Joined CBS Sports in 1991 as an on-course reporter for the PGA Championship, and split duties between CBS, TNT and GOLF CHANNEL telecasts in 2009. Played in nine Nationwide Tour events in 2009, making two cuts and finishing T13 in the Athens Regional Foundation Classic. Also played on the PGA TOUR at the Bob Hope Classic and AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am but missed the cut in both tournaments. Played the PGA TOUR full-time from 1981 to 1995. In 1984, became the youngest player to exceed $500,000 in career earnings. Lone PGA TOUR victory came at the 1982 Southern Open by two strokes over Hale Irwin. Rookie season in 1981 included a career-best 14th-place finish on the money list, with four runner-up finishes among a career-best eight top-10 finishes. Enjoyed a five-stroke lead over Nick Price after 36 holes of the 1982 British Open at Royal Troon but struggled over his final two rounds and was T10...One of the top amateurs in history. Winner 1978 and 1980 California State Amateur. Low amateur at 1978 U.S. Open. Winner 1978 World Amateur medal. Three-time All-American at Brigham Young University from 1978-80. Two-time winner of Fred Haskins Award, presented to top collegiate player. Member of 1982 U.S. World Cup team, teaming with Bob Gilder to finish second to Spain. Launched the business, Impact Zone Golf, after such demand for instruction arose from his book, The Impact Zone, published in 2007. Also active in golf-course design.