Who is Jack Newton? Jack Newton passed away at the age of 72

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Jack Newton was born on 30 January 1950.jack Newton was an Australian professional golfer.

jack Newton sporting nationality Australia.

“I always felt that if I came into a major with some good form, then I could be dangerous,” Newton said of his career. “That’s the way I played golf. Once I got my tail up I wasn’t afraid of anybody.”

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Jack Newton cause of died

Though it was cut short in the year 1983 when he lost his right arm and eye after a terrible accident engaging an airplane propeller. Newton was awarded an Order of Australia for his services to golf in the year 2007. He had been fighting the disease Alzheimer’s since he was first diagnosed in the month of July 2020. His family issued a statement earlier this morning asserting the sad news.

Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation, sports commentary, raising significant funds for many charities, golf course design, most notably, diabetes.

“His passion for sport and contributing to future generations of golfers and the community of Australia

the character of our father, proud brother, beloved husband, adoring grandfather,

In this death-dealing accident, he lost his right arm and eye and sustained severe abdominal injuries. After surviving the accident, the doctor fave him 50-50 chance of surviving. He spent several days in a coma and also in intensive care for many weeks. He tied a knot with Jackie in 1974 and the couple had two children, Kristie and Clint. Clint is known as a rugby player and Kristie is a professional golf player.

Jackson Newton has died overnight due to health complications, at the age of 72.

“He fought back from tremendous adversity as only he could, and chose to selflessly invest his time, energy, and effort towards giving back to the community through his Jack Newton Junior Golf Foundation, sports commentary, golf course design, and raising significant funds for several charities, most notably, diabetes.

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