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Gary Hallberg

  • Birthplace: Berwyn, IL
  • Residence: Castle Rock, CO
  • Birth Date: 05/31/1958
  • Age: 51
  • Height: 5-10
  • Eligibility Code: 23
  • Turned Pro: 1980

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PGA TOUR Victories

(3) 1983,Isuzu-Andy Williams San Diego Open. 1987,Greater Milwaukee Open. 1992,Buick Southern Open.

Other Victories

(3): 1981 Lille Open. 1982 Chunichi Crowns Invitational. 1986 Chrysler Team Championship [with Scott Hoch].

2010 Champions Tour Money and Position

$25,596 (81)

Champions Tour Best Round

67 at Round 1, Toshiba Classic.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

1-- Isuzu-Andy Williams San Diego Open, Greater Milwaukee Open, Buick Southern Open.

2009 Season Highlights

Played 19 events and finished among the top 20 three times...Lone top-10 finish came during the summer when he was T8 at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open after recording three consecutive sub-par scores for the only time during the 2009 season...Also was T12 at the Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach and T15 at the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship in early October, thanks to a final-round 67, his best round since posting a 66 on Saturday at the Dick's event.

Career Highlights

2008: 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 appearance, 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 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.

Personal

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.

PGA TOUR Playoff Record

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