Classic Masters, No 3: 1960
With three to play, he was one shot behind Ken Venturi who was already in the clubhouse on five under par.
At the 16th, Palmer had a 35-foot putt for birdie, only to see it cannon off the pin (in those days, you were allowed to leave it in the hole). His approach at 17 left him 27 feet short. He pulled away from his address twice, distracted by fans behind the green, and his putt looked as though it would stop short before it toppled into the cup.
His second at 18, punched low against the wind with a 6-iron, stopped five feet from the hole. After making the putt, it seemed to take Palmer a moment to realise what he had done before jumping wildly all over the green in celebration.