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Masters: Most Important Clubs

These are the golf clubs that have helped seal 12 significant Masters wins.

April 2014
Gene Sarazen

Gene Sarazen's 4-wood, 1935

Three strokes behind Craig Wood in the final round, Sarazen was considering club selection in the 15th fairway when Walter Hagen's booming voice pierced the air: "Hurry up, will ya?" called his playing companion. "I've got a date tonight." Sarazen went against his caddie's suggestion to hit a 3-wood, opting for his Jim Gallagher model persimmon 4-wood instead, and sped things up dramatically by holing the shot for a tying double-eagle 2. He won a 36-hole playoff the next day.
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