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No. 1: Larry Mize, 1987
The Augusta, Ga., native holed out from the right of the 11th green in a sudden-death playoff with Greg Norman in what North believes is the single greatest shot in Masters history.
With a lightning-fast green that brought the pond into play on any shot toward the hole, Mize drained the chip from more than 100 feet away to seal the Masters victory.