Golf's Best Photographs & Moments



The best and most memorable pictures and moments in golf historical past. From Tiger Wooden’s chip on the 16th gap on the 2005 Masters, to Payne Stewart’s victory on the 1999 U.S. Open. Get pleasure from a few of golf’s all-time finest moments. (These pictures are in no specific order, and that is under no circumstances a definitive checklist. Let me know what you suppose within the feedback!)
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0:01 – Outro: M83
3:03 – Decrease Your Eyelids to Die with the Solar: M83
6:12 – Starwaves: M83
9:19 – Outro: M83

Photographs:
1. 0:06 Tiger Woods – 2005 Masters – Closing Spherical, 16th gap
2. 0:35 Robert Gamez – 1990 Nestle Invitational – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
3. 0:48 Adam Scott – 2013 Masters – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
4. 0:58 Jordan Spieth – 2017 Vacationers Championship – Closing Spherical, 1st Sudden-Dying Playoff Gap
5. 1:13 Y.E. Yang- 2009 PGA Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
6. 1:39 Tiger Woods – 2012 Memorial Match – Closing Spherical, 16th gap
7. 1:54 Corey Pavin – 1995 U.S. Open – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
8. 2:13 Invoice Haas – 2011 TOUR Championship – Closing Spherical, 17th gap
9. 2:31 Tiger Woods – 1997 Masters – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
10. 2:41 Jason Day – 2015 PGA Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
11. 3:03 Tiger Woods – 2019 WGC Mexico – Second Spherical, ninth gap
12. 3:16 Tiger Woods – 2008 U.S. Open – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
13. 3:30 Rickie Fowler – 2015 Playoff Championship – Closing Spherical, 1st Sudden-Dying Playoff Gap after 3-hole combination playoff
14. 3:53 Jordan Spieth – 2017 Open Championship – Closing Spherical, 15th gap
15. 4:06 Tiger Woods – 2002 PGA Championship- Second Spherical, 18th gap
16. 4:20 Jordan Spieth – 2013 John Deere Basic – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
17. 4:31 Tiger Woods – 2000 PGA Championship – Closing Spherical, 1st gap of 3-hole combination playoff
18. 4:41 Matt Kuchar – 2014 RBC Heritage – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
19. 5:03 Jack Nicklaus – 1986 Masters – Closing Spherical, 16th gap
20. 5:16 Jack Nicklaus – 1986 Masters – Closing Spherical, 17th gap
21. 5:30 Tiger Woods – 1997 Phoenix Open – 16th gap
22. 5:42 Isao Aoki – 1983 Hawaiian Open – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
23. 5:56 Tiger Woods – 2000 Bell Canadian Open – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
24. 6:12 Victor Dubuisson – 2014 Accenture March Play Championship – Championship Match, 18th gap
25. 6:41 Sergio Garcia – 2017 Masters – Closing Spherical, 1st Sudden-Dying Playoff Gap
26. 6:53 Jonathan Byrd – Stroll-off Gap-in-one- 2010 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Youngsters Open – Closing Spherical, 4th Sudden-Dying Playoff Gap
27. 7:10 Louis Oosthuizen – 2012 Masters – Closing Spherical, 2nd gap
28. 7:34 Tiger Woods – 2000 WGC-NEC Invitational – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
29. 7:55 Sergio Garcia – 1999 PGA Championship – Closing Spherical, 16th gap
30. 8:08 Seve Ballesteros – 1984 Open Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
31. 8:22 Bubba Watson – 2012 Masters – Closing Spherical, 2nd Sudden-Dying Playoff Gap
32. 8:50 Paul Azinger – 1993 Memorial Match – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
33. 9:01 Larry Mize, 1987 Masters, Closing Spherical, 2nd Sudden-Dying Playoff Gap
34. 9:15 Tiger Woods – 2001 Gamers Championship – Third Spherical, 17th gap
35. 9:29 Arnold Palmer – 1960 U.S. Open – Closing Spherical, 18th Gap (Palmer rallied to finish the most important comeback in U.S. Open historical past after starting the ultimate spherical 7 strokes again of chief Mike Souchak)
36. 9:39 Justin Leonard – 1999 Ryder Cup – Closing Day, 17th gap, match A/S
37. 9:57 Phil Mickelson – 2010 Masters – Closing Spherical, 13th gap
38. 10:09 Payne Stewart – 1999 U.S. Open – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
39. 10:35 Justin Rose – 2016 Rio Olympics – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
40. 10:44 Tom Watson – 1982 U.S. Open – Closing Spherical, 17th gap
41. 11:04 Martin Kaymer – 2012 Ryder Cup – Closing Day, 18th gap, to safe the Ryder Cup for the European workforce
42. 11:22 David Duval – 1999 Bob Hope Basic – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
43. 11:31 Jim Furyk – 2016 Vacationers Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
44. 11:47 Jack Nicklaus – 1972 U.S. Open – Closing Spherical, 17th gap
45. 11:58 Bob Tway – 1986 PGA Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
46. 12:11 Shaun Micheel – 2003 PGA Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
47. 12:29 Constantino Rocca – 1995 Open Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
48. 12:48 Phil Mickelson – 2004 Masters – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
49. 13:02 Tiger Woods – 2000 AT&T Pebble Seashore Nationwide Professional-Am – Closing Spherical, 15th gap
50. 13:14 Tiger Woods – 2018 Tour Championship – Closing Spherical, 18th gap
51. 13:34 Tiger Woods – 2019 Masters – Closing Spherical, 16th gap
52. 13:53 Tiger Woods – 2019 Masters – Closing Spherical, 18th gap

