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No. 3: Gene Sarazen, 1935
In just the second Masters ever -- it was referred to as the Augusta National Invitation Tournament back then -- Gene Sarazen holed a 4-wood from 235 yards for a double-eagle 2 at the par-5 15th hole.
That shot put the tournament on the map and it was dubbed "the shot heard round the world." Sarazen went on to defeat Craig Wood in a 36-hole playoff.