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Paul Lawrie

5 best comebacks in the PGA Championship

Some of the greatest comebacks in major championships usually require a collapse of some magnitude, so it's easy to overlook the winner. Nick Faldo shot 67 in the final round of the 1996 Masters, which is remembered as much for Greg Norman blowing a six-shot lead with a 78. Paul Lawrie holds the record for making up a 10-shot deficit in the final round of the 1999 British Open. His 67 matched the low score of the tournament, and yet the strongest memory from Carnoustie were the follies of Jean Van de Velde. And then there's Arnold Palmer. His greatest charge was that 65 at Cherry Hills in the 1960 U.S. Open to make up a seven-shot deficit. Hardly anyone remembers that Mike...