Biggest thrill in golf came in 1978 when his parents were on hand to see him capture his first PGA TOUR victory in San Antonio.
Won all-state honors in basketball while in high school and was also a member of two state championship teams.
Named his youngest son after former President Ronald Reagan and says his biggest thrill outside of golf was the day his son, Reagan, was born.
Is an owner of a water-treatment business.
Favorite TV show is "Friends," while favorite athlete is the late Sam Snead.
Favorite movie is the "The Sound of Music."
His favorite golf courses are Hillcrest CC in Bartlesville, Okla., and Oak Hills CC.
Heroes are Ronald Reagan and his parents.
College roommate of noted swing instructor Hank Haney while at Tulsa.
Carpentry, cars, hunting
PGA TOUR Victories (2)
1978 San Antonio Texas Open
1981 Michelob-Houston Open
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (1)
2005 Commerce Bank Championship
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
1993 NIKE Yuma Open
PGA TOUR Champions: 2004
Commerce Bank Championship: Lone Champions Tour title came at the 2005 Commerce Bank Championship in his 18th career start. Was a three-stroke, wire-to-wire winner over Jim Ahern at Eisenhower Park. The win came 24 years, 2 months, 1 day after his last PGA TOUR victory at the 1981 Michelob-Houston Open. Along with his 1993 Yuma Open title on the Web.com Tour, he became the first player ever to win events on all three Tours.
SAS Championship presented by Forbes: Played in events through the PGA TOUR Career Victory category, with his best finish a T28 at the SBC Championship in San Antonio that year.