Top Picks | April

With golf front of mind this month due to The Masters, we're diving into IMG’s Video Archive to spotlight some of the most iconic moments in golfing history. Check out some of our Top Picks below. 

The Masters 

Tiger Woods’ comeback victory in 2019 was declared ‘the return to glory’ by the commentators as Tiger Woods final putt dropped on the 18th green. This was a comeback for the ages. 

AIG Women’s Open 

Charley Hull holed a sensational chip from the bunker in 2023. The shot initially landed short of the hole, but then kept running all the way, straight into the cup, thrilling the crowd. 

PGA of America 

Ranked 110th in the world in 2009, YE Yang started two shots behind the world number one and 14-time Major winner (Tiger Woods) and beat him by three. Celebrations included lifting his bag over his head on the 18th green.

Ryder Cup 

In 2012, Justin Rose performed golfing magic with an incredible putt on the 17th green. It was a putt so good, his competitor Phil Mickelson smiled, applauded and gave a thumbs up.

DP World Tour

Miguel Angel Jiménez performed golfing magic in 2015, when he aced the par-3 second hole, his tenth hole-in-one of the tour, which broke the record he jointly held with Colin Montgomerie. The ace was Jiménez's third of the season. 


Lydia Ko won the LPGA Tour in 2015 and held the world number one title, making her the youngest player of either gender to be ranked world number one in golf, and held the position for 19 weeks.