Bob Tway Personal Notes
Described 1995 MCI Classic victory as "better than any other win I've had because I was down so low.".
Introduced to golf at age 5, following his father and grandfather around course.
Played his first tournament at age 7.
His son Kevin, the 2005 U.S. Junior Amateur winner, played at Oklahoma State and is a member of the PGA TOUR after posting a win and finishing eighth on the 2013 Web.com Tour money list.
Caddied for Kevin in the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, where he missed the cut.
His brother, Scott, caddies for Scott Verplank.
Is a strong supporter of Oklahoma State athletics. Some of all-time favorite movies are "Hoosiers," "Remember the Titans" and "For the Love of the Game.".
Favorite team as a kid was the Minnesota Vikings.
TV favorites include "Lost," "House" and any sports, especially college football.
One course he's never played which he'd love to play is Sand Hills GC in Nebraska.
Says his most-memorable shot was his bunker shot at the 1986 PGA Championship at the Inverness Club in Toledo.
Supports the Children's Miracle Network.
His bucket list includes going to Egypt, seeing the Great Wall in China and fly fishing in Alaska.
His favorite athlete from another sport is Michael Jordan.