Says his biggest thrill in golf was winning the USGA Junior Amateur Championship in 1970
Also active in golf course design with Robbins/Koch Golf Designs, Inc.
Golf course design, reading, music
PGA TOUR Victories (6)
1976 Tallahassee Open
1977 Florida Citrus Open
1983 Doral-Eastern Open
1984 Isuzu-Andy Williams San Diego Open, Bay Hill Classic
1988 Panasonic Las Vegas Invitational
PGA TOUR Champions (3)
2003 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf Raphael Division [with Roger Maltbie].
2008 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf Raphael Division [with Roger Maltbie].
2009 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf Raphael Division [with Roger Maltbie].
PGA TOUR Champions (1)
2014 Florida Senior Open Championship.
2009: Again teamed with Roger Maltbie to win the Raphael Division at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf. 2008: Joined forces with Roger Maltbie to win the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf's Raphael Division for a second time. 2004: Was T2 at The ACE Group Classic after being involved in a three-man playoff with winner Craig Stadler and Tom Watson. Appeared to be in command with a three-stroke lead with five holes to play, but bogeyed the 14th and 17th holes to surrender his lead and then fell back into overtime after missing a long birdie try. Watched Stadler sink a 27-foot birdie putt that eliminated him. Was the first-round leader after setting a course record at The Club at TwinEagles, a 10-under-par 62, his lowest round on either the PGA TOUR or Champions Tour, that included an 8-under 28 on the back nine. Added a second T2 that year at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf when he and Gil Morgan finished one stroke behind Hale Irwin in Savannah, GA. 2003: Won the 36-hole Raphael Division with Roger Maltbie (for players ages 50 to 69) at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf. 2002: Made his final PGA TOUR appearance, missing the cut at the Bay Hill Classic. 1989: Had his final two top-10s of his PGA TOUR career, both coming in Florida. Was T9 at the Honda Classic followed by a T8 at THE PLAYERS Championship two weeks later. 1988: Won the last of his six PGA TOUR titles, at the Panasonic-Las Vegas Invitational. Finished the season with his best earnings year of his career, with $414,694 to put him 24th on the money list. 1984: Enjoyed his highest money-list finish, placing 17th on the strength of two wins, at the Isuzu-Andy Williams San Diego Open and the Bay Hill Classic. In San Diego, he began the final round six strokes behind but made it into a playoff, where he defeated Gary Hallberg with a birdie on the second hole
A few weeks later, in Florida, he had the same scenario play out in Orlando. He entered the Bay Hill Classic's final round six strokes back, made it into a playoff then defeated George Burns, again with a birdie on the second extra hole. Amateur: First-team All-American from 1972-74 and a member of Florida's 1973 NCAA Championship team
Winner of 10 collegiate events
Member of 1973 and 1975 U.S. Walker Cup squads and 1974 U.S. World Amateur team. Gained his first taste of professional golf when he qualified for the 1973 U.S. Open at Oakmont as an amateur and finished 57th