Tiger Woods' greatest shot: Which effort was best? Cast your vote!
"Tiger Woods: Back" premieres on new Sky Documentaries channel on June 5 at 9pm
By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 02/06/20 9:37am
Tiger Woods has achieved almost everything in golf and broken a whole host of records along the way, but what is his greatest shot of all-time?
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Ahead of a special film about the 15-time major champion, "Tiger Woods: Back", premiering on Sky Documentaries on Friday, we have taken a trip down memory lane to revisit some of Woods' most memorable moments.
From marking his PGA Tour professional debut with a hole-in-one at the Greater Milwaukee Open to following it up with another ace a year later at the Phoenix Open, we have delved into the archives to dig out 10 of his best shots.
A hole-out on his way to winning The Open for a third time in 2006 and the "better than most" putt from The Players all make the shortlist, as does the sensational chip-in from his Masters victory in 2005.
The walk-off birdie putt to win the 2008 Arnold Palmer Invitational, and his stunning bunker shot from the 2000 Canadian Open victory both feature, with a couple of memorable chip-ins at the Memorial and his approach in the dark at the WGC-NEC Invitational completing the line-up.
What do you think is Woods' greatest shot of all time? Click on the video above to look back at some of his best efforts and then cast your vote from the options below!