Jay  Delsing

Jay Delsing

St. Louis, MO

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Updated: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 02:32 PM
  • Birthplace: St. Louis, MO
  • Residence: St. Louis, MO
  • Age: 51
  • Turned Pro: 1984

Nationwide Tour Victories

(2) 2001,BUY.COM Fort Smith Classic. 2002,Omaha Classic.

PGA TOUR Highlights

Did not make a start on the PGA TOUR or Nationwide Tour. In his only Champions Tour start, finished T56 at the Allianz Championship.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

T2-- New England Classic, FedEx St. Jude Classic.

Career Highlights

2010: Missed the cut in all four PGA TOUR starts...Made 15 starts on the Nationwide Tour, but failed to crack the top 25...Finished T40 in his Champions Tour debut at the AT&T Championship in late October. 2009: Split time between the PGA TOUR and Nationwide Tour. Made three cuts in seven starts on the TOUR, with a T21 at the Puerto Rico Open his best outing. Made 10 cuts in 15 Nationwide Tour starts and finished No. 86 on the money list. Enjoyed a stretch where he made seven cuts in a row and nine of 10 but was able to crack the top 10 only once—a T9 at the South Georgia Classic. 2008: Finished T14 at the Legends-Reno Tahoe Open in his only made cut in eight starts on the PGA TOUR. Posted top-25 finishes in both cuts made in 10 starts on the Nationwide Tour. 2007: Split time between the PGA TOUR (six cuts made in 12 starts) and Nationwide Tour (2-7) for the sixth time in previous seven seasons. Only top-10 was a T5 at the Rochester Area Charities Showdown on the Nationwide Tour. 2006: Had one top-10 on each Tour—T5s at the PGA TOUR's 2006 FedEx St. Jude Classic and the Nationwide Tour's 2006 Rheem Classic. 2005: Recorded a T9 at the B.C. Open, his first top-10 since a T8 at the 1999 Michelob Championship at Kingsmill. 2003: Earned membership for the 2004 season with his T28 at TOUR Qualifying Tournament. Played in 26 events and finished in the top-25 twice. 2002: Made three cuts in six events on the PGA TOUR and finished 18th on the 2002 Nationwide Tour money list. Won his second Nationwide Tour title that year at the Omaha Classic. Defeated Jeff Freeman in a four-hole Monday playoff at the 2001 Fort Smith Classic for his first TOUR-related victory. 1999: Recorded four top-10s in his final 16 events to finish among the top 125 for the first time since 1995. 1995: Matched career-best finish with runner-up finish at the 1995 FedEx St. Jude Classic, one behind winner Jim Gallagher, Jr. 1993: Best TOUR finish came at New England Classic where he finished T2, four strokes behind winner Paul Azinger. 1992: Best finish on TOUR money list remains 52nd in on strength of four top-10s and nine top-25s. Amateur: Two-time All-America at UCLA where teammates included Corey Pavin, Steve Pate and Duffy Waldorf.


Father, Jim, was an outfielder for the New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, St. Louis Browns and Kansas City A's from 1949-60. Father pinch-ran for midget Eddie Gaedel with the Browns in 1951.

Nationwide Tour Playoff Record