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Examples of "wadkins"
Whittaker is the nephew of PGA Tour golfer Lanny Wadkins.
"Note: Wadkins never played in The Open Championship."
Defeated Wadkins with a par on the first extra hole.
Naomichi Ozaki, Craig Parry, Ronan Rafferty, Peter Senior, Lanny Wadkins
Wadkins is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
In November 1976, Wadkins retired. David Boren, then governor of Oklahoma, declared November 14 as Opaline Wadkins Day. She was also honored by a citation from the VA Hospital Nursing Service. She was honored in 1987 by the Oklahoma Public Health Association and inducted into the Oklahoma Women’s Hall of Fame in 1993. In 2000, the Oklahoma City-Norman Chapter of the OU Black Alumni Society granted her their Trail Blazer award. Wadkins died on 11 April 2000 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Wadkins was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2009.
The sudden-death playoff began on the par-4 10th hole, where both missed the green. Nelson chipped to six feet (1.8 m) and Wadkins to four. First to putt, Nelson saved par but Wadkins missed his attempt to extend the playoff.
Wadkins was born in Richmond, Virginia. Between Bobby and Lanny, they held the Richmond, Virginia city junior title for six consecutive years – two by Bobby and four by Lanny. After attending the University of Houston for one year, Wadkins earned All-American honors in 1972–73 at East Tennessee State University.
Due to the rules of the PGA of America in place at the time, players with less than five years as a professional were not eligible for the U.S. team, which included reigning U.S. Open champion Johnny Miller and Lanny Wadkins. (These rules also kept Jack Nicklaus on the sidelines until 1969.) Miller made his Ryder Cup debut in 1975 and Wadkins in 1977.
This was third major played at the Pebble Beach Golf Links; Nicklaus won the U.S. Open in 1972 and Lanny Wadkins won the PGA Championship in 1977.
Notable ETSU golfers include Eric Axley, Rhys Davies, David Eger, Larry Hinson, Mike Hulbert, Keith Nolan, J. C. Snead, Bobby Wadkins, and Garrett Willis.
The "sudden-death" playoff is used for the first time in a major championship, when Lanny Wadkins defeats Gene Littler for the PGA Championship played at Pebble Beach.
The sudden-death playoff began on the par-4 first hole, where Wadkins missed the green, chipped from the heavy rough to and saved par to tie. At the second hole, both reached the green of the par-5 in two shots, narrowly missed eagle putts, and tapped in for birdies. At the third hole, both missed the green in the heavy rough. Littler's difficult chip left him for a par four, while Wadkins got his chip to within five feet (1.5 m). After Littler missed to the right, Wadkins rolled his in for the win.
Several well-known players include Arnold Palmer, Lanny Wadkins, Jay Haas, Billy Andrade, Bill Haas, Curtis Strange, Robert Wrenn, Scott Hoch, Webb Simpson, and Cheyenne Woods.
In 2008, former PGA champion Lanny Wadkins was no longer able to play golf due to debilitating back pain. Dickerman, along with orthopedic surgeon Scott Blumenthal performed a double fusion surgery on Wadkins, decompressing nerves in his back. During the surgery, the doctors also removed a softball-sized cyst from Wadkin's neck, extracting it from his trapezius muscle. Watkins was able to return to the PGA.
Jack Nicklaus won Sahara four times in a seven-year span. Future PGA Tour major champions, Tony Lema, Lanny Wadkins, and John Mahaffey, all made Sahara their first tour victory.
Past winners of the Western Amateur include golf greats: Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Ben Crenshaw, Justin Leonard, Phil Mickelson, Curtis Strange, Hal Sutton, Francis Ouimet, Lanny Wadkins, and Tom Weiskopf.
Steve Elkington (12,13), Jim Gallagher, Jr. (10,11,13), Peter Jacobsen, Andrew Magee (12,13), Billy Mayfair, Mark McCumber, Rocco Mediate (13), Jodie Mudd, Tommy Nakajima, José María Olazábal (10,12), Steve Pate (11,12,13), Corey Pavin (10,12,13), Lanny Wadkins (13)
Giles is owner and president of a golf management firm which represents such golfers as Tom Kite, Davis Love III, Lanny Wadkins, Beth Daniel, and Meg Mallon. He lives in Richmond, Virginia.