Mike Weir, 2003
After holing a seven-footer for par on the 72nd hole, Weir, 33, parred the first hole of a playoff against Len Mattiace to became the first Canadian to win a major and the first lefthanded Masters champion.
Only two of Weir's eight career Tour titles have come since his Masters victory, the last being the 2007 Fry's Electronics Open.
Zach Johnson, 2007
All week the short-hitting Johnson, 31, laid up on Augusta National's par-5s, yet he was 11 under on those holes for the tournament. His one-over 289 total matched the highest-winning score in Masters history.
Johnson has won five times and averaged $2.8 million a year since putting on the green jacket, but he has finished in the top 10 in a major only two other times.