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Nicklaus

Jack. born 1940, US professional golfer: won the British Open Championship (1966; 1970; 1978) and the US Open Championship (1962; 1967; 1972; 1980)
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By joining as a Platinum Member, Nicklaus Design has joined the growing network of businesses, municipalities, non-profits and others who are actively showing their support of Audubon Lifestyles and The International Sustainability (ISC-Audubon).
Nicklaus said that a lot of guys have some success and financial success and decide they want a normal life, and added that there are other athletes that decide records are important and it is important to leave a legacy.
Colonel Duncan asked Nicklaus whether he wished for a different official to take over.
Nicklaus, 71, recalled: "I just told him, 'I'm sure that you learned from your mistakes and what happened.
The company has announced a change of name from The Reserve at Summit Rock to its present, to celebrate its partnership with Nicklaus Companies.
And the pairing of Watson and Nicklaus was awesome from day one, when they overcame Nick Faldo and Peter Oosterhuis 2&1.
Personal But the organisers were trying to keep the nicklaus visit hush-hush.
But if not, Nicklaus believes Woods will start to feel the pressure.
Golf truly embodies the Olympic spirit - with a foundation built upon honour, integrity, dignity and sportsmanship," Nicklaus said.
A spokeswoman for Gleneagles - home to another two championship-standard courses - said: "Jack Nicklaus designed the course for us in the early 90s.
I think it's been as good for me as it has been for him," Nicklaus said Sunday after receiving the Roy Firestone Award by the Westcoast Sports Associates at the Omni Hotel in downtown LosAngeles.
Why would the Scots give Jack Nicklaus a status previously accorded only to the Queen and the Queen Mother, to be pictured on currency while still alive?