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Today we remember Payne Stewart, the three-time major champ who would have turned 57 on January 30, 2014. Stewart's name recalls his epic fist pump and embrace with a young Phil Mickelson after winning the 1999 U.S. Open. And his classic attire of knickers and tam-o-shanter cap. And his graceful golf swing. But most importantly, how love and exuberance for the game of golf was displayed every time on the course. Stewart died in an airplane crash 14 years ago.
Payne Stewart would've been 56 years old today. We miss you, Payne. @usopengolf pic.twitter.com/c1ZiiCSVK3PHOTOS: Payne Stewart's Career in Photos
— Pinehurst Resort (@PinehurstResort) January 30, 2014
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