Worked as a club professional for five years at Oak Tree and PGA West
Younger brother Jeff has made 17 career starts on the PGA TOUR and was a member of the Web.com Tour in 1994 and 2001-06
Took up golf at the age of 14 after a fractured leg kept him from participating in other sports.
Playing guitar, snow skiing, fast cars
Web.com Tour Victories (2)
1998 NIKE Knoxville Open, NIKE San Jose Open
Missed the cut at the True South Classic in his only PGA TOUR start. Also played on the Champions Tour.
2011: Made just one start, missing the cut at the Viking Classic. On the Champions Tour, made two starts, with his best finish a T23 at the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. 2010: Shared the first-round lead at the Senior PGA Championship in May following a 6-under-par 66 and eventually finished T8 in the Champion Tour's first major championship, marking his only top-10 finish in nine starts during the season
Was the only player over 50 to make the cut at the Reno-Tahoe Open and eventually finished T67, his best finish in four PGA TOUR starts. 2009: Made debut on the Champions Tour, with a best finish of T8 at the U.S. Senior Open. Made his first PGA TOUR cut in four years with a T69 at the Puerto Rico Open, dating to the 2005 FedEx St. Jude Classic. Played extensively on the Web.com Tour for the fifth consecutive season, making two cuts in eight starts. 2004: Last top-10 finish on the PGA TOUR came at the B.C. Open, where he finished T3. 1998: Among his 13 career top-10 finishes on the Web.com Tour, seven came during the 1998 season, including wins at the Knoxville Open and San Jose Open. Finished a career-high second on the money list. 1995: Enjoyed his best season on the PGA TOUR money list with a 68th place finish. Among his 12 career top-10s on the PGA TOUR, posted his career-best finish that season with a T2 at the GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic. 1994: Posted career-best numbers in top-10 finishes (three), top-25 finishes (7) and made cuts (20). 1993: Low medalist at Q-School for the second time in his career. 1988: Earned individual medalist honors at the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament, the first of his six successful trips through Q-School.