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  • Lanny Wadkins offered to be the player that American captain Tom Watson placed in the envelope, and their match was recorded as halved.Ryder Cup-Wikipedia
  • On 3 October 2006, it was announced that Faldo had signed a contract with CBS to replace Lanny Wadkins as the network's lead golf analyst.Nick Faldo-Wikipedia
  • In 1987, he finished tied with Lanny Wadkins after the regulation 72 holes of PGA Championship, and won the title with a par at the first playoff hole.Larry Nelson-Wikipedia
  • He opened with a course record 61, continued with aggregate course and tournament records after every round and finished with an 18-under 262 total, 12 strokes ahead of second placed Lanny Wadkins.José María Olazábal-Wikipedia
  • In 1985 he claimed four points out of five for the team which captured the trophy from the United States for the first time since 1957, defeating Lanny Wadkins 3 & 1 in singles.Manuel Piñero-Wikipedia
  • In addition to his U.S. Open victory, he had one second-place finish in each of the three U.S. majors, losing playoffs to Billy Casper at the 1970 Masters and to Lanny Wadkins at the 1977 PGA Championship.Gene Littler-Wikipedia

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