masters history

Brian Pincus
·1-min read

The Masters Tournament has been played since 1934, every year since 1946. It’s witnessed thousands upon thousands of shots. In this immersive 3D experience, we break down five of the most memorable.

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Bubba Watson’s remarkable recovery on the 10th that vaulted him to the win in 2012 in a sudden death playoff.

Jordan Spieth’s meltdown at 12 in 2016, which imploded his chance to become the first player in tournament history to go wire-to-wire in back-to-back Masters.

Phil Mickelson’s gut check out of the pine straw and between a pack of trees at 13 in 2010.

Gene Sarazan’s albatross — or double eagle — at 15 in 1935, arguably the greatest and most impactful single shot of any in Masters history.

And of course, Tiger Woods’ curling chip in on 16 in 2005, in what is maybe the most iconic golf shot most of us have ever seen.

Hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane.