7. Price in 1994: World No. 1 Nick Price trailed Brandel Chamblee by three heading into the final round. Chamblee played respectably on Sunday, but got steamrolled anyway, as Price hit all 18 greens in regulation, shooting 66 in the process, highlighted by a double-breaking, 35-foot birdie putt at 17. He needed it. Right behind him, Craig Parry holed a 40-foot chip on the same hole. Parry, however, couldn’t birdie 18, giving Price his one-shot cushion.