Hall of Famer Isao Aoki was the first player from Japan to win a PGA Tour event when he took the Hawaiian Open in 1983. That accomplishment is memorable enough. But the way in which Aoki won makes this one of the all-time classic moments in golf.
On the final hole, Aoki needed a birdie to force a playoff with Jack Renner. The outlook was not favorable when Aoki's second shot landed in the rough. But then it turned out he didn't need a birdie, because he bagged an eagle with a wedge shot from about 130 yards away.
Here's Vin Scully on the call:
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