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It goes beyond posting a better score. Tales of golf gambling are legion and legendary. But not nearly as astonished as he would be once he saw Trevino play. What golfer hasn't staked a buck or two on the merits of his game? Or he'll get it back. But then he discovered why he was playing Trevino in the first place. Floyd was slightly astonished that a combination cart man, range sweeper and shoe-shine boy was his opponent. Every day, a few million players are deciding how much to play for and how much of a handicap advantage they can get away with. They might remember exactly how much money they won or might choose to inflate it over time , but things like scores, times and sequence of events often are lost in the haze of personal history. In the late '30s, he was invited to play in a huge money match in Havana, Cuba. But they all like to have a little action going. Trevino hadn't qualified for the PGA Tour yet, but wasn't far off from the first of his six major championships, the U. There is something about golf that drives a player, be it hacker or hero, to play the game for something beyond the sheer joy or frustration of whacking a ball around a park with holes in the ground. He goes to his golf club's pro shop at mid-morning to check The Shootout's sign-in sheet, religiously. It's the nature of the game. Havre, a retired auto dealer, has been the Commissioner since the late '80s. Players must have their names on The Shootout list in the Bay Hill pro shop by noon. This isn't uncommon among gamblers. I beat him 63 to We're even. It takes a sharp pencil or two to manage the scorecard. Walters' Neighborhood. After that I didn't play anybody I didn't know for big money. He got out of the country as soon as he could, afraid that associates of the dictator Fulgencio Batista, who lost money on the match, might take out their pique on him. It was a municipal layout that drew gamblers from all over Texas and much of the United States. Every day, The Shootout is off and running at Bay Hill. He once made a substantial bet that he could drive a golf ball yards. Palmer, you might surmise, is an A player, along with any other low handicap player. Floyd was bold and brash, but had not yet come to glory and had yet to win a Masters, a U. Alvin C. But at the time I didn't know him and I had a lot at stake. The match was arranged for at least 36 holes, maybe Floyd's backers had bets in the thousands against Trevino's backers. It certainly is the nature of The Shootout, possibility one of the longest standing gambling games in the nation. Who isn't feeling a little cockier when a good round produces a fistful of Hamiltons and a withered look on your opponent? Not surprisingly, he calls Las Vegas home.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Trevino says he didn't bet any of his personal money. Hackers and heroes love to have something at stake, be it a dollar, a hundred, a thousand. Five points are awarded for an eagle, three for a birdie, two for a par and one for a bogey. It's likely you might know one of the regulars in The Shootout, a man who's played for cash and glory for five decades -- Arnold Palmer. Gamblers don't come any larger than Walters, and golf gambling definitely is Mr. I mean, who knew that Lee was going to become the great player he did? The best three scores of the five-man team are used on each hole. Really big stakes matches are rare and the air surrounding them is just as rarefied. But I'll tell you one thing. He'll get over it. One of the most infamous betting matches of all time occurred between Lee Trevino and Ray Floyd, two of professional golf's greatest competitors. Sam Snead, one of the great professional players of all time, was also a confirmed gambler. Palmer, like many of the players, also has individual and team bets going within his group. In the first round, Floyd shot a 66 and Trevino beat him by three shots. It's been going on since the early '70s at Bay Hill, which Palmer owns. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The Commissioner arises each morning at , religiously. Trevino and Floyd did not play each other or meet at Tenison. When Floyd arrived in the parking lot at Horizon Hills, Trevino met him in a golf cart to take his golf clubs. Walters has been a professional gambler for more than three decades. Every day, these hackers and heroes play for cash and glory. He shot 63," says Floyd. He plays for the prize money and he always has action on the side. He does it every day, seven days a week, religiously. How many regular foursomes go off on a weekend morning without choosing teams and setting the price of competition? If shepherds in fifteenth-century Scotland invented the game, they may well have done it because they were bored playing cards. Seven days a week -- days a year unless the weather intervenes. Golf gambling raises the psychological ante of the game. After playing Lee, I was getting all kinds of offers to play people. He must be a fairly good player, carrying a handicap of 15 or less, though exceptions are sometimes made for friends of members wishing to join or the occasional guest. But he's always got something going. His putt doesn't go in, but I still to this day don't know how it didn't. Yes, a few thousand dollars was a big stake in the s, as it would be today if it were part of the average country club match. It came down to the 18th hole, a par 5. Golfers always have something going, don't they? He's always got to have something to play for. He sets the rules, even for Palmer. He never said he would do it on a golf course. Golf is meant for gambling. I think that's pretty good advice for anyone. Around noon he gathers all the names on the sign-in sheet and makes up the teams for the afternoon round, religiously. It was a helluva match. He goes to work out, religiously. A lot of the reason the guys play in The Shootout is to be around each other. The details vary, depending on which man you talk to, as to the scores they shot. He also had a fair amount of local gambling action going on, not big money, but enough to make a decent living. No handicaps are used. Floyd wanted to play another nine holes, but Trevino told him he had to put away the carts and straighten up the bag room. The betting match took place in the mids. He determines the amount of the daily bet, puts together the teams of five and decides the number of payoff positions and the amount those teams will be paid. It inflates the winner's ego and wallet when he takes some green off another man. So, what if he's your best friend. I said adios and got out of town. I think it makes you concentrate on it more, puts some excitement into it. Trevino was a masterful shot maker, cool under pressure, something the world would know in short order. Open or a PGA Championship. The next day the backers bets were doubled. Taken up on it, he then led his group of pigeons to a frozen lake and powered a ball across the ice. As Snead once said: "I tried to quit gambling once, but it was about as much use as kicking a hog barefoot. Gambling extracts a price for mistakes, rewards good play with the feel of bills being pressed into the palm. The points are added up at the end of the round and the three highest scoring teams divide the day's pot. Billy Walters knows about this, as he does about most things related to gambling. Both players had one golf course in common, Tenison Park in Dallas. As an assistant pro, he scooped up range balls, cleaned golf carts and collected bags from cars in the parking lot.