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Ricky Martin - Tours
... Ricky Martin Tour (1992) Me Amaras Tour (1993–1994) A Medio Vivir Tour (1995–1997) Vuelve World Tour (1998) Livin' la Vida Loca Tour (1999–2000) One Night Only with Ricky Martin (2005 ...
Steve Marino - PGA Tour
... season of 2007, Marino finished 80th on the PGA Tour money list and retained his tour card for 2008, with winnings exceeding $1,100,000 ... In 2008, Marino finished 34th on the PGA Tour money list, earning over $2,000,000, and retained his tour card for 2009 ... He finished the 2009 season 35th on the PGA Tour money list ...
List Of Career Achievements By Jack Nicklaus - Awards
... Magazine, Golf Monthly Magazine, Golfweek, Golf Web, GolfWorld, International Association of Golf Tour Operators, PGA, Today's Golfer ... Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient in 2005 Inducted into the PGA Golf Professional Hall of Fame in the class of 2006. 1962 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year 1964 PGA Tour Money Winner PGA Tour Scoring Average Leader 1965 PGA Tour Money Winner PGA Tour Scoring Average Leader 1967 PGA Player of ...
... West Frisian Âlvestêdetocht, English Eleven cities tour), at almost 200 kilometres (120 mi), is a speed skating match (with 200 contestants) and a leisure skating tour (with ... When the ice is suitable the tour is announced, and starts within 48 hours ...
Jack Nicklaus - PGA Tour Career - Continued Excellence: 1964–1967
... Despite winning no majors in 1964 (he had three runner-up finishes), Nicklaus led the PGA Tour money list for the first time in his career by a slim margin of $81.13 over Palmer ... Nicklaus also set a record for the lowest final round score in the PGA Championship with a 64 (since broken by Brad Faxon in 1995 with a 63), but fell three shots short of ... Nicklaus led the PGA Tour money list again in 1965 by a healthy margin over Tony Lema ...

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