The staff at GOLF.com has poured over the final round broadcasts of the most exciting Masters tournaments of all-time. On A Pod Unlike Any Other, we break down every element, from the ridiculous fashion trends to the sappy broadcast puns to, yes, the most historic golf shots at Augusta National.
We'll bring you new episodes each week looking back at a specific year in time at the Masters, starting with Tom Watson's victory over Jack Nicklaus and Johnny Miller in 1981.
Be sure to check out our eight episodes from Season 1, starting with The Golden Bear in 1975 all the way to the absolute mayhem of 2011.
DJ, Tiger, Phil, Ernie? Nope. Graeme McDowell wins at Pebble
It's U.S. Open season! So we traveled back 10 years to Pebble Beach and the demise of Dustin Johnson ... and Tiger Woods ... and Phil Mickelson ... and Ernie Els. Four future hall of fame golfers wilted while Graeme McDowell and Gregory Havret (who?) took the spotlight. The 2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach is one of the biggest what ifs in modern golf history. Alan Shipnuck joins the show for a look back on what could have been.
2009: El Pato!!!
The year is ... 2009. Phil Mickelson has never played better. Tiger Woods has scraped his way into contention. Kenny Perry is chasing that elusive major and Angel Cabrera is just ... hanging around. This may be the most underrated final rounds of the Masters ever.
Alan Shipnuck and Jonathan Wall break it all down in this season finale of A Pod Unlike Any Other.
1996: Norman's Great Collapse
The year is 1996 ... and Greg Norman has been leading this tournament all week. After an opening 63 (the best first round in Masters history) he's led wire-to-wire. After sleeping on a 6-shot lead, Norman begins to leak oil. And leak some more. Until there's no more lead on the 12th tee.
Luke Kerr-Dineen and Dylan Dethier join to break down one of the more confounding finishes in Masters history.
2016: Spieth goes swimming in Rae's Creek
The year is 2016 ... and the Golden Child, Jordan Spieth, is in the zone at Augusta National. There isn't another contender who has won a major, let alone a green jacket. Who could beat him?
A water hazard. In this episode we break down Spieth's epic collapse at Amen Corner, and everything that happened around it.
2010: Phil Mickelson from the Pine Straw
The year is 2010 ... and everything is going in. Tiger Woods just holed out on No. 7. So did Adam Scott. Anthony Kim goes WILD, there are two aces on the 16th and Phil Mickelson his hitting driver all over the planet. That will put him in position for one of the best shots of his life...
Or is that shot overrated? We discuss that, our affection for AK, and more from the 2010 Masters. Sorry, Lee Westwood.
1968: The Saddest finish of all-time
In 1968, one faulty scorecard changed golf history. On this episode of A Pod Unlike Any Other, we go back to this show's roots with a discussion from two years ago about the saddest Masters finish of all-time.
Roberto De Vicenzo will become more famous for his blunder than the man who actually won this Masters, Bob Goalby. But you'll have to listen to understand why.