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Masters: Most Important Clubs

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

April 2014
Art Wall

Art Wall's putter, 1959

Tied for 13th entering fourth-round play, Wall used a new fiber-glass shafted, mallet-headed putter (with which he had won the week before), to erase a six-stroke deficit and win by one over Cary Middlecoff. Wall, who had three dots on the head of the putter to remind him not to three-putt, birdied five of the last six holes (including a 12-footer at the last) with the club for a final-round 66 to defeat defending champion Arnold Palmer by two shots. "I knew I needed that putt [on 18]," Wall said. "And when it was a foot from the hole, I knew it was in."
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