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Tom Watson  born September 4, 1949 in Kansas City, MO of the PGA Tour
Player Information:

  • His best finish on the Champions Tour in 2005 is 2nd at the MasterCard Championship.
  • He ranks 6th in Charles Schwab Cup Points on the Champions Tour. 1974 Western Open winner. 1975 Won Byron Nelson Golf Classic and British Open Championship. 1977 Winner of the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, Andy Williams-San Diego Open Invitational, Masters Tournament, Western Open and British Open Championship. 1978 Victories at Joe Garagiola-Tucson Open, Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, Byron Nelson Golf Classic, Colgate Hall of Fame Classic, Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic 1979 Won Sea Pines Heritage Classic, MONY Tournament of Champions, Byron Nelson Golf Classic, Memorial Tournament and Colgate Hall of Fame Classic. 1980 1st place finishes at the Andy Williams-San Diego Open Invitational, Glen Campbell-Los Angeles Open, MONY Tournament of Champions, Greater New Orleans Open, Byron Nelson Golf Classic, British Open Championship and World Series of Golf. 1981 Masters Tournament, USF&G New Orleans Open and Atlanta Classic winner 1982 Won Glen Campbell-Los Angeles Open, Sea Pines Heritage, U.S. Open Championship, British Open Championship. 1983 British Open Championship winner 1984 1st place at the Seiko-Tucson Match Play Championship, MONY Tournament of Champions, Western Open. 1987 Won Nabisco Championship. 1996 Winner of the Memorial Tournament. 1998 MasterCard Colonial winner
  • Exempt Status:Top 30 on All-Time Money List
    Height:5-9
    Weight:175
    Birth Date:September 4, 1949
    Birth Place:Kansas City, MO
    Special Interests:Current affairs, outdoor life
    Turned Pro:1971
    Joined Tour:
    2005 Earnings:$26,243.00
    2004 Earnings:$20,000.00
    Active Player:yes
    Official Website:n/a

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