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PGA Head Professional at Deepdale Golf Club in Manhassett, N.Y. . . . Tied for fifth in the 2006 Callaway Golf Senior PGA Professional National Championship, finished 2nd in 2005 Callaway PGA Senior Club Professional Championship, Winner, 2004 PGA Senior Club Professional Player of the Year Award. . .Winner, 1996 PGA Club Professional Championship with a record 17-under-par 271 total. . . .Finished fourth in the 2005 PGA Club Professional Championship. . .Winner, 1982, '87 FootJoy PGA Assistant Professional Championship (joined by Jim Schuman in 1999 as the only multiple national assistant champions) . . . One of eight PGA club professionals to make the cut in the 2005 Senior PGA Championship, finishing tied for 31st . . . Winner, 1999 Metropolitan PGA Head Professional Championship . . . Selected by Golf Digest in 2001 as one of America's Top 50 instructors, and by GOLF Magazine as one of America's Top 100 Teachers . . . Winner, 1996 PGA Head Professional Championship, Pelham, N.Y., seven PGA Tournament Series events . . . 1991, 95 Long Island Open . . . 1992, 95 Treiber Memorial Championship, 1989 PGA Stroke Play Championship, 1984 Charlie Pride Golf Fiesta (Tournament Player Series) at Albuquerque, N.M. . . Winner, 1994-95 New York State Open; 1981, 83, 94 Metropolitan Open; 1994, 1995, 1997 Metropolitan PGA Section Championship�Finished runner-up in 1997 Eastern PGA Club Professional Championship� Tied for 13th at the 2003 Eastern PGA Club Professional Championship and tied for 32nd in 2004�Earned berth in the 2002 U.S. Open . . . CPC victory in 1996 was assured by his making a 40-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole. During the CPC, switched to cross-handed putting style midway through first round and went on to set a Championship record for the lowest score on the first 54 holes (200) and best score on the last 54 holes (198) score, tied for highest first-round score by a winner (73), lowest second-round score (64), and lowest final-round score by a winner (67) . . . One of two players (Bruce Zabriski is the other) to win both a national assistant and national club professional championship. . . After missing the cut in 1997 and 1998 CPC, came back to finish tied for fifth in the 1999 CPC . . Named Metropolitan PGA Section Player of the Year in 1995 and 1996. . . Finished tied for 61st in the 1997 Hawaiian Open. . . Has competed in nine PGA Championships and eight U.S. Opens . . . Made the cut in the 2004 U.S. Senior Open. . .Competed in 1981 and 1983 on the PGA Tour, recorded the most consecutive eagles on par-4 holes (2) in the 1983 Texas Open at Oak Tree, Texas . . . Has recorded two holes-in-one, both in competition, and in 1993 at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio, posted the first double eagle in a PGA Championship.