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1996 Masters

Nick Faldo methodically chipped away at Greg Norman's six-stroke lead in the Masters and then methodically held on to capture his third green jacket. He finished at 12-under-par 276. Norman, his nearest competitor, was five strokes back.

Faldo studied shots

1996 Masters


Norman falters in the end

He saw the unthinkable: A 7 a few feet to the right of his good friend Greg Norman's name and a 9 just one line below, Nick Faldo's spot on the leader board. The leaders had just finished No. 12, but Price knew what lay ahead.

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Shark smells blood

Greg Norman's stranglehold on the 60th Masters Tournament tightened Saturday. The question is: Can he bring it home? For the second straight day, the 41-year-old Australian increased his lead by two shots.

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Mickelson still holds out hope

Norman, who has led the entire way in the 60th Masters Tournament, has a six-shot lead over his closest competitor, Nick Faldo, and is seven shots ahead of Mickelson, who is in third place.

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Norman: His aura impressive

Face it. You still don't believe Greg Norman is going to win the Masters Tournament. You've been waiting all week for him to fade, for those well-documented demons to knock him headlong off the leader board.

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Stories from April 14, 1996

Stories from April 13, 1996

Stories from April 12, 1996

Stories from April 11, 1996

Stories from April 10, 1996

Stories from April 9, 1996

Stories from April 8, 1996

Stories from April 7, 1996

Stories from April 6, 1996 and before


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