Aaron, Thomas Dean "Tommy"

Born: Feb 22, 1937 AD
Currently alive, at 78 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Golf Player

1937 - Born on the 22nd of February in Gainesville, Georgia.

1949 - He began playing golf at age 12.

1973 - He became a Professional Golfer.
1950 - He won two Georgia State Amateur titles, two Southeastern Amateur events and two Georgia Open

1959 - He attended the University of Florida.

          - He was was a member of the United States Walker Cup team.

1960 - He won the Western Amateur.

1969 - His first professional victory came at the Canadian Open.
         - He played for the U.S. in the Ryder Cup.

 1972 - He gained his first PGA Tour victory at the Atlanta Classic.

         - He won the Trophee Lancome in France.

1973- He won The Masters Tournament which was his one major championship.

1980- He played on the Senior Professional Golfers Association.

1992- He completed his career tally of five professional tournament victories.

2000- He made the cut at The Masters at the age of 63, breaking a record previously held by Gary Player.
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