Ben Daniel Crenshaw is an American golfer. Crenshaw is widely regarded as one of the best putters in golf history.
Crenshaw became a professional golfer in 1973 and won his first event in his rookie season on the PGA Tour. In 1984, went on to win The Masters, one of golf’s four major championships. In the mid-1980s, he suffered from Graves’ disease, a disease of the thyroid, but continued to accumulate victories, finishing with 19 wins on the PGA Tour, including a second Masters in 1995. Crenshaw also won several further professional events outside the PGA Tour, including individual and team titles in the World Cup of Golf in 1988. Since 1986, Crenshaw has been a partner with Bill Coore in Coore & Crenshaw, a golf course design firm.
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