1994

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Amer­i­can jour­ney­man pro Craig McClel­lan stood in the middle of the 18th fair­way of the fi­nal round need­ing an ea­gle two to force a play-off with South African stal­wart David Frost. In­cred­i­bly, McClel­lan did ex­actly that by hol­ing his seven-iron from 160 yards away, but suc­cumbed to the pres­sure in ex­tra time as Frost walked away with the ti­tle. Nev­er­the­less, McClel­lan’s shot ranks along­side that of Lin Wen-tang’s [see 2008] as the finest (or luck­i­est) in the his­tory of the event.

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