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Greg Norman turns back the clock

June 13, 2018
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Greg Norman hangs on in difficult conditions at Royal Birkdale tostand alone in second place at even par. (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 July, 2008)
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What began as a sentimental return to the scene of past glories hasbecome a serious assault on the British Open. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 19 July, 2008)
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He couldn’t, could he? (The Age — 19 July, 2008)
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Veteran Australian Greg Norman fired his second even-par 70 to top the second round leaderboard at the British Open ahead of Colombian Camilo Villegas, who finished with five birdies in a row for a remarkable five-under 65. (CNN — 18 July, 2008)
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Greg Norman turned back the clock. So did David Duval. And K.J. Choi found himself in a familiar position — playing in the final group of the British Open heading to the weekend. (CNN — 19 July, 2008)
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Greg Norman of Australia leads the British Open by two strokes after Saturday’s third round at Royal Birkdale. (CNN — 20 July, 2008)
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WHAT began as a sentimental but seemingly brief return to the sceneof past glories became a serious assault on what would be the mostunlikely major victory of all as Greg Norman defied his 53 years,treacherous conditions and lack of serious preparation to move intocontention for a third British Open title. (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 July, 2008)
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