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 (trə-vē′nō), Lee Born 1939.
American golfer who won the US Open (1968 and 1971), the British Open (1971 and 1972), and the PGA title (1974 and 1984).

Trevino

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(Biography) Lee. born 1939, US professional golfer: winner of the US Open Championship (1968; 1971) and the British Open Championship (1971; 1972)
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