Ben Crenshaw

Ben Crenshaw

Legendary Golf Champion
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Corporate Golf Outings and Speaking Engagements
In his speaking engagements, Ben tells audiences the story of how he was introduced to golf by Harvey Penick, and his days of growing up in Austin under the watchful eyes of Penick and Darrell Royal. He relays his experiences on the PGA Tour including winning the 1984 and 1995 Masters, and shares his leadership experience in his captaining the victorious US team at the 1999 Ryder Cup in Brookline. The talk also focuses on the future of golf and related technology.

Why Book Ben Crenshaw?

  • As one of the best players to ever take to the links, Ben, also known by his nickname “Gentle Ben,” remains a top figure in the golfing world.

  • His charisma, talent, leadership, poise and grace under pressure have made him a favorite as he speaks on strategies for success.

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    Ben Crenshaw's respect and love for the game of golf captivated the world. From his first win on tour to his most recent triumph as captain of the United States Ryder Cup Team, Ben inspires people and is considered one of the most popular and talented players on the PGA Tour.

    Ben Crenshaw captured 19 PGA tour wins and four international titles. Included in his wins are two memorable Masters championships in 1984 and 1995.

    After achieving success in his chosen field of professional golf, Ben Crenshaw has branched into exciting roles. Aside from taking on the role as captain of the victorious Ryder Cup Team, a two year commitment, Ben has continued to build the reputation of his architecture firm, Coore & Crenshaw. Along with his partner Bill Coore, Ben has received recognition for courses such as The Sand Hills in Mullen, Nebraska; The Plantation Course at Kapalua, Hawaii; The Warren Course at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. Ben made the transition to entrepreneur, serving as the President of Crenshaw Golf, a Dallas firm in the golf course management field.

    But golf will always be Ben Crenshaw's true love. He is determined to play the "back nine" Senior Tour with equal resolve.

    Ben released his memoirs in April 2000. The book is called A Feel for the Game, To Brookline and Back.

    Career Highlights:

  • Captained the victorious 1999 U.S. Ryder Cup Team
  • 4-time member of the U.S. Ryder Cup Team
  • 1984 and 1995 Masters Champion
  • 19 PGA Tour victories
  • Received the highest honor the United States Golf Association bestows as the recipient of the 1999 Bob Jones Award
  • 29 year Tour veteran
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