You've heard of walk-off home runs, and buzzer beaters in basketball. We've seen field goals to win Super Bowls and goals to take home the World Cup, but few times do we see golfers actually take a full swing and end of a golf tournament right then and there.
That's what happened in 2004 at the then Ford Championship at Doral. Craig Parry was in a playoff with Scott Verplank and the two were playing the 18th hole when Parry sent his second shot from 176 yards directly at the pin.
The ball never left the pin, landed just short and trickled in for the eagle and the win. That moment at Doral would be the last time Parry stood in the winner's circle at a PGA Tour event but that sure is a nice way to go out.