1. One of a Kind: There is only one greatest moment in Skins Game history and everybody knows it. It happened in 1987 when Lee Trevino, one of the game's most colorful characters, holed a 6-iron from 167 yards for an ace on the island-green, par-3 17th at PGA West.
After the shot disappeared into the cup, there was a moment of stunned silence. "He was speechless," Jack Nicklaus joked later. "I think that's the first time in my life I've heard him shut up."
The gallery erupted in cheers and Trevino bounced around the tee box and waved his cap a few times before jumping into the arms of his good friend and long-time caddie, Herman Mitchell, who is a large man. The hole-in-one earned Trevino $175,000 and was part of his sweep of all the skins ($285,000 worth) over the last nine holes.
Of course, the talkative Trevino didn't remain silent. Asked about the shot later, he said, "It looked like a Rembrandt."