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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 242
N OTED for his Mexican heritage but most certainly a Texas native, Lee Trevino grew up working as a caddie at the Dallas Athletic Club, turning his obsession with the game into a career that delivered 29 PGA Tour wins, including two US Opens, two Open Championships and two PGA Championships. The Merry Mex is definitely one of golf's greatest characters. B ORN in Stephenville, in the heart of the state, Ben Hogan’s 69 PGA Tour victories and nine majors counts him among the greatest players of all time. Still regarded by many as having possessed the greatest swing of them all, Hogan moved to Fort Worth with his family as a young boy, and remained a resident there until his death in 1997. LEE TREVINO BEN HOGAN
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