Gallagher family was selected as the National Golf Month Family for 1995 by PGA of America
Father Jim is a PGA Professional in Marion, Ind
Wife Cissye is a former LPGA member and sister Jackie Gallagher-Smith and brother Jeff were both touring professionals. Jeff often serves as his brother's caddy
His daughter Mary Langdon was the winner of the 2010 Mississippi State Amateur and was a member of the Mississippi State women's golf team. Helped the squad earn its first NCAA Championship appearance in 2013
Another daughter, Kathleen, won the Mississippi Women's Golf Association state amateur title in 2013 and lost in the final to her sister in 2014
Is part-owner of Gallagher-Meeks Cotton Co. in Greenwood, Miss
Previously served a stint as a golf commentator for USA Network and CNBC
Some of his favorite TV shows are "CSI: Miami," "Dirty Jobs," "Swamp People," "Deadliest Catch" and "Storm Chasers."
Enjoys following college basketball and SEC football
First job was a caddie position at Meshingomesia CC in Marion, Ind
Favorite movies are "The Rookie," "Remember the Titans" and the first two in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series
Favorite meal is a ribeye steak, a sweet potato, Caesar salad and cherry pie à la mode
His favorite team as a kid was the Chicago Bears
Most memorable vacation was going to his parents' 50th wedding anniversary
Says his most memorable shot was his eagle-2 at No. 17 at Castle Pines at The International
If he's not playing golf, he enjoys hunting, raising his four kids and being involved in their activities
Cell phone ring is "Rocky Top."
Would love to trade places for a day with Bill Gates.
Hunting, coaching and watching his children play sports
PGA TOUR Victories (5)
1990 Greater Milwaukee Open
1993 Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic, THE TOUR Championship
1995 KMart Greater Greensboro Open, FedEx St. Jude Classic
PGA TOUR Champions (2)
1983 Indiana Open.
1985 Magnolia State Classic.
2010: Played sparingly on the PGA TOUR and Nationwide Tour, making one cut on each Tour in three and four starts, respectively. 2009: Missed cut in two starts on PGA TOUR but made two cuts in eight starts on Nationwide Tour. Received sponsor invite to Viking Classic in home state of Mississippi but never got to play as event was canceled when poor weather made Annandale Golf Club unplayable. 2008: Made one cut in seven PGA TOUR starts, a 76th-place finish at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. Missed the cut in three Nationwide Tour starts. 2007: Played in nine TOUR events, with a season-best T59 at the Ginn Sur Mer Classic, and five Nationwide Tour events, with a best finish of T55 at the Knoxville Open. 2004: Finished T10 at the B.C. Open, his first top-10 since a T5 at the 2002 Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic. 1985: Second $1-million season of his career, when he won twice. Stood in 10th place, seven strokes behind leader Jeff Sluman, entering final round of Kmart Greater Greensboro Open. Shot final-round 66 for one-stroke victory. Shot second-round 62 to take lead for good at FedEx St. Jude Classic. 1994: Represented United States at inaugural Presidents Cup, where his record was 3-1. 1993: First $1 million season of his career, when he won Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic and THE TOUR Championship. Final-round 65 at Anheuser-Busch was good for two-stroke victory over Chip Beck and helped earn spot on first Ryder Cup team, where he defeated Seve Ballesteros, 3 and 2, to seal U.S. victory. Opened THE TOUR Championship at Olympic Club with course-record 63 en route to one-stroke victory over Greg Norman and David Frost. 1990: First TOUR victory came at Greater Milwaukee Open, where he defeated Ed Dougherty and Billy Mayfair on first playoff hole. 1985: Leading money winner on Tournament Players Series.