Notable as a professional golfer, Tom Kite has gained prestige as he spent an outstanding 175 weeks in the Official World Golf Rankings’ top 10, beginning 1989 to 1994. But before claiming this tremendous success, he’s started playing golf at six, and nabbed his first tournament victory by the time he was 11. As we’re positive that you’ve been enchanted with Kite’s talent, you should honor him by shopping our lovely Tom Kite autographed balls
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Moreover, Kite has bagged 19 PGA Tour wins, particularly the 1992 U.S. Open held at Pebble Beach. Additionally, he’s a team player as proven with his association in seven Ryder Cup squads in between 1979 and 1993. In 1997, instead of serving as a player, he’s assumed the role of captain. If you’ve been deeply inspired with your admired idol’s impressive participations in various tournaments, you should give him enormous credit by getting a hold of our affordable and magnificent Tom Kite photos.
Kite is also distinguished for the awards and citations he’s gained. In 1989, he has been dubbed as the PGA of America Player of the Year. In attaining such, he’s joined followed past honoree Ben Hogan
. Two years later, he has been acknowledged as the Golf Writers Association Player of the Year. In 1980 and 1981, he’s also emerged as the Vardon Trophy winner. Back in the 1970s, he’s been conferred with the Bob Jones Award and was named once as the Golf Digest Rookie of the Year.
Currently, Kite is competing the over 50s Champions Tour. So far, he’s seized nine wins, more notably one senior major, the Countrywide Tradition. To top it all, he’s been inducted into the elite World Golf Hall of Fame in 2004.