There's nothing better than settling in on Sunday afternoon and watching the final nine holes of The Masters. My first memory of the Masters was 1986, and I'm so glad I had that as my first memory. Funny thing, I don't remember Bernhard Langer in 1985. So for that reason, the list is my Top 10 Masters since 1986 to 2011. Over the last few years, though I've enjoyed The Masters, I feel it's lacked that edge of your seat feeling. Not that it hasn't been dramatic with Charl Schwartzel in 2011 making birdie on each of his final three holes to win. Or Zach Johnson laying up on all the par 5's to have the highest winning score since Sam Snead's 289 in 1956. Then there's Fred Couples great run in 2006 where he finished T2 and Kenny Perry's bogey - bogey finish then a bogey on the first playoff hole to eventually bow out to Angel Cabrera. My least favourite in recent memory has to be Trevor Immelman in 2008, where he posted a 75 on the final day to win by 3. Here's my Top 10 and I would love to know what you think....
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