“Blazing Ben” Hogan won nine majors, including two Masters, but he should have added another at Augusta. On the 72nd hole of the ’46 Masters, leader Hermen Keiser, up by a stroke at the green, three-putted. That meant a birdie would have given Hogan the win, while a par would have forced a playoff. But Hogan’s birdie putt rolled passed the hole, and then the 2-foot return shot missed by an inch, giving Keiser the Green Jacket.
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