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Nobody elected to Golf Hall of Fame for 2000

The World Golf Hall of Fame will have no new members this year.

Greg Norman was the closest in the balloting, finishing with 70.1 percent of the vote. Nominees need to be on at least 75 percent of the ballots returned.

The late Payne Stewart, who died in a plane crash last October 25, was named on 64.3 percent of the ballots. Ben Crenshaw was third with 50.9 percent of the vote.

Players must be at least 40 years old, a member of the PGA Tour for at least 10 years or the Senior Tour for at least five. Players must also have at least 10 PGA Tour wins or a combined 20 on both tours.

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