For many of the world's best golfers, those are memories of ground-shaking, nerve-jangling moments of spectator ecstacy.
Tiger Woods missed the cut for the eighth time in his last 15 majors after missing the cut at one just three times in a span from 1996-2014.
Patrick Reed had an even-par 70 that gave him a one-shot lead going into a US Open that feels as though it's just getting started.
Justin Thomas took a one-shot lead over Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters of Belgium and Matthew Wolff, the 21-year-old Californian making his US Open debut after the first round.
Mickelson will need to dig deep at 50 and that is going to be tough, but not impossible. He wants to erase painful memories of 2006, when he double bogeyed the 72nd hole and lost by one.
Justin Thomas holds off Brooks Koepka to win WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, reclaim World No 1 rank
Thomas closed with a 5-under 66 to finish at 13-under 267 and take the $10.5 million winner's check for his 13th PGA Tour title.
Rahm was No. 1 in the amateur ranking for a record 60 weeks. Phil Mickelson, whose brother was Rahm's coach at Arizona State, has been predicting greatness since before he won the first of his 10 worldwide titles.
By the time Tiger Woods tees up next Thursday at Muirfield Village, the PGA Tour in its re-birth will be five events old. Yet, the excitement that one simple tweet from the 15-time Major winner generated, was amazing.
Woods last competed on the PGA Tour in mid-February when he laboured through a final-round 77 at the Genesis Invitational where he finished last among players who made the cut.
Dustin Johnson tapped in for par on the par-4 18th, raised his ball to acknowledge the smattering of applause from course workers, officials and reporters, the only in-person witnesses allowed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Travelers Championship: Canada's Mackenzie Hughes strikes career-low 60 to take three-shot lead after first round
Playing the back nine first at the TPC River Highlands, Hughes was in blistering form as he strung together a run of five straight birdies from the 14th on his outward nine and picked up four more after the turn.
Tiger Woods to not compete in Charles Schwab Challenge, name not in field for PGA Tour's return next week
The 15-times major champion did not commit to the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club by the 5 p.m. ET (2100 GMT) deadline, and thus will not be part of a stacked field headlined by the top five golfers in the world.
According to Turner Sports, the charity match which raised more than $20 million for COVID-19 relief, was the most-watched golf telecast in the history of cable television.
Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning hold off late challenge to beat Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in charity golf match
The golf charity match raised $20 million for COVID-19 relief efforts.
Everything you need to know about Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, the NFL icons partnering Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in charity golf match
The 126 titles and 20 Majors between the two golf legends are known all over. The same cannot necessarily be said of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, who are partnering Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods respectively.
No major title at stake, but bragging rights up for grabs in highly-anticipated Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson charity match
Woods teams up with Manning, while Mickelson is paired with Brady as they play a four-ball (best-ball) format on the front nine and a modified alternate-shot format on the back.
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson to feature in charity golf match on 24 May to raise funds for COVID-19 relief
The sanctioned PGA Tour event, which is being dubbed The Match: Champions for Charity, will begin at 3 pm ET (1900 GMT) and the four golfers will come together to make a charitable donation of $10 million to benefit COVID-19 relief.
Tiger Woods excited about 'made-for-TV' match with Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, interested in watching cricket
Tiger Woods promised that next month’s made-for-TV match with Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will be an entertaining contest as the quartet try and raise funds for charities involved in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson to participate in charity golf match; proceeds to go towards COVID-19 relief fund
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will join American football quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in a charity golf match next month, media company Turner Sports said on Wednesday.
Phil Mickelson will be eligible for the PGA Tour’s senior circuit this year but the five-times major champion said on Wednesday he has not given it much thought and is focused instead on making the U.S. Ryder Cup team.