The most dramatic Masters finishes

Which are the most dramatic finishes in Masters history? Page 2 presents 10 very memorable moments at Augusta.

Originally Published: April 6, 2004
By Jeff Merron | Page 2

They're the dream rounds (or, in one case, a nightmare round), the best of the best working the final 18 at Augusta. Did Sunday's final-round thriller make the Top 10 all-time Masters Sundays? Indeed. It might even have made the top three ...

10. Norman's long, sad walk (1996) In a meltdown of epic proportions, Greg Norman, who went into the final round leading by six strokes, blew his entire lead by the 11th hole to Nick Faldo, his playing partner. Faldo shot a 67, Norman shot a 78 ...

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