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A look back at the wildest endings of the past 25 years at the golf season's final major
Keegan Bradley

2011, Atlanta Athletic Club

After a triple bogey on No. 15 in the final round, Keegan Bradley trailed leader Jason Dufner, who stood on the hole's tee box, by five shots. But the 25-year-old PGA Tour rookie responded by birdieing the next two holes and when Dufner bogeyed three of his final four holes in regulation, the two went to a three-hole playoff. Bradley again birdied No. 16 and put away his first major title with a par on 18 to complete a stunning turnaround.
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