American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sarazen, Gene 1902-1999. American golfer who won the Masters, the British Open, two U.S. Opens, and three PGA championships between 1922 and 1935.
- n. United States golfer who was first to win all four major golf tournaments (1902-1999)
“Now Sarazen is dead, Nelson said last year was it for him.”
“Even if Gene Sarazen is only there now in name and memories, Casper still has his good friend Gay Brewer, the '67 Masters champion, to join him for a practice round.”
“However, in that same year, 1923, the PGA Champion and the winner of the most important golf tournament, the US Open, was Gene Sarazen.”
“In 1955, Palmer played with Gene Sarazen, the 1935 winner, in his first competitive round at the Masters.”
“If Glover were to close out this year's majors with a victory Sunday he'd join Woods (2000), Jack Nicklaus (1980), Ben Hogan (1948) and Gene Sarazen (1922) as the only golfers to win the U.S.”
“The shot essentially put him in a playoff with Craig Wood, which Sarazen won.”
“I personally don't want to see a survivor don the coveted green jacket in the Georgia twilight on Sunday -- I want to see the guy who put the pedal to the metal down the stretch and extended the legacy of Masters heroics as practiced by Sarazen, Palmer, Nicklaus, Woods and Mickelson.”
“Palmer said there were years that even he watched, especially to see Gene Sarazen, who was in Palmer's group when he played his first Masters in 1955.”
“Honest man, I have often heard it reported by many, that thou art very skilfull, and in cases concerning God, thou goest beyond all other of these times: wherefore, I would gladly bee informed by thee, which of those three Lawes or Religions, thou takest to be truest; that of the Jew, the other of the Sarazen, or that of the”
“Nicklaus tapes, Ernie Els, who took triple-bogey dips at No. 13, and the 2000 champ, Singh, whose splashdown at the same hole was a Gene Sarazen double eagle when measured against his wet-and-wild, quadruple-bogey 9 at No. 15.”
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