One of Tiger Woods' fiercest opponents was a guy who couldn't even make it past PGA Tour Qualifying School in six attempts. And yet for most of the 36-hole U.S. Amateur final in 1996, Scott was poised to break Woods' run of five-consecutive USGA titles (three U.S. Juniors and two U.S. Ams). He had a 5 up lead that Sunday, only to see Woods roar back to force extra holes and eventually win his third consecutive U.S. Am on the 38th hole. Scott would never know such heights as a golfer again. He played in a Walker Cup the next year, and has tried to qualify for the U.S. Open, but is mostly content as a club pro in New Jersey.