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No. 9: Jack Nicklaus, 1986
In arguably the greatest Masters victory in history, a 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus sank a crucial putt on the 17th green to give him his first outright lead on the back nine that Sunday in Augusta, Ga.
With his son Jackie on the bag as his caddie, Nicklaus notched his 18th and final major championship that year at Augusta National.