CLICKON Golf breaks down the best Tiger Woods moments of all time, from the unthinkable at Torrey Pines to the magic of Augusta National.
Tiger Woods hit what many consider to be the greatest shot of all time on the 16th hole of the 2005 Masters Tournament. Leading a charging Chris DiMarco by two shots, Woods delivered this devastating blow to his opponent right when it mattered.
Faced with a one shot deficit coming up the 18th hole, Tiger Woods holed one of the most clutch putts in major championship history to force a playoff the next day with Rocco Mediate, which he went on to win.
Tiger Woods' duel with Bob May will forever be remembered for some of its monumental shots, including Tiger Woods putt at the first playoff hole. Woods went on to win the tournament, but it was not an easy ride like many of his other major victories.
During a masterful display in Friday at the 2006 British Open, Tiger Woods hit this 4 iron into the 14th hole to take command of the tournament. He went on to win at a then-recording breaking 19 under par score.
The world thought it had seen everything Tiger Woods could offer in 2000, until he hit one of the most remarkable golf shots ever seen.
With a whopping lead, Tiger Woods did not want to come back the following day to play one hole, nor did the rest of the field. What ensued next will give you goose-bumps for as long as you live. Woods struck a short iron in almost total darkness to a foot from the whole, to the roar of fans and photographers who lit the night sky with their flashes.
Having broken through as a PGA TOUR winner at the end of 1996, Tiger Woods created pandemonium at golf's "stadium" hole when he hit this hole-in-one.
Tiger Woods was seven strokes behind with seven holes to go in the final round of the 2000 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, but that didn't stop him. After holing this remarkable eagle, he went on to close the gap and somehow win the tournament.