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Close Calls
Gary Van Sickle
June 10, 2013
Here are six players who woulda, coulda, shoulda shot 62 (or lower) in a major
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June 10, 2013

Close Calls

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Worth repeating "I think Bobby Jones reached his hand up, popped the ball out of the hole and said, 'That's enough!' "—Price

GREG NORMAN

1986 BRITISH OPEN (TURNBERRY) SECOND ROUND

In short The Shark offset three bogeys with eight birdies and an eagle.

What if He hadn't missed an 18-foot eagle putt at 17 and three-putted from 28 feet at 18, missing a five-footer for par.

Worth repeating "At 17, I told myself, We can shoot 60 here today. I'm totally disappointed not to get 62 or better."—Norman

TIGER WOODS

2007 PGA (SOUTHERN HILLS) SECOND ROUND

In short The lone blemish in an eight-birdie round was a bogey at the 7th, where he caught an awkward lie in a bunker.

What if The birdie putt from 15 feet on final green hadn't done a gravity-defying U-turn and spun out.

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