Adam Trevino – American Real Estate Professional
Adam Trevino is an American real estate professional who works for Real Broker LLC. He specializes in both residential and commercial real estate; in addition, his golfing career is notable.
He enjoys watching funny movies and teasing his family and friends, riding four-wheelers, and playing video games.
Early Life and Education
Lee Trevino was born December 1, 1939. As a professional golfer he has amassed six major championships and 29 PGA tour events to his credit during his career. Additionally he is known as an outstanding family man; married to Claudia Trevio with whom they share two children together and standing 5 feet 7 inches.
Charity work has long been part of his life story and he is well known for donating time and money to many worthy causes and foundations. He is also considered an icon among players looking for success – earning immense respect from both fans and one of the greatest sportsmen of all time.
After an impressive military career, Trevino turned his focus towards golf. He went on to win 29 times on the PGA TOUR – including six majors. In 1981 he was honored with induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
He is well-renowned for his philanthropy, giving generously to numerous charities including St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. Additionally, he holds various business interests including Vacasa Real Estate Management Company as an owner.
He is married to Claudia Trevino and they share three children together: Tony, Lesley and Troy. His first marriage, to Linda Trevino, ended in divorce. At 5 feet 7 inches in height he enjoys playing golf both casually with family and friends and often as charity events.
Achievement and Honors
Trevino won 29 times on the PGA Tour and six major championships. Additionally, he represented his home nation four times at Ryder Cup matches; now an honoree of World Golf Hall of Fame.
He is an attentive father and husband with three children – Richard, Tony and Lesley. Additionally, Olivia is his granddaughter.
He enjoys watching funny movies, hunting for game, riding his four-wheeler and tease his family. With an open heart and generous spirit, he goes above and beyond to help others. He has been an inspiration to many and serves as an exemplary role model to young children. Furthermore, he’s an avid Dallas Cowboys fan; playing basketball and being passionate about music are other passions of his.
After suffering injuries in a Vietnam rice paddy attack that left his right arm covered with shrapnel, Trevino decided to dedicate his art towards honoring both his family and cultural heritage. He created La Historia Chicana: one hundred-foot long mural which explores six centuries of Mexican American heritage; it now hangs at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio’s Sueltenfuss Library.
Adam loved his family, friends and dogs and was always looking for ways to assist others. He enjoyed watching funny movies, playing video games and four-wheelers, spending time with family members as well as watching comedies.
Adam Jr, Devan, Briana, Michael and Emily will always remain dearly missed members of this community. His wife Amber survives him along with many aunts and cousins who mourn his absence.
Trevino has become one of the sport’s biggest stars by winning six major championships and 29 PGA Tour events, including winning all three majors within one calendar year – U.S. Open, Canadian Open and British Open all within 12 months! He even boycotted Masters Championship because its course did not fit his style of play.
Adam Sandler cast him as himself in his film Happy Gilmore and has made millions off golf-related business ventures.
He and Claudia live in Dallas, Texas, with two children: Olivia and Daniel. Born December 1st 1939 in Garland Texas he is an American. He had three children from his first wife Linda as well as Claudia his second.