David  Peoples

David Peoples

Orlando, FL

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Updated: Friday, 25 May 2012 09:51 PM
  • Birthplace: Augusta, ME
  • Residence: Orlando, FL
  • Age: 52
  • Turned Pro: 1981

PGA TOUR Victories

(2) 1991,Buick Southern Open. 1992,Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic.

Other Victories

(1): 1990 Isuzu Kapalua International.

2012 Champions Tour Money and Position

$12,836 (100)

Champions Tour Best Round

68 at Round 1, Insperity Championship presented by United Healthcare.

Career Best PGA TOUR Finishes

1-- Buick Southern Open, Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic.

Career Highlights

2011: Slipped 22 places on the final money list, finishing 49th overall after a 27th-place finish in 2010...Shared the first-round lead with Michael Allen and Mark Calcavecchia at the Songdo IBD Championship in South Korea in September and eventually finished T6...His other top-10 effort came in his second start of the year when he was T10 at The ACE Group Classic. 2010: One of the surprise stories on the Champions Tour. Started the season with limited status but eventually made 20 appearances and was among the top 10 in a quarter of his starts...Was scheduled to make his Champions Tour debut at The ACE Group Classic but withdrew prior to the first round with a rib injury...After three weeks of rest, finally debuted at the Toshiba Classic, and T9 finish was first of four top-10s in his first five starts...Also was ninth at The Cap Cana Championship. Performance in the Dominican Republic guaranteed him a spot in the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic...Final-round 68 at the inaugural Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic moved him into a T4, his best finish at the time in a Tour-sanctioned event since a T2 at the Nationwide Tour's 2005 Price Cutter Charity Championship...Followed his strong showing in Mississippi with a solo fourth-place effort at the Regions Charity Classic two weeks later near Birmingham...Best overall effort of the campaign came in early August when he T3 at the 3M Championship in Minnesota, thanks to three straight rounds in the 60s. Performance sealed his place among the top-30 money-winners.


Entered the PGA TOUR National Qualifying Tournament each year from 1981-89, earning his card six times.