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Examples of "jacklin"
Pete Townshend: Bill Jacklin, Tom Phillips, Colin Self and Richard Hamilton
PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams, Future Islands, Angel Olsen, Conor Oberst, Julia Jacklin and The Big Moon.
Julia Jacklin (born 1990) is an Australian singer, songwriter based in Sydney, Australia.
Jacklin suffered a devastating near-miss in The Open Championship of 1972 at Muirfield. Tied for the lead with playing partner Lee Trevino playing the 71st hole, Jacklin had a straightforward 15-foot birdie putt on the par-5 hole, while Trevino was not yet on the green after four struggling strokes. But Trevino holed a difficult chip shot, and Jacklin took three putts, leaving him one shot behind. Trevino parred the final hole to win, but Jacklin bogeyed, finishing third behind Jack Nicklaus. Jacklin was just 28 years old at the time, but never seriously contended again in a major championship. In 2013, Jacklin said of his experience in the 1972 Open: "I was never the same again after that. I didn't ever get my head around it - it definitely knocked the stuffing out of me somehow."
Vivien Jacklin died suddenly of a brain haemorrhage in April 1988, aged 44. In an interview in 2002, Jacklin said: "You can't understand the anguish of losing a spouse until it happens to you. I lost my will to live after my first wife died. I contemplated doing something very terrible to myself. Eventually I recovered." Six weeks after his first wife's death, Jacklin met a 16-year-old waitress named Donna Methven at a golf tournament in England. Jacklin later said: "I was at my lowest ebb and Donna was a shoulder to cry on." They had a two-month affair which led to front-page headlines in British tabloid newspapers.
The first 54-hole competition took place in 1970 and was won by Tony Jacklin.
In his semi-final against Gary Player, Jacklin was 1 down at lunch but won three holes early in the afternoon to go 2 up. However he then had four bogeys in a row to go 2 down after 27 holes. The match then turned again and Jacklin had six birdies coming home to leave the match tied after 36 holes. The spectators lined the first hole in the expectation that the match would continue but it was decided that the light was too poor to continue that evening. Player beat Jacklin at the first extra hole when they returned on Saturday after Jacklin had three putted.
Harley M. Jacklin (August 20, 1889 – December 6, 1970) was an American farmer, businessman, and politician.
At the par-5 finishing hole, both Jacklin and Nicklaus got on the green in two. Nicklaus ran his eagle putt five feet past the hole, while Jacklin left his two-foot short. Nicklaus then sank his birdie putt, and with a crowd of 8,000 people watching, picked up Jacklin's marker, conceding the putt Jacklin needed to tie the matches. With the United States team already holding the cup, the tie allowed it to retain the cup. "I don't think you would have missed that putt," Nicklaus said to Jacklin afterwards, "but in these circumstances I would never give you the opportunity."
Harold Jacklin (6 February 1897−1966) was an English footballer who played as a goalkeeper mainly for Doncaster Rovers.
Tony Jacklin CBE, a 'golfing icon' according to European Tour selected what he believed to be the 20 greatest players in the history of the Ryder Cup, and Joe Austen painted their portraits. Limited edition prints of The Tony Jacklin Ryder Cup Collection have been available online since the Ryder Cup 2014.
In December 1988, Jacklin married his second wife, Astrid Waagen, a Norwegian woman. They have a son called Sean, who is a golfer on the European Challenge Tour. Jacklin is also stepfather to Waagen's two children, daughter Anna May and son A.J., from her previous marriage to former Bee Gees guitarist Alan Kendall.
After Belushi's sudden death by drug overdose in 1982, Judith Jacklin Belushi, the actor's widow, began to think about putting together a video to commemorate him. The sketch was included on the 1985 "Saturday Night Live" release of 16 sketches featuring Belushi called "The Best of John Belushi", produced by Lorne Michaels and Judith Jacklin Belushi, sold by Warner Home Video in VHS format.
Jacklin said in an interview in 1989 that he was barely on speaking terms with his mother. "To get along with people I have to like them. My mother and I don't get along. I don't share the belief that blood is thicker than water. She has tried to run my life long enough," Jacklin said.
With the United States and Great Britain tied at each, Jack Nicklaus led Tony Jacklin by the score of 1 up as they played the 17th hole. Jacklin made a 35-foot eagle putt and when Nicklaus missed his own eagle try from 12 feet, the match was all square.
Tony Jacklin CBE and Joe Austen collaborated in 2014 to create The Tony Jacklin Ryder Cup Collection; a new series of hand-painted oil portraits and limited edition prints of those portraits, which Austen has said will "commemorate The Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, Scotland in 2014"
In 1971, Jacklin said that he received death threats from a caller who also threatened to bomb his wife's family home in Belfast. The caller said that Jacklin would be shot if he played in the Ulster Open, because his wife's family supported Ian Paisley.
The Merseyside International Open was a golf tournament on the European Tour in 1980. It was held at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake near Liverpool, England. It was won by England's Ian Mosey, who defeated Tony Jacklin in a playoff. Mosey beat Jacklin at the first extra hole.
Incumbent mayor David Conn was re-elected in Seguin. Alex Chidley, Bruce Gibbon, Rod Osborne, Doug Sainsbury, Everett Jacklin and Jack Hepworth were elected to council.
The match between Gary Player and Tony Jacklin was completed on 12 October having been all square after 36 holes when it became too dark to continue.