Tiger Woods was struggling to stay alive in the first round of the 2012 World Match Play Championship. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano was leading late through 14 holes. But then Woods nailed a birdie on 15th while Fernandez-Castano missed his, leading to a tie going into the final three holes. Fernandez-Castano then missed the green on the par-3 16th hole, and Tiger took a one-up lead going into the final two holes.
On 17, both Tiger and Fernandez-Castano miss their bids (particularly Woods, who misses an eight-foot birdie that would've ended the match). After Woods made a terrible approach shot into the rough and was stuck with a par putt, Fernandez-Castano missed his birdie putt, leading Woods to nail his par putt and move on, winning one-up.
For a more extensive report on Tiger's round, check out the excellent report by Tom Weir of USA Today.