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No. 6: Sandy Lyle, 1988
From the fairway bunker on the steep 18th hole, Sandy Lyle hit one of the most underappreciated shots in Masters history.
Lyle's approach into the final green during the fourth round proved to be the difference as he made birdie on No. 18 to nip Mark Calcavecchia by a stroke to win the green jacket.