48 thoughts on “Golf's Best Photographs & Moments

  1. Shots:
    1. 0:06 Tiger Woods – 2005 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole
    2. 0:35 Robert Gamez – 1990 Nestle Invitational – Final Round, 18th hole
    3. 0:48 Adam Scott – 2013 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole
    4. 0:58 Jordan Spieth – 2017 Travelers Championship – Final Round, 1st Sudden-Death Playoff Hole
    5. 1:13 Y.E. Yang- 2009 PGA Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    6. 1:39 Tiger Woods – 2012 Memorial Tournament – Final Round, 16th hole
    7. 1:54 Corey Pavin – 1995 U.S. Open – Final Round, 18th hole
    8. 2:13 Bill Haas – 2011 TOUR Championship – Final Round, 17th hole
    9. 2:31 Tiger Woods – 1997 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole
    10. 2:41 Jason Day – 2015 PGA Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    11. 3:03 Tiger Woods – 2019 WGC Mexico – Second Round, 9th hole
    12. 3:16 Tiger Woods – 2008 U.S. Open – Final Round, 18th hole
    13. 3:30 Rickie Fowler – 2015 Playoff Championship – Final Round, 1st Sudden-Death Playoff Hole after 3-hole aggregate playoff
    14. 3:53 Jordan Spieth – 2017 Open Championship – Final Round, 15th hole
    15. 4:06 Tiger Woods – 2002 PGA Championship- Second Round, 18th hole
    16. 4:20 Jordan Spieth – 2013 John Deere Classic – Final Round, 18th hole
    17. 4:31 Tiger Woods – 2000 PGA Championship – Final Round, 1st hole of 3-hole aggregate playoff
    18. 4:41 Matt Kuchar – 2014 RBC Heritage – Final Round, 18th hole
    19. 5:03 Jack Nicklaus – 1986 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole
    20. 5:16 Jack Nicklaus – 1986 Masters – Final Round, 17th hole
    21. 5:30 Tiger Woods – 1997 Phoenix Open – 16th hole
    22. 5:42 Isao Aoki – 1983 Hawaiian Open – Final Round, 18th hole
    23. 5:56 Tiger Woods – 2000 Bell Canadian Open – Final Round, 18th hole
    24. 6:12 Victor Dubuisson – 2014 Accenture March Play Championship – Championship Match, 18th hole
    25. 6:41 Sergio Garcia – 2017 Masters – Final Round, 1st Sudden-Death Playoff Hole
    26. 6:53 Jonathan Byrd – Walk-off Hole-in-one- 2010 Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open – Final Round, 4th Sudden-Death Playoff Hole
    27. 7:10 Louis Oosthuizen – 2012 Masters – Final Round, 2nd hole
    28. 7:34 Tiger Woods – 2000 WGC-NEC Invitational – Final Round, 18th hole
    29. 7:55 Sergio Garcia – 1999 PGA Championship – Final Round, 16th hole
    30. 8:08 Seve Ballesteros – 1984 Open Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    31. 8:22 Bubba Watson – 2012 Masters – Final Round, 2nd Sudden-Death Playoff Hole
    32. 8:50 Paul Azinger – 1993 Memorial Tournament – Final Round, 18th hole
    33. 9:01 Larry Mize, 1987 Masters, Final Round, 2nd Sudden-Death Playoff Hole
    34. 9:15 Tiger Woods – 2001 Players Championship – Third Round, 17th hole
    35. 9:29 Arnold Palmer – 1960 U.S. Open – Final Round, 18th Hole (Palmer rallied to complete the largest comeback in U.S. Open history after beginning the final round 7 strokes back of leader Mike Souchak)
    36. 9:39 Justin Leonard – 1999 Ryder Cup – Final Day, 17th hole, match A/S
    37. 9:57 Phil Mickelson – 2010 Masters – Final Round, 13th hole
    38. 10:09 Payne Stewart – 1999 U.S. Open – Final Round, 18th hole
    39. 10:35 Justin Rose – 2016 Rio Olympics – Final Round, 18th hole
    40. 10:44 Tom Watson – 1982 U.S. Open – Final Round, 17th hole
    41. 11:04 Martin Kaymer – 2012 Ryder Cup – Final Day, 18th hole, to secure the Ryder Cup for the European team
    42. 11:22 David Duval – 1999 Bob Hope Classic – Final Round, 18th hole
    43. 11:31 Jim Furyk – 2016 Travelers Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    44. 11:47 Jack Nicklaus – 1972 U.S. Open – Final Round, 17th hole
    45. 11:58 Bob Tway – 1986 PGA Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    46. 12:11 Shaun Micheel – 2003 PGA Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    47. 12:29 Constantino Rocca – 1995 Open Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    48. 12:48 Phil Mickelson – 2004 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole
    49. 13:02 Tiger Woods – 2000 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am – Final Round, 15th hole
    50. 13:14 Tiger Woods – 2018 Tour Championship – Final Round, 18th hole
    51. 13:34 Tiger Woods – 2019 Masters – Final Round, 16th hole
    52. 13:53 Tiger Woods – 2019 Masters – Final Round, 18th hole

  2. This is fantastic. It has every great shot I remember at 70 years old, EXCEPT one. Ben Crenshaw's 70 foot put on No. 10 at 1984 Masters. I was there, at greenside. Will never forget it.

  3. This is good for all ages university student, professional, entrepreneur, social people and retired people. Timeless way to be more social and stay fit. Fun to watch the PGA pros perform bloopers or the good golf shots.

  4. wow an actually great song selection for a sports montage, can you remake every FIFA highlight video ever made please, they are known for having a trash soundtrack

  5. Day, Watson, Stewart w/ Mickelson, Jacks ‘86 Masters, Tigers ‘97 and ‘19 Masters and anything with Arnie. Just classic stuff.

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