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LEE TREVINO - PROGRAM SIGNED CIRCA 1969 CO-SIGNED BY: GAY BREWER, DAN SIKES, TOM WEISKOPF - HFSID 174483

50¢ program from the 1969 Westchester Classic, signed by Lee Trevino, Tom Weiskopf, Gay Brewer, Dan Sikes and one other signer in blue ink Program signed: "Gay Brewer", "Lee Trevino", "Tom Weiskopf", "Dan Sikes" and one other signature.

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LEE TREVINO, TOM WEISKOPF, GAY BREWER, and DAN SIKES
50¢ program from the 1969 Westchester Classic, signed by Lee Trevino, Tom Weiskopf, Gay Brewer, Dan Sikes and one other signer in blue ink
Program signed: "Gay Brewer", "Lee Trevino", "Tom Weiskopf", "Dan Sikes" and one other signature. Color, 4p including covers, 8x10¾, 1 sheet folded, front and verso, printed on cardstock. 50¢ program from the 1969 Westchester Classic, held at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York between July 28 and Aug. 3, 1969, with official pairings. This program is from the third round on Aug. 1969 and has total scores up to then and tee-off times. All four signers had some of the lowest scores coming into the third round and teed off between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. None of them were paired with each other. Frank Beard went on to win the tournament that year. The Westchester Classic was first held in 1967 and is now called the Barclays. It was sponsored by Eastern Airlines in 1969 and was held to benefit six Westchester hospitals. The tournament was billed as "The world's richest golf championship," with a total purse of $250,000 and a first prize of $50,000. LEE TREVINO, born in 1939 and also known as "SuperMex", won 27 PGA tournaments, including six major championships: the U.S. Open (1968, 1971), the British Open (1971, 1972) and the PGA Championship (1974, 1984). After joining the Senior Tour (now the Champions Tour) in 1990, he surpassed his PGA totals, winning 29 tournaments. Also a member of seven Ryder Cup teams (and Captain of the U.S. Ryder Cup team in 1985), Trevino was inducted into the PGA's World Golf Hall of Fame in 1981. TOM WEISKOPF, born in 1942, won 16 PGA Tour events between 1968 and 1982, including the British Open in 1973, his best year. That season he won five titles in eight weeks, scored in the 60s on half of his forty rounds, and was named Player of the Year. Weiskopf later won several senior tour events, including the U.S. Senior Open (1996). He has also designed a number of golf courses. Most golfers remember GAY BREWER (1932-2007) for earning the green jacket at the 1967 Masters. He lost the 1966 Masters in a three-way, 18-hole shootout with Jack Nicklaus and Tommy Jacobs before coming back to win it the next year. But the pros remember him for two things: his "loopy" swing, caused by a broken elbow that he suffered at age 7, and his jovial personality. Both contributed to a book that he wrote in 1968: Gay Brewer Shows You How to Score Better Than You Swing. Brewer started out as a caddy at age 10 and won his first PGA Tour match in 1961. He had 11 other top 10 finishes in the majors. In June 2007, just before his death, Picadome Golf Course near his home in Lexington, Kentucky was renamed The Gay Brewer Jr. Course at Picadome. DAN SIKES (1929-1987) was an American golfer. Some know him better as the "golfing lawyer", due to his law degree from the University of Florida, although he never practiced law. He won the 1958 U. S. Amateur Public Links championship while in law school and, after turning pro in 1960, won a total of nine times: six times on the PGA tour and three on the senior PGA tour. He also played on the 1969 Ryder Cup team. Lightly toned and creased. Light dents on right edge. Random ink stains. Folded once and unfolded. Otherwise, fine condition.

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