PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award
Created in 1996, the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award honors individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the PGA Tour over an extended period of time through their actions on and off the golf course.
As of 2016, there have been eleven recipients of the award:
|2014||Jack Vickers||United States|
|2012||Gary Player||South Africa|
|2009||George H. W. Bush||United States|
|2008||Jack Nicklaus||United States|
|2007||Deane Beman||United States|
|2005||Pete Dye||United States|
|2003||Jack Burke, Jr.||United States|
|1998||Arnold Palmer||United States|
|1998||Sam Snead||United States|
|1997||Byron Nelson||United States|
|1996||Gene Sarazen||United States|
- Player receives PGA Tour's Lifetime Achievement Award Archived 2012-03-31 at the Wayback Machine.