EDITOR'S NOTE: Jack Nicklaus had never trailed in any round on his way to winning the Masters and U.S. Open in 1972, and the British Open was played that year at Muirfield, where Nicklaus had won his first claret jug six years earlier. He woke up Monday morning of Open week with a stiff neck, which restricted his swing. Playing cautiously, he stayed in range of the leaders until...
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Six-time major champion and 29-time PGA Tour champion Lee Trevino made a stop by The Clubhouse to visit with Jeff Rude and John Maginnes. In his appearance, the always-hilarious Trevino chats about his entry into the game of golf from his rural upbringing, his unique relationship with the legendary Ben Hogan and why he’d choose Jack Nicklaus over Tiger Woods. Former PGA Tour pro...
Monday was the legendary and always hilarious Lee Trevino’s birthday. And to celebrate, Universo Pereira and Matty Blake play a game of “Trevino or Comedian.” Among his many quips, Trevino once said: “If you are caught on a golf course during a storm and are afraid of lightning, hold up a 1-iron. No even God can hit a 1-iron.” Learn some Trevino’s classic lines and see...
Welcome to The Fringe, Back9Network’s daily feature to keep you up-to-date on the best stories happening in golf, social media and pop culture. Greg Norman Returns To The Course Greg Norman made his official return to “competitive” golf Wednesday after suffering injuries in a chainsaw accident. His appearance on pro-am day at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba marked the first time...
CHICAGO -- Count six-time major winner Lee Trevino among those who think Tiger Woods is destined for future glory on the PGA Tour. Trevino, speaking before the Western Golf Association's Green Coat Gala on Nov. 7, still believes Woods will find a way to win again, but he issued one caveat. "I think his future is still bright if he does it on his own," Trevino said, "because now...
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