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Snead

Sam(uel Jackson). 1912--2002, US golfer; winner of seven major tournaments between 1938 and 1951
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Foursomes: Phillips and Snead lost to L Jones and D Williams 1 hole; J Williams and Hodge lost to Ellison and Becket 2 & 1; A Williams and Goundrey lost to Evans and Lofthouse 5 & 4; Lurz and Saunders halved with Davies and Spacone.
In this position Snead will oversee the company's corporate development efforts, including the evaluation of potential acquisitions and strategic partnerships.
The board hired Stephen Franks for Central Alabama and Robert Exley as president of Snead State last month and their unanimous votes for Samuel Munnerlyn at Trenholm and Mark Heinrich for the Shelton State presidency wrapped up the busy search year.
The legendary Snead, whose trademark was a straw hat with a colourful headband, won seven majors between 1942 and 1954.
"To pass Snead's record after 40 doesn't mean much," he said.
And it is long odds-on that Snead's record will soon be broken.
Depending on one's point of view, Terra Ceia, several miles north of downtown Palmetto, might be called less civilized--or less spoiled--than Snead Island.
"We have shared a rewarding partnership with Jackmont Hospitality for the past eight years," says Richard Snead, president and CEO of Carlson Restaurants Worldwide, which operates, franchises, and licenses 735 T.G.I.
SLAMMIN' Sam Snead, the man who used the sweetest swing in golf to win seven Major championships and a record 81 PGA Tour events is dead.
(One wishes for at least some cross-reference to James Snead's wonderful essay on the differences between African and European senses of "universality.") Another essay discussing Walker's quilting metaphor uses citations from Yeats, Alice Ostriker, Elaine Showalter, Miriam Shapiro, and others in order to describe quilting as femmage and ends with an unproblematized "We have a lot in common with Celie" (my emphasis).
Nick Faldo, who spent time with 88-year-old Sam Snead earlier this year, will be back with him on Wednesday evening playing the Past Champions Challenge at St Andrews.
Snead, a pediatric neurologist, has become increasinlgy enthusiastic about what can be achieved through behavioral management of pediatric migraine.