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    • After a winless year in 1992, Nicklaus came back to win the U.S. Senior Open for the second time in 1993 by one shot over Tom Weiskopf.Jack Nicklaus-Wikipedia
    • In 1975, Nicklaus won by one stroke in a close contest with Tom Weiskopf and Johnny Miller in one of the most exciting Masters to date.Masters Tournament-Wikipedia
    • The course was officially dedicated on Memorial Day, May 27, 1974, with an exhibition match between Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf.Jack Nicklaus-Wikipedia
    • The Ocean course was altered several times over the years, and following heavy storm damage in 1996 was completely redesigned by Tom Weiskopf and reopened in 2000.Olympic Club-Wikipedia
    • The money was the same as in 1962, except that third place received $7,500, claimed by Tom Weiskopf.NEC World Series of Golf-Wikipedia
    • Cook was offered a scholarship to Ohio State University in Columbus, and was personally advised to accept by Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf.John Cook (golfer)-Wikipedia

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