Tommy Nakajima, 13, 1978 Masters, par-5 13th hole, Augusta National
Nakijama had his name etched into the game with his 9 on St. Andrews 17th hole at the 1978 British Open. He putted off the green and into the road bunker and for a while it looked like he'd never return, which is why that bunker is still called, "The Sands of Nakajima." However, that wasn't even Nakajima's worst hole at a major that year. He carded a 13 on Augusta National's famous Azalea hole. "I promised myself to make an eagle but I tried too hard, so I messed up," Nakajima told reporters afterward, according to Augusta.com.