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parcels18
21 Jul 15 22:40
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As an ex Pat n.Irishman it has to be Darren Clarke
I know I am biased and there are many worthy nominees but I would welcome your views

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By:
xmoneyx
When: 22 Jul 15 00:07
Tom Watson
By:
Back High Lay Low
When: 22 Jul 15 00:56
Ian Baker-Finch
By:
therhino
When: 22 Jul 15 08:40
The Shark. In recent years, Phil by a long way. One of the most memorable days of golf viewing have ever experienced that win at Muirfield, it was incredible. Bones breaking down in tears on 18 was a special moment.
By:
loui
When: 26 Jul 15 21:44
Seve  and Tom Watson for me
By:
dlarssonf
When: 26 Jul 15 21:47
Greg Norman 1986 TurnberryCool
By:
FatherMaguire
When: 27 Jul 15 01:24
It might have been Sergio if he had taken driver off the 72nd tee in 2007 - as it is probably Seve in 88 followed by Phil in 2013
By:
sonofshinner
When: 28 Jul 15 08:33
sir tom watson...in my book anyway.
By:
lfc1971
When: 28 Jul 15 09:54
Lee Trevino for me, his victory over Jacklin was incredible and when he beat Mr Lee the first I can remember watching.
By:
sofiakenny
When: 05 Aug 15 07:54
when Trevino beat Jacklin ..Tony approached Lee on the first tee and said
"Dont take this the wrong way but please no talking today".Trevino countered instantly
"Hell Tony you aint gotta do any talking..you just gotta listen!"LaughLaughLaugh
By:
sofiakenny
When: 05 Aug 15 12:08
Mr Lu.
By:
trebor
When: 05 Aug 15 12:46
That's careless
By:
donny osmond
When: 06 Aug 15 21:44
johnny miller
By:
parcels18
When: 08 Aug 15 20:22
Just thought I'd throw in a golden oldy Fred Daly whom I had the honour to meet several times
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 13 Jul 16 02:14
SEVE '79, '84 & '88 must be at the top of all lists Devil .....closely followed by POD, TIGER & FALDO then Tom & Greg.
By:
kincsem
When: 13 Jul 16 05:37
Peter Thomson
By:
donny osmond
When: 13 Jul 16 09:36
sandy lyle
By:
alun2005
When: 13 Jul 16 09:37
Tom Watson.

'The Duel In The Sun' at Turnberry was a joy.
By:
Blackrock
When: 13 Jul 16 12:08
Clarkey coz of his late wife.

Phil coz he was and is a true gent.

Seve coz he is a legend.
By:
gmt
When: 13 Jul 16 12:58
Tom Watson
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 17 Jul 17 10:34
The only FALDO fan signing in here Shocked
By:
xmoneyx
When: 17 Jul 17 14:13
fald is a cant , but his course management was superb
By:
england_v_south_afri
When: 17 Jul 17 15:49
David Duval

Followed by last years winner Henrik

Will take some doing matching the quality of last years tournament.
By:
FatherMaguire
When: 17 Jul 17 16:56
Seve 88 the best for me

Really enjoyed Phil in 13 too

As far as championships go, 93 was a very good year, with a load of top players right in the mix on the Sunday
By:
par
When: 17 Jul 17 19:55
Todd Hamilton
By:
bigH
When: 17 Jul 17 21:10
Seve
By:
Wok
When: 17 Jul 17 21:28
Arnold Palmer
By:
therhino
When: 17 Jul 17 22:20
Phil for me. That final round was just incredible. Best second place ever last year as well. Special mention to the Shark.
By:
gmt
When: 20 Jul 17 22:07
Tom Watson
Fav Loser Van de Velde had more about him than all these plastic golfers nowadays!
And I've never forgiven Cink for beating Watson!
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 18 Jul 19 14:19
LOWRY might make the list after the weekend.....likeable sort eh Devil
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