Peter Hanson's tournament-low round of 65 captured the attention of the golf world Saturday, giving him a one-stroke lead after 54 holes at The Masters.

But Hanson shot a 73 in the final round Sunday to finish in a four-way tie for third place, two strokes behind Bubba Watson and Louis Oosthuizen, who went to a playoff.

If Hanson could've held on to the lead, he would have accomplished a rare feat: Following up a missed cut with a major victory.

With 61 putts in two rounds en route to falling two shots below the cut line at the Shell Houston Open last week, Hanson had the second fewest putts through three rounds on Augusta National's tricky greens.

It's pretty uncommon for someone to take home a major right after failing to qualify the previous weekend. That doesn't have to always be a negative -- a missed cut can allow extra time to size up the following week's course or work out issues on the range. But after two subpar rounds, to bounce back and prevail at a marquee tournament isn't easy. These are the last five golfers to miss the cut the week before a major triumph:

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