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Allen M. Doyle

  • Birthplace: Woonsocket, R.I.
  • Residence: La Grange, Ga.
  • Birthdate: June 26, 1948
  • Age: 58
  • Turned Pro: 1995
  • College: Norwich University
  • Eligibility Code: 1, 8, 10, 17, 18

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Player Notes

Was an amateur until he was almost 50, he was a member of two Walker Cup Teams (1991 and '93), and represented the United States on three World Amateur Cup teams. Was a semifinalist at the 1992 U.S. Amateur, losing to Justin Leonard who went on to win the Championship. After turning professional joined the former Nike Tour in 1995 and won three times. at the age of 47 he became the PGA Tour's oldest rookie when he played on Tour in 1996. Played two years before joining the Champions Tour in 1998.

Career Victories

Champions Tour
11 - 1999 ACE Group Classic, PGA Seniors' Championship, Cadillac NFL Championship, TD Waterhouse Championship, 2000 Toshiba Senior Classic, 2001 Ford Senior Players Championship, State Farm Senior Classic, 2003 FleetBoston Classic, 2004 Bayer Advantage Celebrity Pro-Am, 2005 U.S. Senior Open, 200 U.S. Senior Open. Also Won The 1999 & 2001 Senior Slam and The 2001 Hyundai Team Matches With Dana Quigley.

Career Summary

1997 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 6; Top-10 finishes - 2; scoring average - 69.29; money - $164,918 (ranked 67th); best finish, T4th, Raley's Gold Rush Classic.

1999 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 31; Top-10 finishes - 16; scoring average - 70.02 (ranked 5th); money - $1,911,640 (ranked 3rd); winner, ACE Group Classic, PGA Seniors' Championship, Cadillac NFL Championship, TD Waterhouse Championship.

2000 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 33; Top-10 finishes - 17; scoring average - 69.56 (ranked 6th); money - $1,505,471 (ranked 7th); Winner, Toshiba Senior Classic.

2001 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 34; Top-10 finishes - 25; scoring average - 69.41 (ranked 3rd); money - $2,553,582 (ranked 1st); Winner, Ford Senior Players Championship, State Farm Senior Classic. Other Victories: Charles Schwab Cup.

2002 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 32; Top-10 finishes - 13; scoring average - 70.21 (ranked 10th); money - $1,322,054 (ranked 12th); best finish, 2nd Toshiba Senior Classic.

2003 Champions Tour Summary
Tournaments entered -30; top 10 finishes -13; scoring average - 70.07 (ranked 12th); money - $1,349,272 (ranked 9th); best finish - Win FleetBoston Classic.

2004 Champions Tour Summary
tournaments entered - 27; top 10 finishes - 10; scoring average - 70.31 (ranked 11th); money - $1,298,555 (ranked 10th); best finish - Won Baylor Advantage Pro-Am.

2005 Champions Tour Summary
tournaments entered - 22; top 10 finishes - 6; scoring average - 71.03 (ranked 28th); money - $939,896 (ranked 17th); best finish - Win U.S. Senior Open. Missed out on the million-dollar mark in earnings for the first time on the Champions Tour due to arthroscopic left-knee surgery in September which curtailed his season.

2006 Champions Tour Summary
tournaments entered - 24; top 10 finishes - 5; scoring average - 70.71 (ranked 19th); money - $1,072,840 (ranked 11th); best finish - Win U.S. Senior Open.

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