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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 195
CONTACT +64 9 917 1588 OR SELECTED PRO SHOPS AND STOCKISTS WWW.ONCOREGOLFOCEANIA.COM Yet history tells us they stand almost no chance of winning, and are merely taking up places in the field that could be given to players who are in better form and deserve their own chance to make history. There’s always room for nostalgia in golf, and the opportunity to farewell players like Watson as he made his final Open appearance at the Old Course at St Andrews last year is something that should be cherished. But if former greats have long ceased to be competitive at the sport’s most prestigious events, perhaps it’s time to consider granting them one last goodbye before quietly ushering them off stage. E 1. JULIUS BOROS: 1968 PGA Championship. AGE: 48 years, 4 months, 18 days 2. JACK NICKLAUS: 1986 Masters. AGE: 46 years, 2 months, 23 days 3. OLD TOM MORRIS: 1867 Open Championship. AGE: 46 years, 99 days 4. JERRY BARBER: 1961 PGA Championship. AGE: 45 Years, 3 months, 6 days 5. HALE IRWIN: 1990 US Open. AGE: 45 years, 15 days old 6. LEE TREVINO: 1984 PGA Championship. AGE: 44 years, 8 months, 18 days 7. ROBERTO DE VICENZO: 1967 Open Championship. AGE: 44 years, 93 days 8. HARRY VARDON: 1914 Open Championship. AGE: 44 years, 41 days 9. RAYMOND FLOYD: 1986 US Open. AGE: 43 years, 9 months, 11 days 10. TED RAY: 1920 US Open. AGE: 43 years, 4 months, 16 days old 10 OLDEST MAJOR CHAMPIONS IN GOLF
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