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Latest Gene Sarazen Items
Billy Horschel won the Zurich Classic two weeks after the Masters last year, and thus became first on the list of players who earned their first trip to Augusta National. He just had no idea how long the list would grow.
The PGA Championship can't be accused of being only in a New York state of mind.
No other major championship has a greater collection of signature shots than the Masters, mainly because it's the only major held on the same course. And it helps that Augusta National is such a course that allows for such big moments.
Gene Sarazen hit "the shot heard `round the world," holing out with a 4-wood from 235 yards in the 15th fairway at Augusta National in 1935. He put a 2 on his card, made up a three-shot deficit with one swing, and then beat Craig Wood in a playoff the next day.
The youngest of the four majors has among the richest history, a product of the Masters returning to the same course every year.
A look at the Masters by the numbers: