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Nicklaus

[ nik-luhs ]

noun

  1. Jack (William), born 1940, U.S. golfer.


Nicklaus

/ ˈnɪklaʊs /

noun

  1. NicklausJack1940MUSSPORT AND GAMES: golfer Jack. born 1940, US golfer: winner of a record eighteen major championships (1962–86), comprising a record six in the US Masters, five in the USPGA, four in the US Open, and three in the British Open


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Only Ben Hogan is better, which means Spieth has been better on this course than Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.

Seventy-two entries, including 47 of the top 50 players in the world, played a course co-designed by Nicklaus and Jacklin on big, howling greens such as the one on No.

Part of the appeal of Nicklaus and Palmer long after their primes had passed was their ability to tell the tales of times gone by.

Nicklaus won his last Masters at 46, but he also tied for sixth in 1998, when he was 58.

The House recently passed for the second time authorization to honor golfer Jack Nicklaus; the Senate has yet to act.

As Jones said to Nicklaus on another Sunday like this, he plays a game with which we are not familiar.

Nicklaus fidgeted, for the graphic particularity of Pippo almost led him to believe the augury might be true.

A cry from Nicklaus Wagner announced that the spirit of avarice was still active as ever in his bosom.

All this time Nicklaus was nothing loth to show his papers, which were quite in rule.

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