10. 1929 Bobby Jones vs. Al Espinosa
294-294 (Jones won playoff, 141-164)
Needing just three bogies and a par over the final four holes to clinch his third Open, Bobby Jones almost pulled a Mickelson when he hacked his way to a triple-bogey 7 at Winged Foot West's 15th hole, then three-putted the 16th from 20 feet. At 18, however, Jones managed to hole a 12-foot left-to-right slider with a foot of break to force a playoff with Espinosa. Ever the gentleman, Jones requested a later Sunday start to the playoff so that Espinosa, who was a devout Catholic, could attend morning church services. After that, Jones conducted a sermon on perfect golf. His scores of 72-69 bested Espinosa by 23 shots.