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LEE TREVINO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Kim joins elite group and has time to show where he belongs

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Si Woo Kim earned access to a room reserved for winners of The Players Championship. He now shares locker No. 4 with Lanny Wadkins, the former PGA champion and Ryder Cup stalwart. Locker No. 5 belongs to Lee Trevino, the six-time major champion. Both are in a far more exclusive club located about 30 minutes away at the World Golf Hall of Fame. Kim...
Via MyNorthwest.com
May 14, 2017

Does golf suffer from the same personality problem as baseball?

Anyone who has thoughts on golf popularity will say it starts with Tiger Woods’ absence. A single man apparently has the power to drive people to pick up or stick with the game. The crazy part here is not only that it’s mostly true, but how widely accepted this is.The thing is: That’s not quite the whole story.Tiger’s greatness at his peak will be impossible to replicate...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
March 28, 2017  |  Discuss

Lee Trevino calls Tour pros “gutless” for not standing up to Augusta National

Embed from Getty Images     Lee Trevino was never fond of the rules at Augusta National, home of the Masters. “There were too many rules for me” Trevino said according to GolfDigest.com. Trevino then stated that PGA Tour pros today are “gutless” for not standing up to Augusta’s hierarchy about the high volume of rules. “If you go there now and try to use a cellphone...
Via The GP Golf Report
April 10, 2016  |  Discuss

AP WAS THERE: 43 years ago, Trevino ends a Grand Slam dream

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...
Via Associated Press
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Trevino: Tiger can win again, but 'he's got to do this on his own'

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...
Via FOX Sports
November 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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