In 2007, Zach Johnson laid up 16 of 16 times on par 5s during the Masters, won the green jacket and he was universally applauded for his conservative strategy. In the final round at Augusta in 1993, Chip Beck, three shots back at 15, laid up with a five iron when he was on a hanging downhill lie, into the wind and 236 yards from the hole. Beck, who made par and finished four shots behind Bernhard Langer in second place, was universally criticized for allegedly wimping out. "I didn't want to throw the tournament away with one shot," Beck said. "It was marginal." Beck's assessment was probably correct and his decision sound, but that won't change how it was viewed.