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After hitting the flag stick with her second shot on the par-5 18th, Mo Martin rolled in the putt for her first eagle of the year and would go on to win the Ricoh Women’s British by one shot. "I could hear it hit the pin from the fairway," she said. (Getty Images)
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After a rain delay and a double bogey on 15, Martin Kaymer was leaking oil Sunday of The Players Championship before making a 28-foot slider for par on the 17th that would allow him to go on and win the event by one. (Getty Images)
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Paula Creamer holed a 75-foot eagle putt to win the HSBC Women’s Champions on the first playoff hole for her 10th LPGA title. If there was a countdown for the best reaction to a holed putt, this would be No. 1. (Getty Images)
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After a front-nine battle with Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson put his foot on the gas through Amen Corner before hitting one of the longest drives ever on the par-5 13th that left him just a wedge for his second shot. (Getty Images)
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Bursting onto the scene at the WGC-Match Play, Victor Dubuisson made not one, but two unbelievable up-and-downs from cacti to extend the final against Jason Day. Day would win the event, but V-Dub's recovery shots are most memorable. (Getty Images)
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Knowing he had to hole his greenside bunker shot on the 72nd hole of the WGC-HSBC Champions to force a playoff, Bubba Watson did just that and would go on to win the event on the first playoff hole. (Getty Images)
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After a number of close calls in early 2014, Matt Kuchar holed his greenside bunker shot on the 72nd hole of the RBC Heritage for a final-round 64 and to win by one shot over Luke Donald. (Getty Images)
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After making a bomb on No. 18 to force a playoff with Matt Kuchar, Matt Jones holed his pitch shot from short of the green on the first playoff hole to win the Shell Houston Open and earn an invite to the Masters. (Getty Images)
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Rory’s ‘necked’ 3-wood from 281 yards on No. 10 at the PGA Championship came to rest 7 feet from the hole setting up an eagle that would shift the momentum of the tournament in his favor. He would go on to win his second major of the year and fourth of his career. (Getty Images)
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Meyers holed a 4-iron from 203 yards on Pebble Beach’s iconic 18th for an albatross to secure victory with Lee Janzen in the pro-junior portion of the Nature Valley First Tee Open. Afterward he said: "For sure, the best shot of my life."
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