Wally Sezna

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This Wilmington restaurateur consorted a distinguished career as an amateur senior golfer, topped by his winning the International Seniors in 1972 with a record score of 281. He was a two -time
medallist in the U. S. Seniors, seven-time Eastern champion, and 1973 Southern and Mexico champion. As a member of the U.S. team that twice won the world title, he made the eagle on the final hole
that enabled the team to defeat Australia by one stroke. He was the only player to share the National Father-Son Championship with two sons–four times with Davis, once with Ron. He was ranked among
the 10 top U.S. Seniors five times by Golf Digest, including a No. five ranking in the World at the time of his death. Died Aug. 2, 1966, age 66.



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