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Archer, George William

Born: 1939 AD
Died: 2005 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Golf Player

1939 – Born in San Francisco, California on the 1st of October.

1964 – He turned professional and claimed the first of 12 victories on the PGA Tour at the Lucky International Open the following year.

1968 – The PGA Championship, where he took 4th place.

1969 – His other top ten finishes in the majors came at the U.S. Open, where he came 10th.

1975 – Archer was hampered by injuries throughout his career and has had surgery on his left wrist.

1980 – Archer is considered one of the game’s all-time great putters, and at one time held the PGA Tour record for fewest putts over four rounds with 95 putts at the Sea Pines Heritage Classic.

1989 – He won nineteen times on the Senior Tour.

2000 – He did not win a senior major.

2005 – Died on the 25th of September in Incline Village, Nevada at the age of 65.