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2011 Masters: The 10 Biggest Chokes in Masters History

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2011 Masters: The 10 Biggest Chokes in Masters History

No athlete in sports wants to be remembered as choking on the big stage, but it happens in every sport. You can look at Bill Buckner in the ’86 World Series, the Houston Oilers blowing a 32-point lead to the Buffalo Bills in the ’92 AFC Wild Card game, or the epic meltdown by Jean Van de Velde at the ’99 British Open.  These are some of the most memorable choke jobs in sports history.

Just imagine, all eyes are on you, and everyone not only thinks you’ll win, but it’s a foregone conclusion that you’ll win.  Then, you blow it.

Here are the top 10 chokes in the history of Masters.

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