Bob Tway won the 1986 PGA Championship with one of the most memorable shots in the history of golf.
Tway and Greg Norman were tied heading to the final hole. Tway had pulled even by overcoming Norman's four-stroke lead in the previous eight holes.
Then on the 18th, Tway birdied a shot from a sand trap.
Norman had a chance to force a playoff but couldn't produce a miracle shot of his own.
Tway's reaction to sinking his birdie -- jumping as high as he could -- is one of the all-time classics.
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