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Bob Rosburg Fast Facts
Birthday ***, 1926
Place of Birth California
Death day May 14, 2009 (82 years old)
Zodiac Sign Libra
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Bob Rosburg

Robert Reginald "Rossie" Rosburg is an American professional golfer who later became a sports color analyst for ABC television.

Full name Robert Reginald Rosburg
Nickname Rossie
Born October 21, 1926, San Francisco, California
Died May 14, 2009, Palm Springs, California
Spouse Eleanor
Children Robert, Deborah, Bruce
College Stanford University
Turned professional 1953
Former tour(s) PGA Tour
Professional wins 10
PGA Tour 6
Masters Tournament T4: 1955
U.S. Open 2nd/T2: 1959, 1969
The Open Championship DNP
PGA Championship Won: 1959
Vardon Trophy 1958

About Bob Rosburg

Late golfer who won the PGA Championship in 1959 and was twice the runner-up at the U.S. Open. He later became a respected broadcaster for more than 30 years, becoming the longest serving television golf announcer ever.

Bob Rosburg before fame

He was a great baseball player at the University of Stanford and nearly pursued a professional baseball career.

Achievement of Bob Rosburg

He played against and defeated Hall of Fame baseball player Ty Cobb in the Olympic Club Championship at age 12.

Bob Rosburg family life

He has children named Robert, Deborah and Bruce.

Associations of Bob Rosburg

He defeated Doug Sanders, who finished as runner-up, at the 1959 PGA Championship.

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  • Male golfers at Stanford Cardinal
  • Ryder Cup's competitors for the United States
  • Big men's golf championship winner
  • California golfer
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  • San Francisco athlete

Latest information about Bob Rosburg updated on June 16 2021.

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