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Sandwich — 1993

Superb 64 earns Norman’s second title

When Nick Faldo fired a final round 67 in the 1993 Open at Royal St George’s it followed earlier rounds of 69-63-70 and gave him every propect of victory with a 269 total. But he had reckoned without the determination of Greg Norman.

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Sandwich — 1993 Results

pos player ctry r1 r2 r3 r4 total
1 Greg NORMAN AUS 66 68 69 64 267
2 Nick FALDO ENG 69 63 70 67 269
3 Bernhard LANGER GER 67 66 70 67 270
4 Corey PAVIN USA 68 66 68 70 272
4 Peter SENIOR AUS 66 69 70 67 272
6 Nick PRICE ZIM 68 70 67 69 274
6 Paul LAWRIE SCO 72 68 69 65 274
6 Ernie ELS RSA 68 69 69 68 274
9 Scott SIMPSON USA 68 70 71 66 275
9 Wayne GRADY AUS 74 68 64 69 275
 

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