Perhaps T.C. Chen's parents should have given him a first name starting with the letter O. Then T.C. (Tze-Chung) Chen might've taken just one chip on his fourth shot by the fifth green in the final round of the 1985 U.S. Open and won the tournament. Instead, Chen made a double-hit from the thick rough at five, and after the ensuing penalty stroke, another chip and two putts he walked off the green with a snowman (8) and an infamous nickname: Two-Chip Chen. Amazingly, Chen, then 26, still finished second, one stroke behind Andy North.