Greg Norman wins at Turnberry | The Open Official Film 1986


Greg Norman led all four of the majors after 54 holes in 1986, a feat dubbed the “Saturday Slam”. But the only one he actually won was The Open at Turnberry.

Amid all the frustration of near-misses that had gone before, not least losing to Jack Nicklaus at the Masters earlier that year, and still to come, such as Bob Tway’s holed bunker shot at the PGA Championship a few weeks later, Norman finally secured a first major title.

The Australian claimed the Claret Jug by five strokes from Gordon J Brand, with Bernhard Langer and Ian Woosnam in third place, Nick Faldo fifth and Seve Ballesteros tying for sixth.

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1 thought on “Greg Norman wins at Turnberry | The Open Official Film 1986

  1. Why don’t you release the full final round coverage, like the masters which has EVERY final round televised, or the back 9 like the usga?
    These highlight videos have been around for decades, as well as on sky. It’s lazy.

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