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On this edition of the Secret in the Dirt Podcast, the guys recap how their Wells Fargo Championship picks are doing, and bring TO in for a little bit of golf instruction talk related to Sam Snead
Sam Snead, known as "Slammin Sammy" to many, is highly regarded as one of the greatest golfers in history. During his career, he had a record 82 PGA Tour victories, 7 Major wins, three money titles, four Vardon trophies, and a spot in the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Snead turned pro in 1934 after working as an assistant pro at the Homestead Golf Club. In 1936, His first victories were close to home, at the West Virginia Closed Pro and the West Virginia Open. Over his career, Snead's wins at the West Virginia Open would come to total 17, and spanned 5 decades.