We look back at some of the most memorable Masters images in recent times from Augusta National
1987 – Larry Mize chips in from 140 feet away to win the the Masters in a playoff over No.1 Greg Norman. It was only the second career win for Mize.
1986 – “Yes Sir!” Jack Nicklaus sinks the 18 footer for birdie on 17 to secure his sixth Masters jacket. At 46, he’s the oldest winner at Augusta.
1988 – Tied for the lead on 18, Scotsman Sandy Lyle sticks one within 10 feet from the fairway bunker. He would tap in to secure his second major title.
1989 – In the second hole of a playoff, Nick Faldo secures Masters victory. He defeated Steve Hoch who missed a two-foot put on the first playoff hole that would’ve won the jacket.
1991 – For the fourth straight year, a UK golfer wins the Masters. Tied with two others on the 72nd, Ian Woosnam outlasts the field, and drains his par putt for the victory.
1996 – Another heart-wrenching collapse for Aussie Greg Norman. Norman gives away a five stroke lead on Sunday to lose by five strokes to Nick Faldo.
1997 – The putt that started an era. Tiger Woods lights up Augusta shooting a Masters record -18. He became the youngest (21) and first non-white player to win the tourney.
2005 – Possibly the best chip in Masters history. Tiger aims 20 feet left of the hole on a chip. It slowly rolls to the lip of the cup, stops, and dramatically rolls in.
2005 – After a furious Sunday, Tiger and Chris DiMarco go to a playoff. Woods would roar after sinking his birdie putt to win his fourth Masters title.
2013 – Adam Scott makes Australia proud. With the sun setting, Scott drains a 15 foot birdie on the second playoff hole for his first major victory.
2012 – From 155 yards out and deep in the Augusta forest, Bubba Watson hooks a blind shot out of the woods. It ends up within 10 feet to secure Watsons first Masters title.
2010 – Leading by two strokes on the 13th, Phil Mickleson makes the shot of the tournament through a small gap in the trees. He went onto win by three strokes over Lee Westwood.