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Turnberry — 1994

Price takes The Open after a closely fought final round

Turnberry was the venue for the 1994 Open Championship. The first day saw unusually low scoring, despite conditions turning wet and miserable in the afternoon. New Zealander Greg Turner took the first round lead with a score of 65 whilst the unheralded Jonathon Lo...

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Turnberry — 1994 Results

pos player ctry r1 r2 r3 r4 total
1 Nick PRICE ZIM 69 66 67 66 268
2 Jesper PARNEVIK SWE 68 66 68 67 269
3 Fuzzy ZOELLER USA 71 66 64 70 271
4 David FEHERTY NIR 68 69 66 70 273
4 Mark JAMES ENG 72 67 66 68 273
4 Anders FORSBRAND SWE 72 71 66 64 273
7 Brad FAXON USA 69 65 67 73 274
8 Nick FALDO ENG 75 66 70 64 275
8 Tom KITE USA 71 69 66 69 275
8 Colin MONTGOMERIE SCO 72 69 65 69 275
 

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