Peter Thomson, 88, died this week and took common sense with him, Golf Digest's Chairman and Editor-in-Chief writes.
Peter Thomson was a complex man - an accomplished player, course architect, writer and elder statesman - who preferred a simple approach to playing golf.
Tributes have begun pouring in from around the world after the passing of five-times Open Championship winner and Australian golf legend Peter Thomson who died on Wednesday. He was 88.
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Simple, well-fitting clothes and attention to detail are hallmarks of men with great style. Peter Thomson could walk onto any course in any decade in the past 65 years and would not raise an eyebrow.
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