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British Open Golf 2011: The 10 Greatest British Open Performances of All Time

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British Open Golf 2011: The 10 Greatest British Open Performances of All Time
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The British Open begins tomorrow morning, and as the oldest major championship that routinely takes place at the "home of golf," there is naturally a ton of rich history.

There have been famous putts, like the one Costantino Rocca made in 1995 to force a playoff; memorable shots, such as 71-year-old Gene Sarazen's hole in one at the Postage Stamp of Troon in 1973; unforgettable single-hole performances, like the debacle put up by Jean Van de Velde at the 72nd hole at Carnoustie; and incredible single rounds, like Greg Norman's 63 at Turnberry.

But what about the greatest wire-to-wire efforts history?

Check out this slideshow of the 10 best cumulative efforts the British Open has ever seen.

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