Six-time champion Greg Norman bogeyed the last two holes Sunday, allowing Peter Senior to score a one-stroke victory in the Australian Masters golf tournament.
Norman led by two strokes after chipping in for an eagle on the par-5 seventh hole, and was still ahead by a stroke when he bogeyed 17 to fall back into a tie.Norman hooked his tee shot on 18 sharply to the left, the ball finishing on an adjacent practice fairway.
He was forced to hit a blind second shot over a group of hospitality boxes. The ball hit one of the boxes behind the green and rebounded into a bunker.
Norman blasted out to nine feet and his putt for par spun around the cup and stayed out.
Senior, meanwhile, played the hole in regulation and made a par putt to win his first Masters title.
Senior shot a final-round 70 for a 72-hole total of 278, 14 under par on the par-73, 6,955-yard Huntingdale course. Norman shot a 71 for 279.
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