No. 10 | 2005
Tied for the lead on the 72nd hole at storied Baltusrol, Phil Mickelson center-cut his drive on the 554-yard par-5, leaving 247 yards to the green. Spying a stone plaque 10 yards ahead of him that commemorates a Jack Nicklaus 1-iron in the 1967 U.S. Open, Mickelson tapped on it twice, “for some good karma.” It worked. Lefty’s cut 3-wood found the deep rough, but a perfect sand wedge chip to 2 feet gave him the title.