Ben Hogan


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United States golfer who won many major golf tournaments (1912-1997)

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Playing Augusta, he walked four times across the Ben Hogan bridge by the 12th.
Jack Nicklaus was once asked "Is Tiger Woods the best ball-striker you have ever seen?" to which he replied "No, no - Ben Hogan ...
Critique: Informed, informative, wonderfully illustrated with period photography, and a thoroughly entertaining read from beginning to end, "The Brothers Hogan: A Fort Worth History" is especially recommended reading for golfing enthusiasts interested in the contributions of fabled Ben Hogan and his brother to the sport.
Also in the Ben Hogan bracket, 2010 winner Ian Poulter takes on American Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia faces Australian Marc Leishman - the European pair could meet in the last 16 - while US Open champion Justin Rose is top seed in the Gary Player bracket and takes on Scott Piercy.
1997: Ben Hogan, one of the greatest golfers of all time, died aged 84.
Rose joins Olin Dutra, Ben Hogan, Lee Trevino and David Graham as U.S.
8 Thelostartofthelongiron:Merion's18th hole has a plaque marking the famous 1–iron Ben Hogan hit in the 1950 US Open.
Last summer, when the Open was returning to the Olympic Club in San Francisco, it was time again to revisit Fleck's amazing upset of Ben Hogan in the 1955 Open there.
LLANDUDNO ABC's talented junior Ben Hogan continued his fine form with a comprehensive victory over J Challoner of Sefton ABC at the West Wirral Show.
17 February 2012 - US apparel and accessories designer Perry Ellis International Inc (NASDAQ: PERY) issued a press release to announce the completion of its deal to acquire the Ben Hogan golf brand.
Ben Hogan said: "Good golf begins with a good grip."
From golf's finest and most challenging courses, to the golf legends of the past century (including Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Nancy Lopez, Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, and more), to cherished artifacts and stories highlighting great moments, Sports Illustrated: The Golf Book is a "must-have" compendium for golf fans.
He invokes the names and stories of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Babe Didrickson Zaharius, Sam Snead, Walter Hagan, Bobby Jones and Tiger Woods, showing in each how what should be a relatively uncomplicated game can become as enlightening, messy, inspiring and frustrating as life itself.
The PGA of America has a one-time policy with no-one having led the USA into consecutive Ryder Cups since Ben Hogan in 1947 and 1949.