Setting the Scene

US Open 2008 - 18th Hole - Final round - Torrey Pines

Tiger played on one leg for the whole week and announced two days after the tournament that he was to undergo surgery on his ACL.

Rocco Mediate looked confident in the Torrey Pines clubhouse. If both Westwood and Tiger missed their very tricky putts he'd be crowned champion. 

Westwood missed.

Tiger did this...


Setting the Scene

The Masters 2005 - 16th Hole - Final round - Augusta National

Tiger had a slender one shot lead going on to the 16th and pulled his tee shot long and left, whilst Chris Di Marco comfortably found the centre of the green.

Potential for a two shot swing and a huge shock?

IN YOOOOUUUUURRRR LIIIIFFFFEEEEE...


Setting the scene

US Open 2002 - 18th hole - Second round - Hazeltine

3-iron, ball below feet, stood outside of bunker, trees in front, 210 yards.

Tiger says it's the best shot he has ever hit. Good enough for us!


Setting the scene

US Open 2000 - First playoff hole - Valhalla

Bob May got ideas above his station by shooting a 31 (-5) back nine in the final round so Tiger did it too.

On to the first playoff hole of three and with May out of position he pulled off an incredible chip to wrestle back the momentum from Woods.

Tiger than did this...


Setting the scene

President's Cup 2009 - Saturday Morning Foursomes - 18th hole - Harding Park

Tim Clark and Mike Weir had the front to take Steve Stricker and Eldrick down the last and a result for the internationals would have made the overall match neck and neck.

Stricker stuck Woods in the fairway and left him a 4-iron in.

Tiger hit the most pimp shot of all time...


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