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Carnoustie — 1968

Gary Player Takes The Open Title After Tough Final Round Battle

The 1968 Open was the fourth to be played over the links at Carnoustie. As the longest and most northerly course used in the Open circuit, it had gained a reputation as being the toughest. From day one, it was clear that the course would provide a tr...

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Carnoustie — 1968 Results

pos player ctry r1 r2 r3 r4 total
1 Gary PLAYER RSA 74 71 71 73 289
2 Jack NICKLAUS USA 76 69 73 73 291
2 Bob CHARLES NZL 72 72 71 76 291
4 Billy CASPER USA 72 68 74 78 292
5 Maurice BEMBRIDGE GBR 71 75 73 74 293
6 Neil COLES ENG 75 76 71 73 295
6 Brian BARNES SCO 70 74 80 71 295
6 Gay BREWER USA 74 73 72 76 295
9 Al BALDING CAN 74 76 74 72 296
10 Arnold PALMER USA 77 71 72 77 297
 

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