9. 1995: Elk gets it done; Huston has a problem
Remember when Steve Elkington used to let his clubs do his tweeting? Actually, there was no such thing as Twitter in 1995, when Elk birdied the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to defeat Bruce Lietzke in the Mercedes Championships. John Huston, who led by four after 54 holes, struggled to a 77 that included a downhill putt that rolled off the seventh green and into a lake. Elk would go on to win his only major, the PGA Championship, later that year.