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Lee Trevino, Midnight Room 170, Holiday Inn, Pensacola, Fla.
Away from the course you find a Super Mex you never knew: a loner, a man apart—by his own choice—from golf's other stars
Just The Two Of Us Making up for a lifetime apart, Lee and Tony Trevino enjoyed some long overdue quality time at the Father/Son Challenge
In the Bahamas, only the waves--rising, curling, crashing--are more consistent and more predictable than Lee Trevino's controlled fades.
Lee Trevino, Fleas and all
A succession of high finishes, including two tour victories this year, has thrust the 1968 U.S. Open champion into the game's top rank
Lee Trevino was cranky when he made the turn Sunday in the final round of the PGA Seniors' Championship in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Thumbs up to Lee Trevino, who after a year-long absence from the Senior PGA Tour leader board, is back on top. His two-stroke victory over ...
EYES RIGHT...BUT WRONG
What Lee Trevino really did, when he won the Open championship last Sunday, however, was shoot more life into the game of golf than it has had since Arnold ...
HE LEFT THEM LAUGHING
Cracking jokes as he went, Lee Trevino won the PGA title, even forcing a smile from old rival Jack Nicklaus, the man he beat.
Down Memory Lane
At the Tradition, where Lee Trevino beat Jack Nicklaus by one stroke, the recollections were fond—and sometimes faulty
IT'S NIFTY BEING 50
Lee Trevino, joining the rich Senior tour, says the best is yet to come.