Tiger Woods cemented his legacy as a legend through years of delivering daring and dramatic shots. His arsenal has made opponents scratch their heads time after time.
Although he is ultimately more acclaimed for outstanding putting and driving, don't sleep on Woods' bunker abilities. One of his classic moments occurred in a fairway bunker at the 2002 PGA Championship.
Woods whacked a brilliant shot off the edge of the sand trap with his 3-iron, executing the shot flawlessly. The ball soared over a patch of trees, through intimidating winds and kept Tiger on track in the final round at Hazeltine, where he finished second.
Woods fondly recalled the moment during a discussion with Steve Elling of CBSSports.com.
"When I hit it, it was probably just the most pure shot I've ever hit," Woods said.