Lee Trevino

Lee Trevino

Lee Buck Trevino (born December 1, 1939) is a Mexican American professional golfer. He is an icon for Mexican Americans, and is often referred to as "The Merry Mex" and "Supermex". He won six major championships over the course of his career.

Read more about Lee Trevino:  Early Life, Professional Career, Playing Style, Distinctions and Honors, Humor, Trivia, U.S. National Team Appearances

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1991 Senior PGA Tour - Tournament Results
450,000 Bob Charles (16) 210 (-6) 67,500 Feb 17 Aetna Challenge Florida 450,000 Lee Trevino (8) 205 (-11) 67,500 Mar 3 GTE West Classic California 450,000 Chi Chi ... Bank Charley Pride Senior Golf Classic New Mexico 350,000 Lee Trevino (10) 200 (-16) 52,500 Sep 1 GTE North Classic Indiana 450,000 George Archer (7) 199 (-17 ...
Champions Tour - Money Winners and Most Wins Leaders
4 Jim Colbert, Bob Murphy 1994 Dave Stockton 1,402,519 6 Lee Trevino 1993 Dave Stockton 1,175,944 5 Dave Stockton 1992 Lee Trevino 1,027,002 5 Lee Trevino 1991 Mike Hill 1,065,657 5 Mike ...
Fed Ex St. Jude Classic - Tournament Highlights
1971 Lee Trevino wins in Memphis for the first time ... He defeats Jerry Heard, Hale Irwin, Lee Elder and Randy Wolff by four shots ... He beats Allen Miller and Lee Trevino by two shots ...
Colonial Country Club (Memphis) - Champions
... Classic 1984 Bob Eastwood 1983 Larry Mize 1982 Raymond Floyd 1981 Jerry Pate 1980 Lee Trevino 1979 Gil Morgan (playoff) 1978 Andy Bean (playoff) 1977 Al Geiberger 1976 Gibby Gilbert 1975 Gene Littler 1974 Gary ...
Champions Tour Awards - Statistical Awards
... Charles New Zealand 70.05 1989 Bob Charles New Zealand 725,887 Bob Charles New Zealand 69.78 1990 Lee Trevino United States 1,190,518 Lee Trevino United States ...

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