In November 2006, with a record of 230 tournament wins, Roberto de Vicenzo retired from golf. Included in these wins are six on the PGA Tour and the 1967 British Open. He won the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf twice, the inaugural US Senior Open in 1980, and the 1974 PGA Seniors’ Championship. There was also a Roberto de Vicenzo appearance representing Argentina 17 times in the Canada Cup/World Cup, where he led Argentina to victory in 1953.
In 1989, de Vicenzo was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. He retired at age 83.
Roberto de Vicenzo Speaker
The perfect Robert de Vicenzo speaker topic is his excellent display of sportsmanship in any golf match he played. In fact, after losing the 1968 masters because of a scoring error he’d overlooked, instead of blaming anyone else, he famously and graciously responded: “What a stupid I am!”
Roberto de Vicenzo Appearance
Any Roberto de Vicenzo appearance is not complete without the story of his famous Masters loss or, on the brighter side, his impressive British Open victory.
Roberto de Vicenzo Endorsement
As one of the oldest golfers in the world, a Roberto de Vicenzo endorsement reaches the ever-growing senior demographic, and Vicenzo represents a senior who, despite his age, remains active and passionate.
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