Murray Irwin “Moe” Norman was a Canadian professional golfer. His accuracy and ability to hit shot after shot perfectly straight gave him the nickname “Pipeline Moe”.
|Full name:||Murray Irwin Norman|
|Born:||July 10, 1929, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada|
|Died:||September 4, 2004, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada|
|Former tour(s):||Canadian Tour|
|Masters Tournament:||CUT: 1957|
|The Open Championship:||DNP|
|Canadian Golf Hall of Fame:||1995|
|Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame:||2006|
About Moe Norman
Golfer widely considered one of the best Canadian golfers of his era. Among his many accomplishments are seven consecutive Canadian PGA Seniors’ Championship titles between 1979-1985.
He was a caddy before winning the Canadian Amateur Championship in 1955 and 1956.
He has been inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame as well as Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. He was known as “Pipline Moe” for his incredibly straight shot.
His sister was a nun. He was born to parents Mary and Irwin.
His skills were publicly praised by fellow golfers like Sam Snead.
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