Photos from The Golf Book by Sports Illustrated

1 of 11 John G. Zimmerman/SI
the King, cavorted on the dance floor at Cherry Hills during his epic charge at the 1960 U.S. Open.
2 of 11 Fred Vuich/SI
Woods endured grinding pain for four rounds and an 18-hole playoff at Torrey Pines but still managed to win the 2008 U.S. Open.
3 of 11 Robert Beck/SI
saved steps during a practice round for the 2009 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
4 of 11 Robert Beck/SI
sacrificed his club for this shot at the 2007 Masters, where he finished two shots behind Zach Johnson.
5 of 11 Robert Beck/SI
has become the Crown Prince of the pro-am. The Caddyshack star chased down a putt at Pebble Beach in 2007.
6 of 11 Robert Beck/SI
avoided a penalty stroke at Pebble Beach in 2007 but had his week abridged when he missed the cut.
7 of 11 John Biever/SI
floundered in the final round of the 1996 Masters after leading by half a dozen shots.
8 of 11 Simon Bruty/SI
featured glacial pace of play but made up for it with thrilling scenery.
9 of 11 John Iacono/SI
lining up a putt at Augusta in 1986, when the 46-year-old Golden Bear shot 30 on the final nine to claim his sixth Masters.
10 of 11 John G. Zimmerman/SI
missed the U.S. Open cut as a 19-year-old but bounced back to take the trophy at the '59 U.S. Amateur.
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