Jack Nicklaus - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Jack Nicklaus - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Jack William Nicklaus; Nicklaus; Jack nickalus; The golden bear; Nicklaus Golf Equipment; The Golden Bear; Golden Bear golfer
  • Nicklaus walks up to his ball on the 9th hole of the par-3 course at Augusta National Golf Club during the 2006 par-3 contest.
  • Congressional Gold Medal

Jack Nicklaus         
n. Jack Nicklaus (1940 geboren), bekannter amerikanischer Golfspieler
Jack and Jill         
  • Musical setting by Charles Burney (1777)
  • From ''Mother Goose's Melody'' (1791 edition)
  • The plaque erected in 2000 at [[Kilmersdon]] to commemorate the village's association with the rhyme
Jack & Jill; Jack and jill; Jack and Jill (nursery rhyme); Jack&Jill; Jack and Jill (song); Jack & Jill(film); Jack & Jill (film); Jack And Jill; Jack and Jill (film); Jack and Gill
Hans und Gretel (einfacher Mann und einfache Frau)
Jack London         
  • [[Bookplate]] used by Jack London
  • Bessie Maddern London and daughters, Joan and Becky
  • London ''(right)'' at the [[Bohemian Grove]] with his friends [[Porter Garnett]] and [[George Sterling]]; a painting parodies his story ''[[The White Silence]]''
  • London's 1903 story "The Shadow and the Flash" was reprinted in the June 1948 issue of ''[[Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]''
  • ''The Scarlet Plague'' was reprinted in the February 1949 issue of ''[[Famous Fantastic Mysteries]]''
  • Heinold's First and Last Chance, "Jack London's Rendezvous"
  • London writing, 1905
  • London in his office, 1916
  • Jack London lake
  • Jack London studying at Heinold's First and Last Chance in 1886
  • London at the age of nine with his dog Rollo, 1885
  • Jack with daughters Becky (left) and Joan (right)
  • Jack London (date unknown)
  • Grave of Jack and Charmian London
  • Jeffries (left) vs. Johnson, 1910
  • Jack and Charmian London (c. 1915) at [[Waikiki]]
  • Carmel]], California
  • Miners and prospectors ascend the Chilkoot Trail during the [[Klondike Gold Rush]]
  • London in 1914
  • The ''Snark'' in Australia, 1921
  • First edition (1902)
John Griffith Chaney; John Griffith London; Jack london; Love of Life (story); Jack London's; Jack london biography; “To the Man on Trail”; Blaine Winchester; Útek zo zlatej krajiny; London, Jack; London, Jack, 1876-1916; Koolau the Leper; The Strength of the Strong; War of the Classes; Flush of Gold
n. Jack London (US-Autor)


·noun ·see Jack-with-a-lantern, under 2d Jack.


Jack Nicklaus

Jack William Nicklaus (born January 21, 1940), nicknamed The Golden Bear, is a retired American professional golfer and golf course designer. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest golfers of all time. He won 117 professional tournaments in his career. Over a quarter-century, he won a record 18 major championships, three more than second-placed Tiger Woods. Nicklaus focused on the major championships—the Masters Tournament, U.S. Open, Open Championship and PGA Championship—and played a selective schedule of regular PGA Tour events. He competed in 164 major tournaments, more than any other player, and finished with 73 PGA Tour victories, third behind Sam Snead (82) and Woods (82).

Nicklaus won the U.S. Amateur in 1959 and 1961 and finished second in the 1960 U.S. Open, two shots behind Arnold Palmer. Nicklaus turned professional at age 21 toward the end of 1961. He earned his first professional victory at the 1962 U.S. Open, defeating Palmer by three shots in a next-day 18-hole playoff and launching a rivalry between golf superstars. In 1966, Nicklaus became the first player to win the Masters Tournament two years running; he also won The Open Championship, becoming at age 26 the youngest player to win all four golf majors. He won another Open Championship in 1970.

Between 1971 and 1980, he won nine more major championships, overtook Bobby Jones's record of 13 majors, and became the first player to complete double and triple career grand slams. He won the 1986 Masters, his 18th and final major championship at age 46, the tournament's oldest winner. Nicklaus joined the Senior PGA Tour (now known as the PGA Tour Champions) when he became eligible in January 1990, and by April 1996 had won 10 tournaments, including eight major championships despite playing a very limited schedule. He continued to play at least some of the four regular Tour majors until 2005 when he made his final appearances at the Masters Tournament and The Open Championship.

Today, Nicklaus heads Nicklaus Design, one of the world's largest golf course design and construction companies. Nicklaus runs an event on the PGA Tour, the Memorial Tournament, named after the annual honoring it bestows to individuals associated with the game of golf.

Nicklaus's books vary from instructional to autobiographical, with his Golf My Way considered one of the best instructional golf books of all time; the video of the same name is the best-selling golf instructional to date.

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