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10 Most Memorable Masters Of The Last 50 Years

It is every golfers favorite time of the year as The Masters week upon us. To get you hyped for this weekends first major we decided to put 10 of the most memorable Masters of the last 50 years in one easy-to-find place so that you can enjoy Augusta National until the coverage starts.

Go back in time to Bob Goalby’s 1968 win; relive the heartbreak of Greg Norman in 1996; remember the history of Tiger Woods in 1997; every one of them is on this list — and also available on The Masters’ YouTube page.

Should we begin in with Jack Nicklaus in 1986? Yes sir!

1986

46-year-old Jack Nicklaus comes from behind on Sunday to win his record sixth Masters by one stroke over Tom Kite and Greg Norman.

1997

Tiger Woods became the youngest champion in Masters history, also setting Tournament records for 72-hole score and margin of victory.

2004

Phil Mickelson birdies the 72nd hole to win his first major championship, by a single stroke over Ernie Els.

1975

Jack Nicklaus wins a record fifth Tournament by one stroke over Johnny Miller and Tom Weiskopf.

1995

Ben Crenshaw wins his second Tournament in emotional fashion, paying tribute to his late mentor Harvey Penick. Davis Love III finished one stroke back.

2012

Bubba Watson defeats Louis Oosthuizen on the second playoff hole.

1987

Larry Mize wins in dramatic fashion on the second playoff hole, defeating Seve Ballesteros and Greg Norman.

1968

Bob Goalby defeats Roberto De Vicenzo by a single stroke after De Vicenzo signs an incorrect scorecard, giving him a 4 rather than a 3 on No. 17.

2011

Charl Schwartzel birdies the final four holes to finish two strokes ahead of Jason Day and Adam Scott.

1996

Nick Faldo shoots a final round 67 to win his third Green Jacket, by five strokes over Greg Norman.

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