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Golf Australia Express : Issue 45—The British Open
BIG Q THE WHAT YOU SAID LAST WEEK... R EALISTICALLY it was always going to be between the Big Three—Norman, Thomson and Webb. In the end you chose The Shark—who secured 45 per cent of the vote—as Australia's best-ever golfer. With a total of 331 weeks as the No.1 golfer in the world during the 1980s and 90s (only Tiger Woods has held that spot longer), 88 professional wins worldwide as well as two majors to his name—not to forget an induction into the world golf hall of fame in 2001—it's pretty hard to argue with your choice. OTG JASON DAY - 1% GREG NORMAN - 45% PETER THOMSON - 33% KEL NAGLE - 1% KARRIE WEBB - 19% DAVID GRAHAM - 2% ADAM SCOTT - 1% WHO IS/WAS THE BEST AUSTRALIAN GOLFER? Issue 43 Poll Results TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS STEVE ELKINGTON WAYNE GRADY IAN BAKER-FINCH 0%