Thomas Daniel Weiskopf was an American professional golfer who played on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour. His most successful decade was the 1970s. He won 16 PGA Tour titles between 1968 and 1982, including the 1973 Open Championship.
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Tom Weiskopf, Designed Golf courses, Health, Wife
Designed Golf courses:
15. CDA National Reserve (formally Rock Creek) 6.59
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho ( Tom Weiskopf )
14. Frost Creek 6.64
13. Snake River Sporting Club 6.65
12. Dunes at Shenzhou Peninsula (West) 6.7
11. Forest Dunes (Forest Dunes) 6.73
10. Spanish Peaks Mountain Club 6.79
Big Sky, Mont.
9. Kukui’ula 6.79
8. Dunes at Shenzhou Peninsula (East) 6.85
7. Castiglion Del Bosco 6.88
6. Lahontan 6.94
5. Forest Highlands (Canyon) 7.02
Flagstaff, Ariz. (built with Jay Morrish)
4. Yellowstone Club 7.05
Big Sky, Mont.
3. The Rim 7.08
2. Double Eagle 7.24
Galena, Ohio (built with Jay Morrish)
1. Loch Lomond 7.64
Dunbartonshire, Scotland (built with Jay Morrish)
In 2020, Tom Weiskopf received a pancreatic cancer diagnosis. The doctor acted right away after learning that Tom had pancreatic cancer.
In November, Tom developed excruciating stomach ache. A tumour on the athlete’s pancreas was later discovered by a CT scan at a hospital in Montana.
The wife of American professional golfer Tom Weskov is Laurie Weskov. Her husband, Thomas Daniel (Tom) Weiskoff, died at the age of 79. In December 2020, Tom was diagnosed with cancer and began his treatment.
The 16-time PGA Tour champion suffered severe abdominal pain in November and a CT scan at a Montana hospital found a pancreatic tumor.
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