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Golf Australia Express : Issue 6
LIST THE FEELING RELAXED and confident on the back of winning his first major—the 1986 British Open—Greg Norman opened the PGA Championship at Inverness Golf Club with a course record 65. Two days later little-known American Bob Tway broke Norman’s course record with a 64. But he was still four shots behind Norman and no- one really rated Tway’s chances against the in- form Australian. Level at the 18th, Norman’s approach found the fringe of the green while Tway’s approach found the greenside bunker. Tway miraculously holed his bunker shot for a birdie and Norman missed his birdie chance to tie. And that’s the Tway, uh huh, uh huh, we like it. LAST SHOT FOR GLORY Bob Tway, 1986 PGA Championship Inverness Club, Ohio