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Lee Trevino

Trevino, Lee, 1939–, American golfer, b. Dallas, Tex. Personable, witty, and extremely popular, he won the U.S. Open twice (1968 and 1971), the British Open twice (1971–72), and the PGA Championship twice (1974 and 1984) before becoming a star of the Seniors tour.

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