Consider the case of poor Louis Oosthuizen.
He authored arguably the greatest shot of the post-Sarazen Era in Masters history on Sunday – until it wound up only being the second-best shot of the day.
What do you call Bubba Watson's ridiculous, eye-wateringly beautiful, momentous, historic, impossible hook shot from the pines on the second playoff hole, No. 10 at Augusta National Golf Club, the one that won him his first Masters? Bubba's Easter Miracle?
Oosthuizen probably doesn't have a name for it. He is still probably trying to erase the thought bubble over his head that read – "You have got to be #$
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