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Harrison Frazar

United StatesUnited States

Start Position
5
Current Position
To Par: +4
Total Strokes: 72 - 69 - 72 - 71 : 284
T43   T38
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Updated: Thursday, 11 Aug 2011 04:13 PM
  • Birthplace: Dallas, TX
  • Residence: Dallas, TX
  • Age: 40
  • Turned Pro: 1996

Nationwide Tour Victories

(1) 1997,NIKE South Carolina Classic.

2010 PGA TOUR Money and Position

$21,630 (211)

PGA TOUR Best Round

66 at Round 4, Bob Hope Classic.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

2-- Sony Open in Hawaii. T2-- GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic, COMPAQ Classic of New Orleans, Michelin Championship at Las Vegas.

2009 Season Highlights

Finished 112th on the 2009 money list with one top-10 and seven top-25 finishes. The seven top-25 finishes were the most since he recorded 11 in 2006...Followed a first-round 75 with a pair of 65s in second and final rounds to post a T7 at the Turning Stone Resort Championship, his first top-10 finish of the season.

Career Highlights

2009: Finished 112th on the money list with one top-10 and seven top-25 finishes. The seven top-25 finishes were the most since he recorded 11 in 2006...Followed a first-round 75 with a pair of 65s in second and final rounds to post a T7 at the Turning Stone Resort Championship, his first top-10 finish of the season. 2008: Medalist at the Qualifying Tournament, winning by eight strokes. Shot a fourth-round 59 on the Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West. It was the second in Qualifying Tournament history (David Gossett, 2000, Nicklaus Private Course at PGA West). Round included 11 birdies and an eagle...Made the cut in 13 of 23 starts, with a No. 163 finish on the money list the worst showing of his career. Only top-10 of the season came with a T4 in August at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open. 2007: Did not finish inside the top 100 (No. 131) for the first time in 10 seasons on TOUR. At the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth, led the field in Driving Distance (311.5 yards) for the week and fired four rounds in the 60s to finish T7. 2006: Placed in top 100 in earnings for the ninth consecutive season...Withdrew from the FedEx St. Jude Classic due to an ingrown hangnail, then did not play again until five weeks later at the Buick Championship, because of the injury and the birth of his third child...Shared the first-round lead after a 5-under 65 in his first round back at the Buick Championship, then finished T21. Recorded seven consecutive birdies during round three (Nos. 10-15) at TPC River Highlands. 2005: Recorded four top-10s, all which came from July to the end of the season, with three of those in last three starts...Posted three consecutive top-10s for the first time in his career, with a T8 at the Valero Texas Open and a pair of T3s at the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas and the FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort. 2004: Cracked $1 million in earnings for the first time in seven-year TOUR career, finishing a career-best 48th on the money list...With four rounds in the 60s, finished runner-up in first start of season at the Sony Open in Hawaii, falling to Ernie Els in a three-hole playoff. Entered the final round with a one-shot lead over Els. Paired with Els for the final round, lost the lead on the front nine but regained a share with four consecutive birdies on Nos. 9-12. Trailing Els at the 71st hole, finished birdie-birdie to shoot 66 and force the playoff...Posted four eagles in a tournament twice - Bob Hope Chrysler Classic and Southern Farm Bureau Classic, the most by any player in a tournament during year. Had three eagles in the fourth round at Indian Wells CC in the Hope...Added his fourth career runner-up finish with a T2 at the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas. One of six players to share the first-round lead and finished one stroke behind winner Andre Stolz. 2003: Held outright lead through 18 and 54 holes at the Phoenix Open and shared 36-hole lead before finishing T3. 2002: Finished T4 at the Memorial Tournament; was one stroke off the lead after 36 holes...Followed effort at the Memorial with T7 at the Kemper Insurance Open. Second time in career posted consecutive top-10s. 2001: Best year on TOUR since rookie season, despite missing two months due to Aug. 8 surgery to repair torn ligaments in right hip. Earned a career best $792,456...Was one shot back after 36 holes and three off the pace through 54 holes in the Compaq Classic of New Orleans. Closed with 71 for solo fourth...Tied career low score with third-round 62 at Greater Milwaukee Open. 2000: Recorded a pair of third-place finishes and was among the top 100 on the money list for the third consecutive season...Posted T3 finish at rain-shortened BellSouth Classic, two strokes shy of playoff between Phil Mickelson and Gary Nicklaus...Second third-place finish came at Compaq Classic of New Orleans. 1999: Recorded three top-10s and six top-25s...Matched career-best finish at Compaq Classic of New Orleans with a T2. Two strokes off 54-hole lead. Closing 68 left him two strokes behind Carlos Franco. Starting with runner-up finish in New Orleans, only missed two cuts in final 17 starts. 1998: Nominated for Rookie of the Year honors on strength of three top-10s, including a runner-up finish at GTE Byron Nelson Classic...Earned $461,633 and was the second-highest-ranked rookie on the money list at 63rd. After missing five cuts in first 10 starts, finished in three-way T2 at GTE Byron Nelson with Fred Couples and Hal Sutton. Stood one off first- and second-round leads, two off third-round lead. 1997: Parlayed the first 36-hole Sunday in Nationwide Tour history into a three-stroke victory over R.W. Eaks at the South Carolina Classic. Finished 13th on the Nationwide Tour money list to earn first PGA TOUR card 1996: Turned professional in June. His only event prior to 1997 was T49 in 1996 Wichita Open. Amateur: Three-time All-American at University of Texas from 1993-95.

