Shark Watch Open Thread
Greg Norman is going for the history books today, trying to become the oldest man to ever win a "major" golf tournament.
Through three, he looks VERY nervous going out bogey-bogey-bogey, while Padraig Harrington, the defending champion, has gone a very impressive par-par-par (photo courtesy Getty Images).
Will Greg settle down and make this a match, or is this another classic Sunday el foldo by the Shark? Assuming the former, and Norman could actually win this at 53, how important an event would this be in sports history?