Synonyms for calcavecchia or Related words with calcavecchia

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Examples of "calcavecchia"
Mark Calcavecchia (4,14,18), Sandy Lyle, Tom Watson
Mark Calcavecchia, Chris DiMarco, Franklin Langham
Mark Calcavecchia (9,13), Ian Baker-Finch, Greg Norman (11,12,13)
Mark Calcavecchia (18), Nick Faldo, Sandy Lyle, Tom Watson
Calcavecchia shares the record for the lowest back nine in the Masters at 29, in 1992.
Aaron Baddeley (17), Mark Calcavecchia, Charles Howell III (17), John Rollins (17)
Mark Calcavecchia (5), Charley Hoffman, John Rollins (5), Mark Wilson (5)
The tournament's lowest 72-hole score was set by Mark Calcavecchia in 2001 with 256 (–28), which was matched by Mickelson in 2013. In the second round Calcavecchia scored a 60 (–11), which equalled the lowest score at the Phoenix Open (by Grant Waite in 1996) and subsequently matched by Mickelson in 2005 and 2013. Calcavecchia had 32 birdies in the tournament, which was also an all-time record.
Famous residents include Larry Fitzgerald, Jordan Cates, Todd McFarlane, Daniel Kelly and Mark Calcavecchia.
In 2009, Mark Calcavecchia scored nine consecutive birdies at the second round, breaking the PGA Tour record.
Calcavecchia joined the Champions Tour in 2010, but still plays a limited PGA Tour schedule that includes The Open Championship.
Mark Calcavecchia wins the British Open in a novel 4-hole playoff format, against Australians Wayne Grady and Greg Norman. Calcavecchia hits a five-iron out of the rough at the final hole to within six feet for the winning birdie.
Mark John Calcavecchia (born June 12, 1960) is an American professional golfer and a former PGA Tour member. During his professional career, he has won thirteen PGA Tour events, including the 1989 Open Championship. Calcavecchia currently plays on the Champions Tour.
At the 1989 Masters, Norman missed a 12-foot par putt on the 72nd hole which would have put him into a playoff with Nick Faldo and Scott Hoch. Norman had another chance at a major in 1989, this time at the Open Championship at Royal Troon. He played a final-round of 64, starting his round with six straight birdies, to force his way into a playoff with Mark Calcavecchia and Wayne Grady. Going into the final playoff hole, Norman and Calcavecchia were tied, but two successive bunker shots by Norman gave Calcavecchia the victory.
Mark Calcavecchia, John Daly, Ernie Els (3,4,13,17), Paul Lawrie, Tom Lehman, Justin Leonard (3,13,17), Sandy Lyle, Greg Norman, Mark O'Meara, Nick Price (3,13,17), Tom Weiskopf
Mark Calcavecchia, Ben Curtis, John Daly, Nick Faldo, Todd Hamilton, Tony Jacklin, Paul Lawrie, Tom Lehman, Justin Leonard, Sandy Lyle, Mark O'Meara
During the 2009 RBC Canadian Open, Mark Calcavecchia scored nine consecutive birdies at the second round, breaking the PGA Tour record.
Calcavecchia was born in Laurel, Nebraska. While he was a teenager, his family moved from Nebraska to West Palm Beach, Florida in 1973. He attended North Shore High School in West Palm Beach, and won the Florida high school golf championship in 1977 while playing for the North Shore golf team. While playing in junior tournaments, Calcavecchia often competed against Jack Nicklaus' son, Jackie, and as a result began a lifelong friendship at the age of 14 with the legendary pro.
Paul Azinger (3), Mark Calcavecchia, Stewart Cink (3), David Duval (3), Jim Furyk (3), Scott Hoch, Davis Love III (3), Phil Mickelson (3), Hal Sutton (3), David Toms, Scott Verplank, Tiger Woods (3)
Four men have won three times at the Phoenix Open: Arnold Palmer won consecutively (1961, 1962, 1963), then Gene Littler (1955, 1959, 1969), Calcavecchia (1989, 1992, 2001), and Mickelson (1996, 2005, 2013).