The 1986 season was crazy in general, especially for Greg Norman. The Shark held at least a piece of the 54-hole lead in each of the four majors, but only won the British Open. His wild year at the majors began with Jack Nicklaus' improbable back-nine run at Augusta and it ended with an equally-unlikely finish. After blowing a four-shot lead on the back nine, Norman looked like he'd at least find himself in a playoff, but Bob Tway holed out from a greenside bunker on the final hole for the victory. The historic shot gave Tway the lone major of his career and added another painful chapter to Norman's.