More than any other major, the Masters is about virtuosity. The course, particularly before it was dramatically lengthened in 2003, was one that encouraged aggressive, high-wire golf. With short grass everywhere save for some pine straw, thrilling recoveries from bad drives were common, and a poor approaches could be redeemed with short-game magic. It remains a place where super skills -- like length, the ability to hit soft-landing long approaches, and the talent to achieve pure contact from tight lies -- can more definitively than at the other three majors separate the best from the rest. When great talents have been truly on, the results have been special. Here are the top five times that happened.