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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 138
Did we miss any clutch shots you'd like to see again? Let us know – we'd love to hear from you. H E DIDN’T go on to win The Open, but who cares? When Miguel Angel Jimenez found his ball wedged up against a wall at the treacherous 17th hole at St Andrews in 2010, his solution was to use that same wall as a deflector. Golf's biggest enigma deserved every single bit of applause he received when his ball plopped onto the green after taking creativity with a club to a whole new level. Not only was the Spaniard’s shot ‘clutch’, it was also damn humorous. W OODS’ remarkable shot at the 16th hole of the 2005 Masters probably wouldn’t have gone in, but for the fact that the commentators said there was no chance the world No.1 could put his ball close, which made it almost a certainty that he would. The American orchestrated one of the greatest shots in history, chipping his ball 30 feet to the left of the hole and watching it trickle down and [eventually] into the hole. MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ TIGER WOODS S COTTY. The Masters. The putt to force a playoff. The putt to win the playoff. The two putts that handed Australia its first and only green jacket. Need we say more? Clutch. ADAM SCOTT
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