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THE MASTERS: Greatest Shots and Moments

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The Masters was started by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts, and was first played at Augusta National (designed by Jones and Alister MacKenzie) in 1934. In 1949, the tournament began giving out a Green Jacket to the champion.

Over the years, The Masters has become a tradition unlike any other, taking place every April. This year however, it has been postponed to November. In lieu of an April 2020 Masters, I put together this video of some of the greatest shots and moments from The Masters over the years.

Some shots that I would like to include are not in the video because for some, no footage exists (Gene Sarazen’s “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” albatross at hole 15 during the final round in 1935), and for others, footage either does not exist or I could not find it anywhere (Bruce Devlin’s albatross on the 8th in 1967, Byron Nelson driving the 3rd green in the final round in 1937, etc).

*I own none of the footage in this video. All rights belong to The Masters and CBS Sports.

*I own none of the music in this video. All rights belong to the following:
0:01 – M83 “Un Nouveau Soleil”
1:37 – M83 “My Tears Are Becoming A Sea”
3:59 – M83 “Un Nouveau Soleil”
8:46 – M83 “Sister (Part 1)”
11:00 – M83 “By The Kiss”
13:35 – M83 “My Tears Are Becoming A Sea”
15:48 – M83 “Un Nouveau Soleil”

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  1. 1. 0:24 Tiger Woods – 2011 Masters – Final Round, 15th hole (Firethorn)
    2. 0:46 Louis Oosthuizen – 2016 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    3. 1:12 Phil Mickelson – 2010 Masters – Third Round, 14th hole (Chinese Fir)
    4. 1:26 Phil Mickelson – 2004 Masters – Final Round, 14th hole (Chinese Fir)
    5. 1:44 Phil Mickelson 2004 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    6. 1:59 Gary Player 1978 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    7. 2:17 Arnold Palmer 1962 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    8. 2:28 Jack Nicklaus 1975 Masters – Final Round, 15th hole (Firethorn)
    9. 2:42 Jack Nicklaus 1975 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    10. 2:52 Tiger Woods 2005 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    11. 3:26 Tiger Woods 2005 Masters – Final Round: Second sudden death playoff hole , 18th hole (Holly)
    12. 3:36 Bubba Watson 2012 Masters – Final Round: Second sudden death playoff hole, 10th hole (Camellia)
    13. 4:07 Ben Crenshaw 1984 Masters – Final Round, 10th hole (Camellia)
    14. 4:19 Jack Nicklaus 1986 Masters – Final Round, 15th hole (Firethorn)
    15. 4:37 Jack Nicklaus 1986 Masters – Final Round, 15th hole (Firethorn)
    16. 4:49 Jack Nicklaus 1986 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    17. 5:02 Jack Nicklaus 1986 Masters – Final Round, 17th hole (Nandina)
    18. 5:17 Phil Mickelson 2010 Masters – Final Round, 13th hole (Azalea)
    19. 5:37 Adam Scott 2013 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    20. 6:04 Larry Mize 1987 Masters – Final Round: Second Sudden Death Playoff hole, 11th hole (White Dogwood)
    21. 6:18 Nick Faldo 1989 Masters – Final Round, 17th hole (Nandina)
    22. 6:25 Nick Faldo 1989 Masters – Final Round: Second sudden death playoff hole, 11th hole (White Dogwood)
    23. 6:35 Nick Faldo 1990 Masters – Final Round: Second sudden death playoff hole, 11th hole (White Dogwood). Faldo becomes just the second player to win back-to-back Masters.
    24. 6:43 Jordan Spieth 2015 Masters -First Round, 14th hole (Chinese Fir)
    25. 6:54 Jordan Spieth 2015 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    26. 7:06 Sandy Lyle 1988 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly). Lyle becomes the first player since Arnold Palmer in 1960 to birdie the final hole to win.
    27. 7:41 Louis Oosthuizen 2012 Masters – Final Round, 2nd hole (Pink Dogwood)
    28. 8:09 Seve Ballesteros 1986 Masters – Final Round, 13th hole (Azalea)
