Great shots of 2013: vote for your favourite in our poll now!

Precision, accuracy and touch... but which of these shots trumps the rest?

Last Updated: 23/12/13 12:02pm

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What makes a great shot - and what is your favourite of 2013?

The Sky Sports golf production team have spent the year bringing you closer to the action and have drawn up their shortlist of the exceptional and extraordinary.

But now we want your help to choose one from our outstanding compilation.

All you have to do is click on the video above to relive some of the best moments of the last 12 months and then vote in the poll on the right hand side of this page - if you can decide, that is!

Here's the list in full...

Henrik Stenson - second to 18 at DP World Tour Championship, Round 4

Adam Scott - birdie putt at 18 at the Masters, Round 4

Justin Rose - second to 18 at the US Open, Round 4

Jordan Spieth - third at 18 at the John Deere Classic, Round 4

Anna Nordqvist - tee-shot at 17 at the Solheim Cup, Day 2 foursomes

Jason Dufner - second at 16 at US PGA, Round 4

Phil Mickelson - second at 3 at Scottish Open, Round 2

Jim Furyk - second at 9 at BMW Championship, Round 2

Angel Cabrera - second at 18 at the Masters, Round 4

Zach Johnson - fourth at 18 at the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge

Voting closes on January 2 with the results revealed on the same day - so don't delay!

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