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Posted November 14, 2020, 9:37 pm |

What's the biggest final round comeback at the Masters?

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    Jack Burke Jr. is helped by Cary Middlecoff as he puts on the traditional coat after winning the 20th Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga., April 8, 1956.  Burke, 33-year-old native of Fort Worth, Texas, won the tourney by one stroke with a 72-hole total of 289.  Middlecoff, last year's champion, came in third place.  Ken Venturi placed second.  Standing at right is Bobby Jones, and at left is Clifford Roberts, both co-founders of the Masters.  (AP Photo)

In 1956, Jack Burke Jr. made history. He came from eight shots back in the final round to defeat amateur Ken Venturi by a shot, setting the record for largest comeback at the Masters.

In 1996, Nick Faldo rallied from a six-shot deficit to Greg Norman entering the final day to win his third green jacket.

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