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Gene Sarazen won 39 PGA tournaments in his career, but none was more significant than his win at the 1935 Masters.
Sarazen was three shots behind the leader Craig Wood heading to the par-five 15th hole in the last round of the tournament.
From 235 yards he struck a perfect 4-wood that found the cup for a double-eagle and became known as "the shot heard round the world."
The Albatross at No. 15 allowed Sarazen to tie Wood after regulation play ended and he went on to beat Wood the next day in a 36-hole playoff.
It was Sarazen's seventh and last major title of his career but it completed his career Grand Slam. He is one of only five golfers, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods to have won all four professional major championships in their career.
Sarazen's famous shot will forever be remembered at the Augusta National Golf Club by a bridge named in his honor.