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Norman, Greg

(Gregory John Norman), 1955–, Australian golfer, b. Mt. Isa, Queensland. Noted for his power, the "White Shark," a professional since 1976, is tremendously popular with the gallery. Although he has won dozens of tournaments, the 1986 and 1993 British Opens are his only major victories, and he is famous for losing leads in the final round, most notably in the 1996 Masters. Norman won the 1994 Vardon Trophy for the lowest scoring average on the Professional Golfers Association tour. In 1995 he became the PGA's leading career money winner.
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Photo: (Color) Greg Norman, teeing off Friday, teamed with Steve Elkington to shoot a 5-under-par 67.
Greg Norman has been a great partner to our business over the last five years and we are looking forward to an even greater level of personal involvement from him going forward," commented Suzy Biszantz, President and CEO of Greg Norman Collection.
Le Paradis' signature 14th hole is one of the most stunning, yet challenging holes I have ever designed," said Greg Norman, CEO of Great White Shark Enterprises, which encompasses Greg Norman Golf Course Design (GNGCD).
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Scott ultimately prevailed to become the first Australian winner and then hailed compatriot Greg Norman his inspiration.
Referring to Greg Norman, Dr Webster recalled a phase in the career of EoACAyThe Shark' where the Australian was concentrating too much on the outcome rather than pursuing his normal, attacking game.
In 1986, Greg Norman won his second Open title after a second round of 63 - the joint lowest score ever recorded in a major championship - helped him to a five-shot victory.
GREAT WHITE Greg Norman in Pro-Celebrity action watched by ex-cricketer Justin Langer.
After finishing third at last week's Open, Greg Norman set the pace with a flawless 67 at Royal Troon, the lowest round of the Championship so far.
THE brilliant performance of 53-year-old Greg Norman in being beaten by only two of the 156 Birkdale participants has put this week's Senior British Open at Royal Troon much closer to the centre of the world's golfing stage than normal, writes Jeremy Chapman.
AUSTRALIAN veteran Greg Norman will today attempt to become the oldest player to win a Major after an astonishing third round of The Open at Royal Birkdale.
IAN POULTER is dreaming of a Sunday showdown with Greg Norman, because the veteran is his dad's all-time favourite golfer.