    29. 8:28 Ben Crenshaw 1995 Masters – Crenshaw wins The Masters a week after the death of his instructor Harvey Penick. He was a pallbearer at his funeral on Wednesday, the day before the first round.
    30. 8:53 Arnold Palmer 1960 Masters – Final Round, 17th hole (Nandina)
    31. 9:03 Arnold Palmer 1960 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    32. 9:22 Arnold Palmer 1960 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly). Palmer becomes the first player to birdie the final two holes to win The Masters.
    33. 9:32 Matt Kuchar 2017 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    34. 10:07 Tiger Woods 1997 Masters. 21 year old Tiger Woods becomes the youngest champion in the tournaments history, and sets many records in the process. Lowest score (-18, matched by Jordan Spieth in 2015) and largest margin of victory (12 strokes).
    35. 10:17 Tiger Woods 2001 Masters – Tiger completes the ‘Tiger Slam’ holding all four major championship titles simultaneously.
    36. 10:40 K.J. Choi 2004 Masters – Final Round, 11th hole (White Dogwood)
    37. 10:59 Charl Schwartzel 2011 Masters – Final Round, 3rd hole (Flowering Peach)
    38. 11:16 Charl Schwartzel 2011 Masters – Final Round, 15rd hole (Firethron)
    39. 11:19 Charl Schwartzel 2011 Masters – Final Round, 16rd hole (Redbud)
    40. 11:22 Charl Schwartzel 2011 Masters – Final Round, 17rd hole (Nandina)
    41. 11:25 Charl Schwartzel 2011 Masters – Final Round, 16rd hole (Redbud)
    42. 11:29 Bryson DeChambeau 2019 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    43. 11:54 Sergio Garcia 2017 Masters. Sergio saves par from the trees in the final round on the 13th (Azalea)
    44. 12:00 Sergio Garcia 2017 Masters – Final Round, 15th hole (Firethorn)
    45. 12:24 Sergio Garcia 2017 Masters – Final Round: First sudden death playoff hole, 18th hole (Holly)
    46. 12:43 Mark O’Meara 1998 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    47. 13:06 Davis Love III 1999 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    48. 13:28 Ian Woosnam 1991 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    49. 13:36 Padraig Harrington 2004 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    50. 13:51 Kirk Triplett 2004 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud). 10 minutes after Harrington’s hole-in-one on the same hole.
    51. 14:08 Tom Watson 1977 Masters – Final Round, 17th hole (Nandina)
    52. 14:20 Trevor Immelman 2005 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    53. 14:27 Curtis Strange 1988 Masters – Final Round, 12th hole (Golden Bell)
    54. 14:38 Justin Thomas 2019 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    55. 14:54 Tiger Woods 2010 Masters – 9th hole (Carolina Cherry)
    56. 15:07 Anthony Kim 2010 Masters – Final Round, 15th hole (Firethorn)
    57. 15:18 Anthony Kim 2010 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    58. 15:28 Fred Couple 1992 Masters – Final Round, 12th hole (Golden Bell)
    59. 15:54 Nick Faldo and Greg Norman 1996 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    60. 16:15 Arnold Palmer 1964 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    61. 16:44 Seve Ballesteros 1983 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)
    62. 16:55 Tiger Woods 2019 Masters – Second Round, 14th hole (Chinese Fir)
    63. 17:06 Tiger Woods 2019 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole (Redbud)
    64. 17:27 Tiger Woods 2019 Masters – Final Round, 17th hole (Nandina)
    65. 17:32 Tiger Woods 2019 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole (Holly)

  2. After reading some of the other comments I'm glad I'm not the only one that got a little choked up!! Thank you Golf Focus that was really well done and the back round music was perfect.

  3. Nice video…… Seve Ballesteros should of been featured (may have hit one shot?) other than that nice……

    Tiger woods is the GOAT regardless of less majors…..

  4. Great video, but feels incomplete without some of the meltdown moments which are every bit as memorable as these awesome memories. That's the essence of the Masters, the agony and the ecstasy.

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