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Got his start in golf while serving as a caddie at Rhode Island CC...Played collegiately at the University of Rhode Island and is a member of that school's Hall of Fame...Inducted into the New England PGA Hall of Fame after the 2000 season...Served as head professional at Crestwood CC in Rehoboth, MA, from 1983-96 before being elevated to Director of Golf in 1997. Winner of 24 combined PGA national, New England PGA Section, state open titles and honors. . . Owner of nearly 30 course records and 15 holes-in-one. . . Recorded 61 in 1982 Greater Hartford Open (tied for low round on PGA Tour that year); recorded 63 in 1979 Colgate Hall of Fame Classic at Pinehurst No. 2 Course. . . Runner-up behind Tommy Tolles in 1997 Beck's Open Seven-time New England PGA Section Player of the Year (1985-96) and five-time New England PGA Section Champion (1985, '89, '91, '93, '96). Winner, 1994 PGA Stroke Play Championship and 1983 PGA Match Play Championship, runner-up, 1997 UST PGA Match Play Championship. . . Six-time Rhode Island Open champion (1973, '81, '92,.'93, '95,'96). . . Winner, 1986-87 Vermont Open, Massachusetts Open champion (1982-84) . . . Competed on the PGA Tour, 1978-82... Competed in five PGA Championships, best finish T-41st in 1980 and missed cut in 1987, '88, '90 and '93... Competed in two U.S. Opens, (1979 and '81) best finish T-41st in 1979... T-38th in 1992 PGA Club Professional Championship... Considered the "Iron Man" on the Champions Tour as he now has the longest streak, breaking the old mark of 177 at the Bruno's Memorial Classic last year. Quigley's nine year iron-man streak came to an end at the 2005 Senior British Open where he withdrew after playing in 278 consecutive events for which he was eligible for and 264 in a row.
10 - 1997 Northville Long Island Classic, Emerald Coast Classic & Raley's Gold Rush Classic, 2000 TD Waterhouse Championship, 2001 SBC Senior Open, 2002 Siebel Classic In Silicon Valley, SBC Championship, 2003 MasterCard Championship, 2005 MasterCard Championship, Bayer Advantage Classic.
1997 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 20; top-10 finishes - 3; scoring average 71.29 (ranked T-22nd); money $427,774 (ranked 36th); winner at Northville Long Island Open.
1998 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 38; top-10 finishes - 15; scoring average 70.94 (ranked 14th); money $1,103,882 (ranked 7th); winner Emerald Coast Classic and Raley's Gold Rush Classic.
1999 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 38; top-10 finishes - 18; scoring average 70.39 (ranked 10th); money $1,327,658 (ranked 6th); best finish 2nd, Bruno's Memorial Classic.
2000 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 39; top-10 finishes - 18; scoring average 69.85 (ranked 9th); money $1,802,063 (ranked 5th); winner TD Waterhouse Championship.
2001 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 37; top-10 finishes - 14; scoring average 70.43 (ranked 12th); money $1,537,931 (ranked 9th); winner SBC Senior Open.
2002 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 35; top-10 finishes - 12; scoring average 70.50 (ranked 14th); money $1,569,972 (ranked 6th); best finish, Winner Siebel Classic In Silicon Valley and SBC Championship.
2003 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered -31; top 10 finishes -12; stroke average 70.21 (ranked 15th); money $1,303,304 (ranked 11th); Best finish, Win MasterCard Championship.
2004 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered -30; top 10 finishes -9; stroke average 70.76 (ranked 17th); money $1,090,649 (ranked 14th); Best finish, 2nd, MasterCard Championship & Royal Caribbean Golf Classic.
2005 Champions Tour Summary
tournaments entered - 27; top 10 finishes - 15; stroke average 69.64 (ranked 2nd); money $2,170,258 (ranked 1st); Best finish, Win MasterCard Championship & Baylor Advantage Pro-Am. Won the player of the year honors for the first time and at the age of 58 became the oldest player ever to claim this award.