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Elkington, who entered the final round six shots off the lead, fired a final-round 7-under 64 to force a playoff with Colin Montgomerie. Elkington then made a 20-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to win his first and only major championship. (Getty Images)
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Faldo trailed Greg Norman by six shots entering the final round, but used a 5-under 67 against Norman’s 6-over 78 to win his third green jacket by five shots. (Getty Images)
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Lawrie completed the greatest comeback in major championship history after coming from 10 shots behind in the final round to win on the fourth playoff hole over Jean van de Velde (who famously made a triple-bogey on the 72nd hole) and Justin Leonard. (Getty Images)
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After Saturday’s play was complete, and the U.S. team trailed 10-6, Ben Crenshaw famously said, "I'm going to leave y'all with one thought: I'm a big believer in fate. I have a good feeling about this." The U.S. went on to win, 14½ to 13½, in what is now known as the “Battle of Brookline.” (Getty Images)
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Woods, who was riding a five-tournament win streak, trailed by seven shots at the turn in the final round before a barrage of birdies that allowed him to tie the lead by the 16th hole. He then birdied the 18th hole to win the event and complete one of the greatest comebacks of all time. (Getty Images)
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Cink trailed Ted Purdy by nine strokes entering the final round, but a Sunday 7-under 64 from Cink was enough to force extra holes. Cink went on to birdie the fifth playoff hole to claim the Heritage’s tartan jacket. (Getty Images)
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Friberg equaled the largest comeback in LPGA history when she used a 7-under 65 to erase a 10-stroke deficit. (Getty Images)
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Yang entered the final-round just two shots behind Tiger Woods, but Woods was a perfect 14-0 when holding the 54-hole lead in a major. It was a battle the entire day before the virtually unknown Yang birded the 72nd hole to take down Woods, and win his first major. (Getty Images)
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Schwartzel entered the final round four shots off the lead, but a blow up by Rory McIlroy had a number of players in the mix on the second nine on Sunday. At one point on that second nine five players were tied for the lead. Schwartzel broke away from the pack by rattling off four-straight birdies to end his round. (Getty Images)
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The U.S. team was up, 10-6, entering Sunday singles and needed just four-and-a-half points to win the cup; the European team needed 8 to retain the cup. In what is now known as the “Miracle at Medinah,” the European squad rallied to win eight-and-a-half of the 12 singles points available to win the Ryder Cup outright. (Getty Images)
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