The one moment in the history of golf I’ll never forget is ___________.

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One of the great moments in golf history came at the 1982 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach when Tom Watson chipped in for birdie on No. 17 in the final round. Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY NETWORK

Go through the annals of golf history and there are just too many great moments to count.

But as fans and lovers of this great game, we all of that one, particular moment that truly sticks out, whether it’s something we witnessed in the professional game, or something that’s far more personal.

We recently asked our @CaddieNetwork Twitter followers to fill in the blank to the following sentence:

“The one moment in the history of golf I’ll never forget is ___________.”

As usual, our followers delivered in a big way and their answers did not disappoint.

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Here’s a collection of our favorite responses, along with video of some of the more famous moments highlighted…

“Watson’s bogey on 18 at Turnberry. Crushing.” — @BGMull

“Darren Clarke going 3-0 and crying at 2006 Ryder Cup at K club.” — @chadslong

“Seve inspiration at the Medinah Ryder Cup.” — @Vigoncio

“Sunday, April 13, 1986.” — @JamieSlonis

“Tiger ‘swoosh’ slow-mo chip in on 16 at The Masters.” — @ianp2424

“Nicklaus 1986 Masters, 16th hole, final round when Jackie said, ‘be right,’ and Jack without looking said, ‘it is.’” — @mcgrathm27

“Only one answer. ‘86 Masters.” — @KenPeet1

“Aug 22, 2018 — when @PhilMickelson joined Twitter.” — @GottaAskKay

“Hands down… the back 9 at ‘86 Masters.” — @johnlewman1yah1

“Payne Stewart final round of the 1999 U.S. Open. Watched him one-putt the final 3 holes in person. Was prepared to sleep in my car to catch the 18-hole playoff on Monday. Can still hear the roar and see his reaction.” — @Curt_Cornell

“The Country Club! ‘I’m a big believer in fate… I’ve got a good feeling about this, that’s all I’m gonna tell ya.’” — @JimVeator

“Seve ’84 Open.” — @tonyjdear

“Watson’s chip in on 17 at Pebble in the U.S. Open.” — @J_Smails

“Tiger’s 1997 Masters win.” — @DaveAinDC

“In MY history of golf, the biggest event was personal. Playing a friendly match with my oldest son-at the grand old age of 9-10, finishing our #1 handicap hole and we both had the same score. I said, ‘that’s OK, Matt, you get a shot there.’ He said, ‘No Dad, you get a shot.’” — @BobLogan51

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“The 86 Masters.We just finished our round when it came on TV. We grabbed a beer and sat down in the clubhouse and didn’t leave until it was over. By the end, the place was packed and everyone was cheering.” — @neillmp

“October 25th, 1999. Driving to the USGA headquarters with @BradSerton to see the museum and hearing that Payne Stewart had passed away.” — @Grindstone9

“Christy O’Connor Jnr – 2 iron in Ryder Cup 1989.” — @bluemoonie65

“Standing next to Tiger in 1995 for his 1st Masters… you know the rest of the story. #Legendary” — @ALanoII

“Final putt, 1997 Masters.” — @dekebrent

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“Tiger’s last 45 holes of is 1st Green Jacket.” — @cdmitchell62

“John Daly British Open.” — @gregdeardorff

“Standing inside the ropes on 18 at the U.S. Open at Winged Foot when Norman made a ridiculous putt to save par and get into a playoff. The roar from the crowd may have been the loudest noise I’ve ever heard.” — @EjMoran_nj

“Better than most.” — @kezdwin

“Woody Austin taking a dive.” — @GGM2988

“Miracle at Medinah.” — @Gibletsgolfuk

“Tiger’s win at this year’s Masters (2019).” — @SonnyWeems123

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