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Julius Boros


World Golfing Hall of Popularity member who all achieved a lot of his 18 PGA Tour victories good into his 40s. He performed baseball in university and played over the amateur aspect of golfing for near ten years before turning pro. He previously an ideal record in the Ryder Glass Foursomes– five wins, two ties, no loss. His son, Man Boros, also gained a PGA tour, in 1998. He gained his second U.S. Open up at age 43, defeating Arnold Palmer and another participant within an 18-gap playoff.

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Full Name Julius Boros
Date Of Birth March 3, 1920
Died May 28, 1994, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Place Of Birth Connecticut
Height 1.83 m
Weight 98 kg
Profession Golfer
Nationality American
Star Sign Pisces

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1 He won the US Open twice, in 1952 and 1963. He also won the PGA Championship in 1968 at the age of 48, and he is still the oldest winner of a major championship.
2 Inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame, 1982.
3 Professional golfer.



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