Ben Hogan


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Noun1.Ben Hogan - United States golfer who won many major golf tournaments (1912-1997)Ben Hogan - United States golfer who won many major golf tournaments (1912-1997)
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A FEW days before Tiger's incredible victory, he was awarded the Golf Writers Association of America's Ben Hogan Award.
Woods is the only player to have won at Sawgrass and Augusta National in the same year (2001) and McIlroy needs to repeat the feat to join Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen in having won all four major titles.
That was the year the great Ben Hogan made his one-and-only trip to our Open, which he won by four shots at Carnoustie.
BEN HOGAN (USA) - Masters 2, US Open 4, Open 1, PGA 2 - Total 9 Hogan was 40 when he completed his slam by winning the only Open he ever played, having already won the Masters and US Open.
PAUL BROADHURST wrote his name alongside Ben Hogan and Tom Watson in the record books by adding a first win on US soil to his Senior British Open triumph at Carnoustie.
Ben Hogan III of Hogan Law Office, PC, in Birmingham, Alabama, and Gerson H.
Oregon men's golf sophomore Aaron Wise is one of 25 collegiate golfers named to the watch list for the Ben Hogan Award, given to the top men's collegiate golfer.
Just two men have ever won three major championships in the same year, with Ben Hogan winning all three he played in 1953 only to be denied the chance to claim all four due to a clash of dates.
McIlroy is looking to join Gene Sarazan, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods in winning all four grand slam titles by claiming a rst green jacket at Augusta A National.
Lavishly illustrated with never-before-seen family photos, "The Brothers Hogan: A Fort Worth History" follows the lives of Ben Hogan, winner of sixty-eight tournaments and nine major championships, and his brother Royal, who climbed the ranks of top amateur golfers even as his brother Ben became one of golf's most successful pros.
Firstly, the last man to win back-to-back US Opens before Strange was the legendary Ben Hogan, who did so in 1950 and 1951, with the first of those wins coming at Merion.
The 24-year-old comes into this year's event ranked seventh in the world, although he is the top seed in the Ben Hogan bracket thanks to the withdrawals of Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and Phil Mickelson, and faces former US Ryder Cup player Boo Weekley in the opening round today.