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The putting greens at Augusta National have been watered and trimmed, and are ready for play as the 77th Masters Tournament gets set to tee off. But as the world's best golfers prepare to take aim at winning this prestigious invitational, ESPN golf analyst Andy North was busy revealing his 10 greatest shots in Masters history. Larry Mize's 140-foot chip-in in 1987 landed in the No. 1 spot. Does Mize's amazing shot top your rankings as well?
Cast your votes by clicking on the images below. Hit the play button to watch each shot!
Top shots in Masters history
Larry Mize, '87
Andy North's rankings: No. 1
Larry Mize's chip-in from 140 feet on the second playoff hole in 1987.
Bubba Watson, '12
Andy North's rankings: No. 2
Bubba Watson's bending shot on the second playoff hole in 2012.
Gene Sarazen, '35
Andy North's rankings: No. 3
Gene Sarazen's double-eagle on 15 in 1935.
Phil Mickelson, '10
Andy North's rankings: No. 4
Phil Mickelson's shot from the trees on 13 in 2010.
Tiger Woods, '05
Andy North's rankings: No. 5
Tiger Woods' miraculous chip-in on 16th hole in 2005.
Phil Mickelson, '04
Andy North's rankings: No. 10
Phil Mickelson's winning birdie putt on 18th hole in 2004.
Jack Nicklaus, '86
Andy North's rankings: No. 9
Jack Nicklaus' birdie putt on 17 to take the outright lead in 1986.
Fuzzy Zoeller, '79
Andy North's rankings: No. 8
Fuzzy Zoeller's putt on the second playoff hole to win the 1979 Masters.
Jack Nicklaus, '75
Andy North's rankings: No. 7
Jack Nicklaus' 40-foot putt on the 16th hole in 1975.
Sandy Lyle, '88
Andy North's rankings: No. 6
Sandy Lyle's 7-iron from a fairway bunker on 18 to set up the winning putt in 1988.