1 / 10
Sam Snead won his eighth and final Greater Greensboro Open, blitzing a trio of runners-up by five shots. At 52 years, 10 months and eight days old, Snead set the PGA Tour record for oldest winner. It was his 82nd and final PGA Tour win. Both records still stand.
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Tournament organizers invited Charlie Sifford, who grew up caddying in Charlotte, to play, marking the first time an African-American golfer was permitted to play in a PGA-sponsored event in the South. Sifford led the first round and wound up finishing fourth.
3 / 10
Playing in his first event in the United States, Seve Ballesteros of Spain defeated Jack Renner and Fuzzy Zoeller by one shot to become – at 20 years and 11 months – the youngest winner in Greensboro tournament history. Ballesteros went on to win nine times on the PGA Tour and 50 on the European Tour, including five majors.
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North Carolina native Davis Love III roared back from a three-stroke deficit entering the final round to win by a half-dozen strokes. Love closed with a course-record 62 that included two hole-out eagles.
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In the first Greater Greensboro Open, Sam Snead scored the first of his eight victories in the event, defeating Johnny Revolta by five strokes.
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After recording his first individual win in the North-South Open at Pinehurst, Ben Hogan smoked the field in Greensboro by nine shots in a tournament delayed three days by snow. The following week Hogan won his third event in a row, at Asheville, N.C.
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After winning at Greensboro for the seventh time, Sam Snead only half-jokingly suggested that course owner Edward Benjamin plow some money into fixing up the Starmount Forest Country Club course. Benjamin didn’t appreciate the remark and banned Snead from Starmount for life. The tournament had historically alternated between Sedgefield Country Club and Starmount Forest, but 1960 proved to be the end of the line for Starmount Forest hosting the event.
8 / 10
Coming out of Georgia Tech, Ollie Schniederjans had the kind of resume that screamed "winner." Three-time All-American, former No. 1-ranked amateur. His rookie year on the PGA Tour was
similarly promising, with four top-10s going into the Wyndham Championship. There in North Carolina, Schniederjans really established himself as a player to watch, dueling veteran
Henrik Stenson right down to the wire before falling by a single stroke.
9 / 10
Sam Byrd, a former major-league baseball player who had frequently pinch-run for Babe Ruth in the latter years of Ruth’s career, became the first (and still only) major-leaguer to win a PGA Tour event. Byrd went on to win a total of six Tour events.
10 / 10
With a one-shot margin over David Toms, Arjun Atwal scored his first PGA Tour win, became the first Indian-born player to win on the PGA Tour and became the first Monday qualifier to win in 24 years. It was also the first time fans were allowed to use cellphones at a PGA Tour event.
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
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A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.