In the end, it always comes down to putting. You don't win the U.S. Open, the British Open, the Masters or the PGA if you can't read greens well and roll the ball consistently.
The greats may be able to hit the ball 300 yards or hit a flop shot within eight feet of the hole, but winning tournaments almost always means hitting at least a few clutch putts.
The greatest putters in the history of the game are the ones who hit clutch putts. It's about technique; it's about confidence, and it's about consistency.
Here's a look at six of the best clutch putters who ever played the game.