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Is the chief executive officer of L.A. Pillow and Fiber, Inc.. . .In his debut qualifying for the U.S. Senior Open, while competing in Murrieta, Calif., posted a 70. . .His wife followed him for the first nine holes and he was 1-ove- par, she said she could not watch anymore and then he shot 3-under on the back nine, birdieing 17 to become co-medalist. . .Played in the 1987, 1990, 1994, 2003, 2004 and 2006 U.S. Mid-Amateur . . .Won the Los Angeles City Championship in 1987, 1990 and 1997 and was runner-up in 2003 . . .Winner of the Southern California Public Links Championship six-times and was runner up in 2004 - won the 2007 Golden State Tour Trilogy came in fourth at the 2007 California Players Tour in Ojai Valley, California . . .Has recorded 7 holes-in-one. . .His lowest competitive 18-hole score is 62, shot on Dec. 24, 2001, at Woodland Hills Country Club . . .Lists his most memorable golf experience as qualifying for his first Champions Tour event in Des Moines, Iowa this year after making the top 30 at Q-School, he gets to live his dream and qualify for the Champions Tour with the help of his son, Sean (23), running his business, he can be at ease while traveling and playing he has dreamed of playing in a PGA Tour event since he was in high school and got to fulfill that dream in Iowa . . .Also lists qualifying for the Senior Open as a memorable golf moment . . .Says his superstitions are that he always carries three tees and one ball mark.
2007 Champions Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 3; top 10 finishes -0; stroke average 74.25 (ranked N/A); money $7,040 (ranked 166th); Best finish, T-44th Dick's Sporting Goods Open.
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