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Different Angle of Tiger's Amazing Masters Chip Shot

By: Golfshake Editor | Fri 07 Apr 2017 | Comments


Two decades ago, Tiger Woods produced one of the greatest performances in the history of golf to recover from an opening nine 40 to secure the Green Jacket by a remarkable 12 shots. He would later succeed at Augusta National in 2001 and 2002, but it's the 2005 victory (his last) that is fondly recalled due to one particular shot under pressure. 

Of course, it was *that* chip-in on the 16th that helped to shatter the hopes of Chris DiMarco. We've all seen the common version taken from the televised broadcast, with the camera brilliantly zooming onto the ball as it trickled towards the hole, but have you seen this view of the moment, taken from a wider perspective? Here it is. Providing just another angle of a moment that has become one of the most iconic within the game this century.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QRuotBU5I4


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