Personal

Grew up in Abilene, TX and moved to Dallas in 1985. Was a three-time all-state player and won two state championships with Highland Park High from 1986-1990...Graduated from University of Texas in 1996 with a degree in Psychology and Business Foundations. Went to work in Dallas for a commercial real-estate firm working as an analyst for office, retail and industrial acquisitions and development, as well as golf course management and development...Recently began designing golf courses in Texas...Enjoys spending time with friends and family.

PGA TOUR Playoff Record

0-1

Other Information

Medalist at the 2008 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament, winning by eight strokes. Shot a fourth-round 59 on the Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West. It was the second in Qualifying Tournament history (David Gossett, 2000, Nicklaus Private Course at PGA West). Round included 11 birdies and an eagle. Made the cut in 13 of 23 starts in 2008, with a No. 163 finish on the money list the worst showing of his career. Only top-10 of the season came with a T4 in August at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open. The finish was his best since a T7 at the 2007 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial and bettered his previous-best finish in Tahoe (fifth in 2003). In 2007, did not finish inside the top 100 (No. 131) for the first time in 10 seasons on TOUR. At the 2007 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth, led the field in Driving Distance (311.5 yards) for the week and fired four rounds in the 60s to finish T7. In 2006, placed in top 100 in earnings for the ninth consecutive season on TOUR. Posted his first top-10 finish of the season with a T7 at the Buick Open. Recorded four top-10s in 2005, all which came from July to the end of the season, with three of those in last three starts. Posted three consecutive top-10s for the first time in his career, with a T8 at the 2005 Valero Texas Open and a pair of T3s at the 2005 Michelin Championship at Las Vegas and the 2005 FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World Resort. Cracked $1 million in earnings for the first time in seven-year TOUR career in 2004, finishing a career-best 48th on the money list. With four rounds in the 60s, finished runner-up in first start of season at the 2004 Sony Open in Hawaii, falling to Ernie Els in a three-hole playoff. Entered the final round with a one-shot lead over Els. Added his fourth career runner-up finish with a T2 at the 2004 Michelin Championship at Las Vegas. Held outright lead through 18 and 54 holes at the 2003 Phoenix Open and shared 36-hole lead before finishing T3. It was his highest finish since a third at 2000 Compaq Classic of New Orleans. Finished T4 at the 2002 Memorial Tournament; was one stroke off the lead after 36 holes. Followed effort at the Memorial with T7 at the 2002 Kemper Insurance Open. 2001 was his best year on TOUR since rookie season, despite missing two months due to Aug. 8 surgery to repair torn ligaments in right hip. Earned a $792,456. Was one shot back after 36 holes and three off the pace through 54 holes in the 2001 Compaq Classic of New Orleans, finished solo fourth. Recorded a pair of third-place finishes in 2000 and was among the top 100 on the money list. Posted T3 finish at rain-shortened 2000 BellSouth Classic, two strokes shy of playoff between Phil Mickelson and Gary Nicklaus. Second third-place finish came at 2000 Compaq Classic of New Orleans. In 1999, recorded three top-10s and six top-25s. Finished runner-up at the 1999 Compaq Classic of New Orleans. Two strokes off 54-hole lead. Nominated for Rookie of the Year honors in 1998 on the PGA TOUR on strength of three top-10s, including a runner-up finish at 1998 GTE Byron Nelson Classic. Earned $461,633 and was the second-highest-ranked rookie on the money list at 63rd. In 1997, parlayed the first 36-hole Sunday in Nationwide Tour history into a three-stroke victory over R.W. Eaks at the 1997 South Carolina Classic. Finished 13th on the Nationwide Tour money list to earn first PGA TOUR card. Turned professional in June of 1996. His only event prior to 1997 was T49 in 1996 Wichita Open. Amateur: Three-time All-American at University of Texas from 1993-95. Grew up in Abilene, TX and moved to Dallas in 1985. Was a three-time all-state player and won two state championships with Highland Park High from 1986-1990. Graduated from University of Texas in 1996 with a degree in Psychology and Business Foundations. Went to work in Dallas for a commercial real-estate firm working as an analyst for office, retail and industrial acquisitions and development, as well as golf course management and development. Recently began designing golf courses in Texas and was a player consultant on D.A. Weibring's redesign of TPC Las Colinas, home of the HP Byron Nelson Championship.