The 100 Greatest Golf Shots of All Time

Posted by Robert

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Tiger's 16th at Augusta. The Shot Heard 'Round the World. Tom Watson holing out at the '82 US Open.

These are some of the shots that immediately come to mind when we think of the Greatest Golf Shots of All Time.

But what about some of the lesser-known great shots? How about a double-eagle by a ten year-old? Or an albatross on a par 6 by a three-time British Open winner? Or a fourteen year-old girl who teed it up with the best men on the planet, and missed the cut by a single stroke?

These, and many other incredible shots, are here on our list of the Greatest Golf Shots of All Time.

Most shots are accompanied by video, so you can revisit some old favorites or check out some amazing golf for the first time.

Enjoy the list. And, as always, please no wagering.

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  2. Tim Morland Says:

    Nothing from the greatest shot maker of all time Seve Ballesteros? A shot hit backwards off of a stone wall seems pretty memorable.

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  5. duane Says:

    number 25 should be in the top three no question.

  6. Phil Reed Says:

    How about Sandy Lyles 7 iron out of the bunker on the 72nd hole of the ’88 masters. Seve’s wonder shot from the car park at the ’79 open.

    Christy O’conners 2 iron at the ’89 Ryder Cup

    Mainly American players make your list. Lets see how many good shots you pull out next week……

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    You said Greg Norman led all four majors in 1986 and lost each at the end, when in fact, he won the 1986 British Open at Turnberry. He also won the Open Championship at Royal St. George’s in 1993 for his second and final major title.

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  11. Pete Says:

    more could be of Payne Stewart’s putt. A hole before he makes a snake that Bones McKay says is the best putt he’s ever seen and that the putt he made on 18 was unthinkable. Just my 2 cents.

  12. Kris Says:

    What about Watson’s approach to the 72nd hole in the 1977 Open Championship at Turnberry? It needed to be great, as Nicklaus holed a 40-footer to momentarily tie him. What about Craig Parry’s eagle in sudden death on the Blue Monster at Doral, or Jonathan Byrd’s ace in a sudden death playoff?

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