Nichols, Bobby - Autographed Golf Ball
Born: April 14, 1936 in Louisville KY.
The 1964 PGA Championship was played at the Columbus Country Club in Columbus, Ohio. Bobby Nichols defeated Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus by 3 shots for a four-day total of 271. This was a record low score for the PGA Championship which stood for 30 years until it was broken by Nick Price in 1994. Nichols was the first wire-to-wire winner since the PGA Championship switched format from match play to stroke play. He came close to winning a second major in 1967 at The Masters finishing second to his life-long friend, Gay Brewer.
Nichols recorded 11 PGA Tour victories and he was a member of the 1967 Ryder Cup team.
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