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The Byron Nelson: Championship Philosophy, Timeless Excellence
Date:5/22/2009

LAS COLINAS, Texas, May 22 /PRNewswire/ -- One very famous Texan, the late Byron Nelson, is considered one of the greatest golfers ever to play the game. With his unprecedented, still-unbroken record of 11 consecutive tournament wins (18 overall that same year) and 52 victories over the span of his short 15-year professional career ending in 1945, his standing as a sports hall-of-famer is set.

Byron Nelson strove for excellence not only in sport, but in every aspect of life. The original gentleman golfer, 'Lord' Byron as he was often referred, carried himself with quiet dignity and with unwavering determination until his passing in 2006 at age 94. He was a fierce but disciplined competitor, and a mentor--Byron Nelson's books on golf technique have instructed countless thousands of student and pro golfers alike. His influence continues to touch every aspect of the sport as it is now played. Golf sports legend Arnold Palmer, a recipient of the Byron Nelson Prize for lifetime golf achievement, recently shared that throughout his life, Byron Nelson has been one of the people that Palmer has most respected, who has profoundly influenced him. Tiger Woods referred to Byron Nelson as, "the greatest ambassador golf has ever known".

Texas cosmetic surgeon and physician Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D., F.A.C.S. and wife Barbara Adelglass, L.E., of SKINTASTIC Medical and Surgical Rejuvenation Center in North Dallas/Plano, Texas are thrilled to sponsor the 2009 Byron Nelson Tournament. After deciding to become a tournament sponsor, Dr. Adelglass wanted to learn a little more about Byron Nelson--the man. "As I read his personal quotes and saw how he conducted his life, I realized that Byron Nelson's philosophy and the Skintastic philosophy are very similar. A constant theme that seems to resonate throughout Byron Nelson's life, sports career and legacy is the idea
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