Top 10 rounds in Masters history -- No. 8

March, 30, 2014
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ESPN golf analyst and two-time major champion Andy North put together his list of the 10 greatest rounds in Masters history. ESPN.com will roll out his rankings on a daily basis leading up to the world's top players competing at Augusta National this year.

No. 8: Greg Norman, Round 1, 1996; Nick Price, Round 3, 1986

No one has ever broken the magic number of 63 in a major championship. Only two have even tied it at Augusta National. Interestingly enough, neither went on to win that year.

Both instances -- Nick Price in 1986 and Greg Norman in 1996 -- produced two of the most memorable Masters in history, but not for the 63s. Price lost to Jack Nicklaus' magical back-nine run on Sunday to claim his sixth green jacket while Norman's epic final-round collapse handed Nick Faldo another Masters title.

Both Price and Norman went out in 33 and played the inward nine in 30 strokes for their 63s.

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