Lee Trevino Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Lee Trevino Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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This Biography is about one of the best Golfer Lee Trevino including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Lee Trevino
Real Name Lee Trevino
Profession Golfers
Nick Name The Merry Mex, Supermex
Famous as Golfer
Nationality American
Religion Roman Catholic
Personal Life of Lee Trevino
Born on 01 December 1939
Birthday 1st December
Age 77 Years
Sun Sign Sagittarius
Born in Dallas, Texas
City Texas
Family Background of Lee Trevino
Father Joseph Trevino
Mother Juanita Trevino
Spouse/Partner Claudia Trevino
Children Richard Trevino, Olivia Leigh Trevino, Daniel Lee Trevino, Lesley Ann Trevino, Troy Trevino, Tony Lee Trevino
Net worth $40 Million
Awards 1971 – PGA Player of the Year

1970 – Vardon Trophy

1971 – Vardon Trophy

1972 – Vardon Trophy

1974 – Vardon Trophy

1980 – Vardon Trophy

1980 – Byron Nelson Award

1990 – Jack Nicklaus Trophy

1992 – Jack Nicklaus Trophy

1994 – Jack Nicklaus Trophy

1990 – Arnold Palmer Award

1992 – Arnold Palmer Award

1990 – Rookie of the Year

1990 – Byron Nelson Award

1991 – Byron Nelson Award

1992 – Byron Nelson Award

1971 – Sportsman of the Year

1971 – Male Athlete of the Year

Personal Fact of Lee Trevino

Lee Trevino is one of the most successful American professional golfers. Born into abject poverty, he endured a difficult childhood. He could not attend school regularly, and became a caddy. Being a caddy meant that he could watch many professionals at play, and also practice his golf shots. Soon, he progressed from being a caddy to playing golf as a U.S Marine and a hustler gambling on his golf shots, to a successful rookie professional golfer. His first success came at the U. S Open at Oakhill.

His best year came in the early 1970s, when, in a span of just twenty days he had added the Canadian Open and the British Open to his second U.S Open title. His 29 career wins include six major championships. He has the distinction of being one of the four golfers to twice win the U.S. Open, The Open Championship (the British Open) and the PGA Championship.

The only major title that eluded him was the Augusta Masters, a tournament he bypassed many times because he felt that his style could never win there. Off the golf course, he was reclusive, but on it, was an avid chatter and very witty. Nicknamed “the Merry Mex” and “Supermex”, he emerged as a face of hope and success for many Mexican Americans.

 

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