PGA Tour 2013: 10 best shots

The 2013 PGA Tour season has now come to a close, leaving us to reflect on another enthralling campaign.

From Adam Scott’s Masters-clinching 12-footer to Jim Furyk’s 59, this year has produced a plethora of drama-fuelled tournaments and a series of sensational shots worthy of the highest acclaim.

But just what were the best shots on the PGA Tour in 2013? It’s an entirely subjective question, but below, we’ve selected our top 10.

In no particular order….

Justin Rose

Approach to the 72nd hole at Merion Golf Club – 2013 US Open


 
Adam Scott

Birdie putt on the 72nd hole at Augusta National – 2013 Masters

Angel Cabrera

Approach to the 72nd hole at Augusta National – 2013 Masters

Patrick Reed

Approach to the 2nd play-off hole v. Jordan Spieth at the Wyndham Championship [1:50]

Phil Mickelson

Second shot at the par-5 17th, Muirfield, en route to a maiden Open Championship [4.10]

Jim Furyk

Approach to the 9th hole in second round of BMW Championship, his 58th shot of round two

Phil Mickelson

Chip off a cart path, WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral

Jordan Spieth

Play off-forcing bunker shot on the 72nd hole at the John Deere Classic



Henrik Stenson

Holed bunker shot on 17th hole, round four of the Deutsche Bank Championship. Stenson would go on to win his first PGA Tour title for more than four years.

Tim Clark

Hole-in-one on 11th hole at Oak Hill, round four of the PGA Championship