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April 14 2013

12:15 PM

Low Aussies after Norman in 1996

By PGATOUR.COM staff

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- In 1996, Greg Norman was on his way to becoming the first Australian to win the Masters until hiis heartbreaking final-round collapse dropped him to second behind winner Nick Faldo.

With three Australians - Adam Scott, Jason Day and Marc Leishman -- breathing down the necks of co-leaders Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera going into Sunday's final round at Augusta National, Norman will certainly be cheering on his countrymen to end the Aussie drought. (Click here for story)

Since Norman's runner-up finish in 1996, here is the list of low Aussies who have followed him at the Masters. Do you think one of the Aussies will win Sunday? Fill out the form below to join the discussion.

Year Low Aussie Final position
1997 Steve Elkington Tied for 12th
1998 Steve Elkington 30th
1999 Greg Norman 3rd
2000 Greg Norman 11th
2001 Stuart Appleby Tied for 31st
2002 Adam Scott Tied for 4th
2003 Adam Scott Tied for 23rd
2004 Stephen Leaney Tied for 17th
2005 Mark Hensby, Rod Pampling Tied for 3rd
2006 Geoff Ogilvy, Rod Pampling Tied for 16th
2007 Stuart Appleby Tied for 7th
2008 Stuart Appleby Tied for 14th
2009 Geoff Ogilvy Tied for 15th
2010 Adam Scott Tied for 18th
2011 Adam Scott, Jason Day Tied for 2nd
2012 Adam Scott Tied for 8th

 

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