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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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Equally importantly, it was a day about Jack Nicklaus, the man, the legend.
But the then-46-year-old Nicklaus, who had been written off by almost everybody at that point, didn't watch the shot travel, but instead bent down slowly to pick up his tee.
To have longevity has been a special gift," said Player, who outdrove Nicklaus for the second year running.
The 80-year-old Player was thrilled to outdrive Nicklaus by some 15 yards after striking a solid blow right up the middle, his ball ending up below the crest of the hill as a packed gallery cheered loudly.
Nicklaus says the park in many ways reflects the evolution the game itself has gone through in recent years.
The Donners claimed that Jack Nicklaus and Nicklaus Golf made multiple false statements including that (1) Nicklaus is a "charter member" of Mount Holly and, (2) as a charter member, paid the $1.
Sy said the highlight was meeting Nicklaus, golf's all-time leader in Grand Slam victories with 18.
Nicklaus acknowledged the ovation from the crowd, raising his arms in the air with a double fist-pump.
McIlroy, who was born three years after Nicklaus last won the 1986 Masters, secured his third Major last week, claiming The Open at Hoylake.
Nicklaus Design's support and membership allows ISC-Audubon to expand their efforts to promote sustainability worldwide, and to Spread the Seeds of Sustainability.
Nicklaus, who ended the round four down to Gary Player, the diminutive South African holder of the title, dropped his ball under penalty from a ditch at the ninth and then asked for a re-drop as he claimed there was a advertisement sign in his line to the green.