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St Andrews — 1990

Flawless Faldo sets record at the Old Course

Nick Faldo’s immaculate display of precision golf over the Old Course in the 1990 Open produced a record total of 270 — 18 under par — which left his nearest challengers five shots in his wake. It was not until the fourth hole of the final round that he was bunkered for the ...

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St Andrews — 1990 Results

pos player ctry r1 r2 r3 r4 total
1 Nick FALDO ENG 67 65 67 71 270
2 Payne STEWART USA 68 68 68 71 275
2 Mark MCNULTY ZIM 74 68 68 65 275
4 Ian WOOSNAM WAL 68 69 70 69 276
4 Jodie MUDD USA 72 66 72 66 276
6 Greg NORMAN AUS 66 66 76 69 277
6 Ian BAKER-FINCH AUS 68 72 64 73 277
8 Donnie HAMMOND USA 70 71 68 70 279
8 Steve PATE USA 70 68 72 69 279
8 Corey PAVIN USA 71 69 68 71 279
 

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