After a devastating loss in a playoff in 1992, Juli Inkster came back to win U.S. Women's Open titles in 1999 and 2002, two of seven majors in her career.
Among all the dramatic, memorable shots in the grand history of the U.S. Women's Open, these five reverberate powerfully.
Standing 15th in Solheim points at the start of the LPGA Championship, Morgan Pressel jumped to 10th with her tie-for-third finish.
It took 39 holes in one day, but Inbee Park won the LPGA Championship in a playoff for her second consecutive major title.
Jiyai Shin and Paula Creamer head the cast at Kingsmill, where they went a record nine extra holes last year before Shin prevailed in a playoff extended to Monday.
The U.S. Women's Open returns to Kohler, Wis., harkening memories of 1998's riveting playoff between amateur Jenny Chuasiriporn and future Hall of Famer Se Ri Pak.
Johns Hopkins is playing in its 40th straight NCAA tournament. Denver is a relative newcomer to the postseason party. Their quarterfinal showdown will be a study in contrasts.
The playoffs have been so-so in terms of compelling games. But that should change in the WNBA Finals.
In a memorable playoff, a 24-year-old who was worried about mortgage payments ended up holding the trophy.