Brandt Jobe

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To Par: +5
Total Strokes: 68 - 69 - 73 - 75 : 285
T20   T45
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Updated: Thursday, 11 Aug 2011 04:13 PM
  • Birthplace: Oklahoma City, OK
  • Residence: Southlake, TX
  • Age: 46
  • Turned Pro: 1988

International Victories

(9): 1990 B.C.Open [Can]. 1991 Payless Classic [Can]. 1994 Thailand Open. 1995 Mitsubishi Galant Tournament [Jpn.]. 1997 Tokai Classic [Jpn.], Golf Digest Tournament [Jpn.]. 1998 Japan PGA Championship [Jpn.], UBE Kosan Open [Jpn.], Gateway to the Open Mizuno Open [Jpn.].

2010 Nationwide Tour Money and Position

$55,229 (18)

2010 Nationwide Tour Best Finishes

3-- South Georgia Classic Pres'd by First State Bank and Trust Company. T9-- Panama Claro Championship.

Nationwide Tour Best Round

66 at Round 1, Panama Claro Championship.

Nationwide Tour Highlights

In his first start of 2010, finished T9 at the Panama CLARO Championship and recorded his career-best Nationwide Tour finish. Despite entering the final round tied for 35th, he rallied with a 3-under 67 to climb 26 spots...Next top 10 came at the South Georgia Classic, where he was third and established his career-best Nationwide Tour finish.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

2-- The INTERNATIONAL. T2-- Michelob Championship at Kingsmill, BellSouth Classic.

Career Highlights

Has battled injuries recently the past few seasons, making the cut in 14 of 32 starts since the 2007 season. Five top-25 finishes during that stretch, including two in 2008 (T11 at the U.S. Bank Championship and T18 at the 2008 U.S. Open) and three in 2009 (T17 at the Valero Texas Open, T21 at the FBR Open and T22 at the Honda Classic)...In 2006, made 19 cuts in 28 events with two top-10s. Finished in the top 125 for the sixth time in his nine-year TOUR career. Shared the first-round lead with Thomas Levet and held second-round lead at Buick Invitational. Closed with 2-over 74. Finished three strokes out of a three-man playoff won by Tiger Woods. Collected second top-10 of the season with a T4 finish at the Memorial Tournament. Was two back of eventual winner Carl Pettersson through 36 holes...In 2005, playing on a Major Medical Extension, enjoyed career season, with first appearance in THE TOUR Championship, thanks to six top-10s. First top-10 of the season came in his sixth start, a T2 at the weather-shortened, 54-hole BellSouth Classic. Birdied the last hole to get into a five-way playoff with winner Phil Mickelson, Arjun Atwal, Rich Beem and Jose Maria Olazabal. Eliminated on first extra hole when approach shot to the 18th hole found the water and he could not get up and down for par. The $330,000 check gave him $430,130 through six events, allowing him to remain in the Major Medical Extension category for the remainder of the season. Recorded third career runner-up finish at The International, one point behind Retief Goosen in the Modified Stableford scoring system format. Forced to play 36 holes Sunday, grabbed the 54-hole lead with 12 points in the first 18 holes. In the final 18 holes, came up short to finish with 31 points. Second-place finish was worth a career-best $540,000. Closed with a 5-under 67 to finish T3 at Chrysler Classic of Greensboro...In 2004, limited to nine events due to lingering left-wrist problems after 2003 surgery. Received a Major Medical Extension for 2005. Missed five weeks after THE PLAYERS Championship due to a recurring injury to his left hand. Played two more events before ending season...In 2003, although he recorded just one top-10, finished in the top 100 on the money list for a second straight season. At the Bank of America Colonial, a final-round 64 produced a fourth-place finish. Withdrew from the 100th Western Open with a shattered hook of left hamate bone (palm of hand). Did not play again until the Valero Texas Open in late September. In 2002, finished in the top 100 for the first time in his five-year career. Recorded a T2 finish at the Michelob Championship at Kingsmill, where he held a one-stroke lead over Billy Mayfair heading into Sunday. Final-round 72 left him two strokes behind winner Charles Howell III, tied with Scott Hoch for second...In 2001, for second consecutive year kept his card with a strong finish in the season-ending Southern Farm Bureau Classic. Rounds of 67-66 put him in a tie for first, but closed 69-78, which still earned $14,960 and a T28 finish, that was enough to move him into the top 125. In 2000, in first full season on TOUR since 1991, retained fully-exempt playing privileges with strong finish to rank 120th on money list. At the Phoenix Open, posted his best final-round score of the year, 65, to finish T4...In 1999, joined PGA TOUR as Special Temporary Member in September. Had first two career top-20s in major championships, with T14 at Masters and T16 at PGA Championship. Qualified for the Masters by virtue of being in top 50 in Official World Golf Ranking. Played on the Japan Golf Tour from 1995-1999, with six victories and a pair of runner-up finishes. In 1998, was fourth on 1998 Japan Golf Tour Order of Merit with three victories. In 1997, top 20 on Japan Golf Tour Order of Merit with two wins. In 1996, was 20th on Japan Golf Tour Order of Merit with 70.99 scoring average. In 1995, finished 25th on Japan Golf Tour Order of Merit and was ranked third in scoring with 70.24 average. Winner of Asian Order of Merit. In 1994, was second on Asian Tour Order of Merit. In 1993, third on Asian Tour Order of Merit. In 1991, first earned PGA TOUR playing privileges with sixth-place finish at PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament. In 1990, played Canadian Tour where he won the British Columbia Open and finished first on the Order of Merit while compiling the low scoring average for the year.


Interest in golf stemmed from his attendance at 1978 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills CC in Denver.

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