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Tway is buried at Cave Hill Cemetery in eastern Louisville, Kentucky with wife Estelle S (Bennett) Tway, his mother Harriet Amelia (Garr) Tway, and his daughter Helen (Tway) Robertson.
Tway was raised on his mother's Plainview Farm (formerly Garr farm) home. In 1923, Tway built a Greek Revival home and remained there until his death. He was married to the former Estelle S. Bennett. R.C. Tway, Sr. had three children: Robert C. Tway, Jr who inherited the oversight of Kentucky Trailer, William T. Tway (married the daughter of Churchill Downs CEO/Board Chair "Willam H. Veeneman") who inherited oversight of the Plainview Farms, and Helen H Tway (Robertson).
Born in Edmond, Oklahoma, Tway is the son of Bob Tway, an eight-time winner on the PGA Tour, including the PGA Championship in 1986.
This building is now occupied by cardiologist Kenneth Tway, MD.
Hubert Green (9), Larry Nelson (12,13), Jeff Sluman (12,13), Lee Trevino, Bob Tway (13)
Hubert Green (10), Larry Nelson (10), Jeff Sluman (9), Payne Stewart (9,10,12,13), Bob Tway (12,13)
Wayne Grady (13), Larry Nelson (10), Jeff Sluman (10), Payne Stewart (11,12,13), Bob Tway (12,13)
Stuart Appleby, Neal Lancaster, John Riegger, Chris Riley, Steve Stricker, Bob Tway, Duffy Waldorf
Tway was named to the 1964 World's Championship Horse Show Hall of Fame.
Tway was founded in 1912 as Tway operated a coal company from 1914 to 1948 which employed 250 miners and staff in Harlan County, Kentucky. The coal company formed a nearby coal camp named Tway, Kentucky roughly 1 mile south of Harlan. An additional coal camp, also called Tway, was located in Southern Knox County, between Kay-Jay and Anchor. He was also a former owner of the James Coal Company. He served as a member of the Southern Appalachian Coal Operators Association and the Harlan County Coal Operators Association president for sixteen years.
Tway is an unincorporated community in Harlan County, Kentucky, United States. Its post office is closed.
Entering the championship, Norman was the leading money winner on the PGA Tour in 1986, with Tway in second place.
Tway has PGA Tour career earnings in excess of 14 million dollars. Upon reaching the age of 50 in May 2009, Tway began play on the Champions Tour. His best finish in that venue is T-2 at the 2009 Administaff Small Business Classic, two strokes behind tournament winner John Cook.
Tway qualified for the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines but he failed to make the cut by four strokes after posting rounds of 75 and 78. Tway lost in the round of 16 at the 2008 U.S. Amateur to Derek Fathauer.
Tway is a 1902 graduate of the Louisville Male High School and attended Kentucky Military Institute for college studies. He was a member and benefactor of Middletown Methodist Church. Tway served on the Kentucky Board of Agriculture and as a University of Kentucky trustee from 1941 to 1949, along with being a former director of the American Jersey Cattle Club.
The 1986 PGA Championship was held at the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio. Tway finished with a score of 276 - a two-stroke margin of victory over Greg Norman. Tway had holed a greenside bunker shot at the 18th hole on the final day, which is a memorable shot in golf history.
Tway is a hamlet in the Rural Municipality of Invergordon No. 430 in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Listed as a designated place by Statistics Canada, the hamlet had a population of 10 in the Canada 2006 Census. Northeast of the community is the Tway National Wildlife Area.
Thomas Bjørn (17), Darren Clarke (17), Retief Goosen (17), Pádraig Harrington, Miguel Ángel Jiménez (17), Masashi Ozaki (17), Naomichi Ozaki (17), Bob Tway (17), Brian Watts (17)
Paul Azinger, Rich Beem, Mark Brooks, John Daly, Steve Elkington, Davis Love III, Phil Mickelson (3,8,9,10), Vijay Singh (8,10), David Toms (9), Bob Tway
Tway lived or recreationed most of his entire life on a former potato farm, formerly known as the Garr Farm, which located in Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Tway inherited the farm from his mother (Harriet Amelia Garr). Tway developed the 970-acre farm into a very successful livestock breeding form specializing in American Jersey Dairy cattle and American Saddlebred horses. The dairy farm utilized over 100 head of Jersey Cattle delivering jersey creamline milk and other dairy products in the Louisville area and would serve customers as far away as the University of Kentucky. He raised a national prize-winning American Champion Jersey Cow and owned a winner of the 1939 Grand Champion Kentucky Jersey Cattle Club Trophy -Best Female (Mighty Patsy). In 1941, Kentucky Governor Keen Johnson presented Tway with the Tattersall Trophy having the two best Jersey cattle bred by an exhibitor at the Kentucky State Fair. Plainview Farms was considered the largest dairy in the region.