PGA TOUR: Major Medical Extension (Web.com Tour Category)
Got his start in golf when his dad cut down one of his clubs for him to use
Includes Merion, Pine Valley, Oakmont and Winged Foot among his favorite courses to play and would like to play Augusta National
Always marks his ball with a quarter, heads up
Favorite teams include the Auburn Tigers and the Dallas Cowboys
Enjoys action movies
New York is his favorite city to visit
Carries peanut butter sandwiches and granola bars in his bag for snacks
Would round out his dream foursome with Ben Hogan, Tiger Woods and Warren Buffett
Bucket list includes seeing the Seven Wonders of the World
Favorite motto is "It doesn't matter where you've been but where you're going."
Charities include work with the First Baptist Church
Twitter account is @LeeWilliamsPGA.
Family, movies, reading
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
2012 Mexico Open Presented by Banamex
Walker Cup (2), 2003, 2005
World Amateur Team (1), 2003.
2015-16: Did not make a start on the PGA TOUR for the second consecutive year due to injury. Will have six events during the 2016-17 PGA TOUR season as part of the top finishers from Web.com Tour Medical to earn 364 FedExCup points or $646,270.2014-15: Did not compete on the PGA TOUR due to injury.2013-14: Injury-riddled sophomore season on the PGA TOUR included five made cuts in 13 starts, with a T43 at the Puerto Rico Open his best outing. Ended the season No. 204 in the FedExCup standings. 2013: Made nine cuts in 22 PGA TOUR starts, with a T33 at the John Deere Classic his best showing
In the Web.com Tour Finals, finished T18 in the Hotel Fitness Championship in the first of four Finals' events. After missing the cut in the next two, finished strong with a T8 at Web.com Tour Championship at TPC Sawgrass. Rolled in a 40-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole at TPC Sawgrass' Dye's Valley Course that was the difference between earning his PGA TOUR card and returning to the Web.com Tour.2012: Finished the season No. 16 on the Web.com Tour money list to earn his PGA TOUR card for 2013, when he will be a rookie. Earned his first top-10 of the season with a T10 at The Rex Hospital Open. Shot four under-par rounds in Raleigh to T10 for the first time since he T7 at the 2007 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic. Kept the momentum going a week later in Leon, Mexico. Entered the final round of the Mexico Open with a one-stroke lead and then made an up and down for par from behind the green on the 72nd hole to preserve his lead and capture his first Tour title, a one-shot victory over Paul Haley II. The $112,500 payday was easily the largest of his professional career
Three weeks later, opened 68-66 at the Utah Championship, eventually shot four under-par rounds and T9 outside Salt Lake City. 2011: Made only one start and finished T45 at the Mylan Classic, where he posted a 63 in the second round. 2008: Made five starts but missed the cut in all of them. 2007: Playing his rookie season on the Web.com Tour, finishing the year No. 96 on the money list, with $57,019. Made the cut in 11 of 17 starts, with top-10 finishes posted at the Pete Dye National Mining Association Classic (T7) and the Northeast Pennsylvania Classic (T10). Made two starts on the PGA TOUR, with a T52 at the Buick Classic his only made cut. 2006: Missed the cut at the Scholarship America Showdown at Somerby, his debut on the Web.com Tour
Played in the U.S. Open for a second consecutive year and made the cut for the first time, finishing T40 at Winged Foot
Played on the Hooters Tour and the U.S. Pro Golf Tour, winning twice on the latter Tour at the Cypress Creek Invitational and the Cobb's Glenn Classic—the first two tournaments of that Tour's existence. Went on to win Player of the Year honors. 2005: Playing as an amateur, missed the cut at the U.S. Open. Amateur: Three-time All-America at Auburn. Two-time Academic All-America. Won three college tournaments. Runner-up at the NCAA Championship. Semifinalist at the U.S. Amateur. Was named to the World Amateur team, representing the United States along with Spencer Levin. Winner of the Southern Amateur. Two-time Walker Cup member. Qualified for the 2005 U.S. Open as an amateur
Alabama Junior State Amateur champion
Class 6A state champion at Benjamin Russell High School.