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  • Finished 5th at the 2005 Turtle Bay Championship
  • Finished 12th at the 2004 Champions Tour Q-School
  • Finished 13th at the 2003 SBC Championship
  • Tied for 12th at the 2002 Royal Caribbean Classic
  • 2002 The Countrywide Tradition 9th place finish
  • The Countrywide Tradition finihed 9th in 2002
  • 5th place at the 2002 SBC Senior Open
  • Tied for 3rd at the 2002 Turtle Bay Championship
  • 14th at the 2002 SBC Championship
  • TD Waterhouse Championship placed 6th in 2001
  • Farmers Charity Classic in 2001 finished 7th
  • SENIOR PGA TOUR Qualifying Tourn Finals 8th place finish in 2001
  • Finished tied for 3rd in the 2000 BUY.COM Richmond Open
  • 8th place finish in the 1999 John Deere Classic, 8th overall at the 1999 NIKE Lakeland Classic, 2nd at the 1999 Dominion Open, 2nd in the 1999 NIKE Inland Empire Open, and won the 1999 NIKE New Mexico Classic
  • 3rd in the 1996 NIKE Olympia Open
  • 4th at the 1993 Honda Classic
  • 2nd at the 1992 Greater Milwaukee Open
  • In 1990 placed 1st at the Ben Hogan Gulf Coast Classic, Ben Hogan Pensacola Open, Ben Hogan Ft. Wayne Open and 2nd at the Ben Hogan Baton Rouge Open and Ben Hogan Quicksilver Open
  • His best finish on the Champions Tour in 2005 is T5th at the Turtle Bay Championship.
  • He ranks T28th in Charles Schwab Cup Points on the Champions Tour.
  • Exempt Status:
    Birth Date:March 23, 1951
    Birth Place:Bluffton, OH
    Special Interests:Family, Bible study, all sports
    Turned Pro:
    Joined Tour:
    2005 Earnings:$12,053.00
    2004 Earnings:$0.00
    Active Player:yes
    Official Website:n/a

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