Wife, Randolyn; Brendalyn (2/3/81), Lauren Michelle (8/14/83), Michael Daniel (10/2/86), Clarissa Ann (5/27/90), John William (9/29/93); Hannah Jo (5/7/97); two grandchildren
Brigham Young University (1976, Public Relations)
Earned the nickname "Radar" for his accuracy off the tee
Has done some consulting work on a few golf course projects
Biggest thrill in golf was capturing the 1988 NEC World Series of Golf
Got his start in the game as a five-year-old when his father introduced he and his two brothers to the game
Heroes are his father, Charles Lindbergh and Rudyard Kipling
Biggest thrill away from golf was his marriage and the birth of his six children
Favorite golf course is Cypress Point, enjoys the music of Vince Gill and likes all Italian food
Two of his all-time favorite movies are "Casablanca" and "It's a Wonderful Life."
Wife teaches piano
Brother, Bill, was the general manager of the TPC Sawgrass at one time
Underwent LASIK surgery in 2004.
Snow skiing, hiking, fishing, family activities
PGA TOUR Victories (2)
1987 Seiko Tucson Open
1988 NEC World Series of Golf
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
2005 Senior PGA Championship
2009 JELD-WEN Tradition
PGA TOUR Champions (8)
1975 Western Athletic Conference Championship [indiv].
1976 Pacific Coast Amateur.
1981 Utah Open.
1983 Shootout at Jeremy Ranch [with Bob Goalby], Utah Open.
1985 Utah Open.
1990 Casio World Open.
2007 Champions Challenge [with Mark O'Meara].
First victory came in 11th year on TOUR. Pulled away with closing 67 at 1987 Seiko Tucson Open. Four-stroke victory earned place in 1988 NEC World Series of Golf, which he won in playoff with Tom Watson. Par on first extra hole earned 10-year PGA TOUR exemption. Win helped him to best earnings year with $533,343, 15th on money list. Two top-10 finishes in 1998 highlighted season in which he squeaked into top 125 one year after his 10-year exemption had expired. Finished No. 123 on money list
Enjoyed best year on TOUR since 1990 in 1997 made 15 of 25 cuts and had three top-10 finishes, his most since 1990. Came close to first victory since 1988 with his playoff loss at Hawaiian Open. Shot 62 to share first-round lead at Waialae CC, slipped with second-round 72 but took lead with third-round 66. Headed into final round with one-stroke edge over Paul Stankowski, then shot Sunday 71, leading to playoff with Jim Furyk and Stankowski. Eliminated with bogey on first extra hole. It was his first runner-up finish on TOUR since 1990 Kmart Greater Greensboro Classic
Other top-10 finishes in 1997 came at Tucson Chrysler Classic (T10) and Las Vegas Invitational (T6)
Won driving accuracy title in 1980, first year official statistics were kept
Utah Open champion in 1983 and 1985
Teamed with Champions Tour player Bob Goalby to win unofficial Shootout at Jeremy Ranch in Utah in 1985
1974 and 1975 All-American at Brigham Young University