What happened to Greg Norman at the 1996 Masters?

What happened to Greg Norman at the 1996 Masters?

Greg Norman falls to the ground after missing his shot for an eagle on the 15th hole during final round of the 1996 Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club. (Photo: Dave Martin/Associated Press)

What is the biggest 54-hole deficit in Masters history?

Consequently, the biggest 54-hole deficit overcome and biggest final-round comeback in Masters history also belongs to Jack Burke Jr. Burke trailed amateur Ken Venturi by eight shots after three rounds, not making up any ground in the third round, as both players shot 3-over 75.

What is the biggest blown lead in golf history?

The biggest blown lead in golf history entering the final round of a four-round tournament is six strokes. Here’s the players who it has happened to, according to the PGA Tour media guide: Here’s how it happened to them, chronologically.

What is the largest 54-hole lead at the Masters?

Scottie Scheffler, the No. 1 golfer in the world, has a chance to cement his place in history Sunday at the Masters, as he leads by three heading into the final round. In Woods’ aforementioned win, he led by nine shots entering the final 18, the largest 54-hole lead in the history of the tournament.