Larry Mize’s dramatic chip-in came on the final playoff hole during the 1987 Masters Tournament. After the final round of the tournament ended in a three-way tie, Mize, Greg Norman, and Seve Ballesteros headed to a playoff. Ballesteros was eliminated after the first hole; on the second playoff hole, Norman hit the green with his approach shot, while Mize missed the green by a wide margin with his.
Mize’s next shot ended up being one of the best shots in the history of the Masters. He chipped-in for birdie, which in turn put the pressure on Norman to sink his putt, or the tournament would be over. Norman missed the putt, giving Mize the only major tournament victory of his career.