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Keith Clearwater

  • Birthplace: Long Beach, CA
  • Residence: Provo, UT
  • Birth Date: 09/01/1959
  • Age: 50
  • Height: 6-0
  • Eligibility Code: 23
  • Turned Pro: 1982

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PGA TOUR Victories

(2) 1987,Colonial National Invitation, Centel Classic.

2010 Champions Tour Money and Position

$4,800 (106)

Champions Tour Best Round

69 at Round 1, The Cap Cana Championship.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

1-- Colonial National Invitation, Centel Classic.

2009 Season Highlights

Turned 50 on September 1 and made his Champions Tour debut the same week at the Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. Finished T42 in his first start on the circuit.

Career Highlights

PGA TOUR veteran with 399 career starts, with 201 cuts made. Played some of his best golf from 1991-94 when he was inside the top 100 on the money list all four years, including a career-best $609,273 in 1992 (22nd) . His two victories both came in 1987 when he beat Davis Love III by three strokes in Fort Worth at the Colonial National Invitation and then at the Centel Classic, where he held off four players by a stroke, including Joey Sindelar. Victory at Colonial came after he recorded a pair of 64s on a 36-hole Sunday. Finished 31st on the money list that year. Has also made 51 starts on the Nationwide Tour prior to 2009 and finished T2 at both the Shreveport Open and Inland Empire Open in 2000. Named 1987 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year. Winner of 1982 North and South Amateur and 1985 Alaska State Open. Member of winning 1981 NCAA Championship team at Brigham Young, where his teammates included future PGA TOUR players Rick Fehr, Richard Zokol and Bobby Clampett.

Other Information

Made five starts on the Champions Tour last year after debuting in early September at the Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach (T42). Best performance came in his last appearance of 2009 when he was T32 at the AT&T Championship after shooting an opening-round 66 and sharing the first-round lead with Russ Cochran. Played the PGA TOUR full-time from 1987-2001 and his best golf came from 1991-94 when he was inside the top 100 on the money list all four years, including a career-best $609,273 in 1992 (22nd). Two victories both came in 1987 when he beat Davis Love III by three strokes in Fort Worth at the Colonial National Invitation and then won the Centel Classic, holding off four players, including Joey Sindelar, by a stroke. Victory at Colonial came after he recorded a pair of 64s on a 36-hole Sunday. Finished 31st on the money list that year. Has also made 53 career starts on the Nationwide Tour and finished T2 at both the Shreveport Open and Inland Empire Open in 2000. Named 1987 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year. Winner of 1982 North and South Amateur and 1985 Alaska State Open. Member of winning 1981 NCAA Championship team at Brigham Young, where his teammates included future PGA TOUR players Rick Fehr, Richard Zokol and Bobby Clampett.

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