1983,Isuzu-Andy Williams San Diego Open. 1987,Greater Milwaukee Open. 1992,Buick Southern Open.
(3): 1981 Lille Open. 1982 Chunichi Crowns Invitational. 1986 Chrysler Team Championship [with Scott Hoch].
2009 Champions Tour Money and Position
Champions Tour Best Round
68 at Round 2, The Cap Cana Championship.
Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes
Isuzu-Andy Williams San Diego Open, Greater Milwaukee Open, Buick Southern Open.
2008 Season Highlights
Joined the Champions Tour in mid-June at the Bank of America Championship and was T16 in his debut on the circuit...Best performances in his rookie season came in back-to-back starts in July when he was a combined 28-under par for six rounds...In just his third career start, shot a final-round, 8-under-par 64 for an eventual T10 finish at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open. Then two weeks later, carded a final-round 65 at the TPC Twin Cities to finish a distant second to R.W. Eaks at the 3M Championship in Minnesota. Performance there was his best in a Tour-sponsored event since winning the 2002 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic on the Nationwide Tour...Also carded second-round 64 at the AT&T Championship, the last full-field event of the season...Played six events on the Nationwide Tour prior to turning 50 and made two cuts...Best effort was a T40 at the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship at Wente Vineyards.
Had an impressive amateur career before turning professional...Named first team All-American four straight years at Wake Forest, the first player to earn that distinction later matched by Phil Mickelson, David Duval and Bryce Molder...Also a four-time All-ACC choice...Was the 1979 NCAA Championship medalist and a college teammate of Scott Hoch for two seasons. He was also medalist at the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship in 1980...Member of the Wake Forest Athletic Hall of Fame...Two-time winner of the North and South Amateurs in 1978-79...Member of the 1977 U.S. Walker Cup team...Has worked as an analyst for both NBC and CNBC in the past.