It’s time to pick your most memorable Masters moment

Watch the 16 moments that have made our list

Over the next few weeks we will be running a tournament to pick your most memorable Masters moment.

We have 16 unforgettable events from Masters history and we want you to pick your favourite.

Each day we will be posting a new match up and it will be down to you to pick your most memrable.

The 16 moments have been paired up and will play off in a straight knockout, with the winners moving on to the next round.

Here are the match-ups:

Match 1

Tiger Woods chip in (2005)

Adam Scott beats Angel Cabrera in a playoff (2013)

Match 2

Phil Mickelson finally wins a major (2004)

Sergio Garcia finally wins a major (2017)

Match 3

Nick Faldo wins after Greg Norman collapse (1996)

Larry Mize chip in to beat Greg Norman in a playoff (1987)

Match 4

Danny Willett wins after Jordan Spieth collapse (2016)

Charl Schwartzel wins after Rory McIlroy collapse (2011)

Match 5

Phil Mickelson’s shot from the trees on 13 (2010)

Sandy Lyle shot from the fairway bunker on 18 (1988)

Match 6

Jack Nicklaus becomes the oldest winner of the Masters (1986)

Tiger Woods becomes the youngest winner of the Masters (1997)

Match 7

Seve Ballesteros wins his first Masters (1980)

Louis Oosthuizen’s Albatross (2012)

Match 8

Jose Maria Olazabal wins after barely being able to walk a year before (1999)

Bubba Watson’s shot from the trees before winning his first Masters (2012)

The Full Bracket

Masters Bracket


1 comment on “It’s time to pick your most memorable Masters moment

  1. Pingback: Your Most Memorable Masters Moment – Tiger Woods vs Adam Scott – TheBackNine

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