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In the 2004 Open Championship at Royal Troon he became only the seventh golfer to record an albatross in the historic competition.

Gary Evans had a glittering amateur career, representing Great Britain & Ireland in the prestigious 1991 Walker Cup, and winning the Brabazon Trophy in 1990 and 1991.
In the 2002 Open Championship, Evans nearly pulled off a sensational underdog triumph. The Englishman eventually finished in a tie for fifth at Muirfield, missing out on The Open’s first four man play-off by just one-stroke, which was contested by Ernie Els, Thomas Levet, Steve Elkington and Stuart Appleby, with Els prevailing.
Evans impressed on the European Tour throughout his career, finishing in 21st place on the Order of Merit in 2002. Unfortunately, back and shoulder injuries brought a premature end to his career in 2006.

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