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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
SCOTT HOCH’S has had a chequered career. Thirty-two years on tour, 11 PGA Tour wins, plus wins on the European, Japan and Champions Tours and making two Ryder Cup teams all stack up tall. But the man from North Carolina endured some low moments, too. At the 1987 PGA Championship Hoch three-putted the final hole from inside 10 feet. A two-putt would have secured a spot in a playoff. He is even more widely known for missing a two- foot putt that would have won the 1989 Masters. That near miss earned him the nickname “Hoch the Choke”. Then at the 1990 British Open at St Andrews, he referred to “the home of golf” as “the worst piece of mess” he had ever seen. Now that’s a trio of major blunders. LIST THE SCOTT HOCH 11 PGA Tour Career Wins