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Golf Greats: Moe Norman, 1929 - 2004

From Ada Mackenzie to Moe Norman to Sandra Post, our homegrown golfing heroes have thrilled, surprised, inspired and delighted us. Our golfing history is a tale of an eccentric perfectionist, a caddying Cinderella, an unstoppable "hit man," and a local boy named Mike who mastered the game with quiet determination. CBC Archives examines the careers and victories of our golfing greats.

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Moe Norman passes away of heart failure at the age of 75.
Medium: Television
Program: Sunday Report
Broadcast Date: Sept. 4, 2004
Guest(s): John Cook, Moe Norman, Tim O'Connor
Host: Jeannie Lee
Reporter: Mike Beauregard
Duration: 2:21

Last updated: July 12, 2013

Page consulted on September 10, 2014

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