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Golf Australia Express : Issue 5
WEIGHING IN at more than 12kg the Wanamaker Trophy, the symbol of victory of the PGA Championship since 1916, is the undeniable heavyweight of golf’s trophy world. Named after event founder Lewis Rodman Wanamaker, the trophy’s seen its fair share of championship bouts and could even spin a few yarns—if it could talk, of course. (Years of celebratory drinks, travels and parties with the likes of Daly and Hagen has left WT a tad punch drunk). This hunk of silverware continues to take centre place in the toasting of its winners. But Rich Beem— 2003 PGA Champion—is taking the term perpetual trophy to new meaning. He claims when he dies, his replica Wanamaker Trophy will be turned into an urn, or, in his words: “ The biggest urn you have ever seen.” TROPHY US PGA Championship, WANAMAKER Trophy LIST THE