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Mike San Filippo

  • Birthplace: Miami, FL
  • Residence: Hobe Sound, FL
  • Birth Date: October 10, 1952
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2009 Champions Tour Money and Position

$5,702 (105)

Champions Tour Best Round

69 at Round 2, The Cap Cana Championship.

Career Best Nationwide Tour Finishes

T5-- NIKE Panama City Beach Classic.

Other Information

Finished 14th at the 2005 Champions Tour National Qualifying Tournament. One of five to T10, but made bogey on the first playoff hole. A year earlier, was 15th at the National Qualifying Tournament and made 11 starts in 2005. Was conditionally exempt in 2003 as well and made 13 starts....Won the 2002 PGA Senior Club Professional Championship in a playoff. Made birdie on the third hole of sudden-death to defeat Bob Ralston at PGA GC in Port St. Lucie...Played in 22 events on the PGA TOUR from 1988-1998 and made only one cut. Finished 74th at the 1998 Doral-Ryder Open and earned a check for $3,840...Competed in 14 PGA Club Professional Championships and finished fourth in the 1991 event at Doral, two strokes back of Larry Gilbert...Was 1993 PGA Club Professional Player of the Year, 1992 PGA Stroke-Play Champion and winner of the 1993 Maine Open...Won the 2004 and 2006 PGA Senior Stroke Play Championships and is also a two-time winner of the PGA Senior Club Professional Championship...Member of the 1992 PGA Cup team...Has made 11 holes-in-one, three in competition...Was the 1990 and 1999 New England PGA Player of the Year and New England PGA Section champion...Father got him started playing golf...Lists the Teeth of the Dog in the Dominican Republic as his favorite golf course...Was a pre-med student at Florida State. After college, once held a job as a lab technician for a medical diagnostic company...Served a stint as the teaching professional at Nashawtuc CC, the venue for the Champions Tour's Bank of America Championship...Biggest thrill outside of golf was watching the Boston Red Sox win the 2004 World Series...Lists Dan Marino as his favorite athlete.

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