Ben Hogan Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Golfer Ben Hogan including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Ben Hogan
Real Name Ben Hogan
Profession Golfers
Nick Name The Hawk, Bantam Ben, The Wee Iceman
Nationality American
Personal life of Ben Hogan
Born on 13 August 1912
Birthday 13th August
Died At Age 84
Sun Sign Leo
Born in Texas
Died on 25 July 1997
Place of death Fort Worth
Family Background of Ben Hogan
Father Chester Hogan
Mother Clara Williams Hogan
Siblings Royal
Spouses/Partners Valerie Fox (1911-1999), (m. 1935)
Education University of Oregon
Founder/Co-Founder Ben Hogan Golf Company
Awards 1974 – World Golf Hall of Fame

1940 – PGA Tour leading money winner

1941 – PGA Tour leading money winner

1942 – PGA Tour leading money winner

1946 – PGA Tour leading money winner

1948 – PGA Tour leading money winner

1948 – PGA Player of the Year

1950 – PGA Player of the Year

1951 – PGA Player of the Year

1953 – PGA Player of the Year

1940 – Vardon Trophy

1941 – Vardon Trophy

1948 – Vardon Trophy

1953 – Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year

1953 – Hickok Belt as the top professional athlete of the year

1976 – Bob Jones Award

Personal Fact of  Ben Hogan

Ben Hogan was an iconic golf player and is often named along with other big guns in the world of golf including, Tiger Woods, Walter Hagen and Jack Nicklaus. He is believed to be one of the greatest players in the history of the game and is remembered for his golf swing theory and his ball-striking skills. During the course of his career, he authored a golf tutorial, Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf, which is still extensively read by budding golfers and professionals.

A sturdy perfectionist, he was a man with an iron-will whose influence on the sport was reflective and his legacy was across-the-board. At the apex of his golf career, he won nine major championships two Masters, one British Open, four United States Opens and two P.G.A. championships – being one of the five golfers to have ever done so in the history of golf.

Despite a major accident that almost took his life, his comeback was a heroic one, with all his fans reveling with joy over his return. He was the proud recipient of a number of distinctions and honors and was known for his superb golf course management skills that could put even his severest opponents into an acquiescent zone.

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