Open Championship: Seve Ballesteros wins top moment of last 50 years

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Watch the top 10 moments from the history of the Open Championship.

Seve Ballesteros' winning fist-pump at the 1984 Open Championship has been voted your favourite moment of the last 50 years.

The vote ran earlier in the week, with the top 10 being revealed in reverse order during the BBC Two highlights shows on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Ballesteros' winning moment was announced during Sunday's final-round show. You can watch all 10 that made the shortlist, in year order, in the video at the top of this page.

Results in full:

1. Seve Ballesteros in 1984 28%

2. Jean van de Velde's Carnoustie meltdown 17%

3. Duel in the sun - Tom Watson beats Jack Nicklaus 15%

4. Duel in the sun II Henrik Stenson beats Phil Mickelson 14%

5. Tom Watson goes close, aged 59 - 10%

6. Costantino Rocca's putt from the Valley of Sin at St Andrews - 6%

7. Tiger Woods honours his father in 2006 - 4%

8. Jordan Spieth's sensational recovery on way to victory - 3%

9. Sir Nick Faldo's tears at Muirfield in 1992 - 2%

10. Doug Sanders misses two-foot putt to win - 1%

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