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10 Best Shots in FedEx Cup Playoff History

It’s hard to believe it’s been a 12 years since the FedEx Cup was introduced. Since 2007, we’ve been fortunate to see some of the world’s best players produce some of the most outrageously clutch shots with tens of millions of dollars on the line.

Here are 10 of the best during the FedEx Cup playoffs.

Bill Haas – 2011 Tour Championship

Who can forget this? In 2012, Bill Haas turned in one of the most memorable shots in the history of the game, let alone the FedExCup, when he flopped one out of the water greenside on the second playoff hole.

With Hunter Mahan on the green in regulation at East Lake’s 17th (since then the courses nines have been switched and now this is the eighth hole), Haas had no choice but to go for gold and hope for the best. He splashed his half-submerged ball out of the water and it checked up nicely pin high. He went on to win with a par on the next hole, East Lake’s par-3 18th (now the ninth.)

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