Took up golf at age 9 after his family moved to Coral Springs, Fla., and lived adjacent to a course
Enjoys listening to classical, world and instrumental music
Would love to try Navy Seals training one day
Favorite athlete is Muhammad Ali
First job was a range picker using a VW Bettle
First concert he attended was The Cars
Most memorable shot was hitting a left-handed 6-iron (upside down) from 120 yards to 10 feet from the pin.
Took up golf at age 9 after his family moved to Coral Springs, Fla., and lived adjacent to a course.
PGA TOUR Champions Victories (2)
2015 Tucson Conquistadores Classic, The Senior Open Championship presented by Rolex
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
2002 LaSalle Bank Open
PGA TOUR Champions (1)
2015 Suntree Challenge (Sunbelt).
Shared the first-round lead at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai after an 8-under-par 64, before eventually finishing T13 at the event cut to 36 holes due to high winds in the final round.
2013: Finished T58 at the Sanderson Farms Championship in his only PGA TOUR start. Made eight of 17 cuts on the Web.com Tour, with two top-25 finishes. 2012: At No. 222, failed to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs. Made the cut in eight of 22 starts but failed to record a top-25 finish
In the fall, opened with an 8-under 62 at The McGladrey Classic to share the 18-hole lead with Bud Cauley. Struggled after that, with rounds of 75-70-73 to finish 68th.2011: Played majority of the year on the Web.com Tour, with three top-10s in 21 starts. Also made three cuts in three starts on the PGA TOUR
With four rounds in the 60s, best TOUR finish was a T18 at the John Deere Classic
On the Web.com Tour, first top-10 of the year was a T4 at the weather-plagued Fresh Express Classic in California. Was at 8-under par and four shots off the lead after 54 holes. Tournament's final round was first delayed and later canceled because of heavy fog
Four rounds in the 60s at the Cox Classic earned him his second top-10 of the season, a T9
Saved best finish of the season for last, by finishing solo second at the News Sentinel Open, where he posted four rounds in the 60s and had a chance to win Sunday. Birdied three holes on the back nine to post at 19-under, winding up two strokes back of winner Kirk Triplett. Runner-up effort was his best on Tour since a T2 at the 2002 Oregon Classic
In December, finished T8 at the PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament at PGA West in Palm Springs, Calif., to earn his PGA TOUR card for 2012. 2010: Failed to crack the top 10 in 10 PGA TOUR starts
Played 15 Web.com Tour events, with one top-10 finish. Best performance, a T4, came at his first event of the season, the Panama CLARO Championship. It was his best Web.com Tour showing since a T2 at the 2002 Oregon Classic. Ended the year No. 97 on the money list. 2009: Finished T40 at the Valero Texas Open for his only made cut in six events. Ended the Web.com Tour season No. 74 on the money list after making 14 cuts in 19 starts but had only two top-10 finishes. Finished T6 at both the South Georgia Classic and the Chattanooga Classic. 2008: Made the cut in 12 of 21 starts on the PGA TOUR, with top-10 finishes at the inaugural Puerto Rico Open (T6) and the Zurich Classic of New Orleans (T10), giving him back-to-back top-10 finishes for the first time since 2003. Only start on the Web.com Tour in resulted in T6 at the South Georgia Classic for his first top-10 on that Tour since finishing second at the 2002 Oregon Classic. 2007: Best finish came with a T5 at the Buick Open in early July. Finished 145th on the money list. 2006: Sitting at No. 163 on TOUR money list entering the FUNAI Classic, finished T5 with four rounds in the 60s. With payday of $161,575, moved to No. 139 and earned a top-10 exemption into the season's final full-field event, the Chrysler Championship, where he missed the cut in final attempt at a top-125 finish. 2005: Received a Major Medical Extension for 2005. Ended the season 139th on the money list to earn partial status for the 2006 season
In his first round on the PGA TOUR since the 2003 Honda Classic (missed rest of 2003 season due to back surgery), shared the first-round lead of the Ford Championship at Doral with three others after an opening 8-under 64. Finished T79
In 16th start, yielded first top-10 of season with a T8 at the Deutsche Bank Championship. 2004: Made six starts before season was cut short due to back surgery in April. 2003: One of six Web.com Tour graduates from the class of 2002 to retain TOUR card, finishing in top 125 for the first time since 1996
Best finish of the year was a T7 at the Buick Invitational, his first top-10 since T6 at Buick Challenge in 1996, a span of 68 events. Collected a career-best $130,950
Followed with a T10 the next week at the Nissan Open. 2002: Continued to play under Major Medical Extension carryover from 2001 season. After playing in 19 events in 2001, had one remaining event in 2002 to earn $174,047 and keep Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the season. Missed cut at the Touchstone Energy Tucson Open, then spent the remainder of the year on the Web.com Tour where he finished eighth and picked up his first win at the LaSalle Bank Open in Chicago. Win came in his 309th combined start on the Web.com Tour/PGA TOUR. Added runners-up finishes at the Dayton Open and the Oregon Classic. 2001: Playing on a Medical Extension, earned $172,738 in 19 events. Made 10 cuts and had two top-25 finishes. 2000: Only played in 10 TOUR events before undergoing back surgery on May 30. 1999: Became the first player in Web.com Tour history to earn more than $200,000 without benefit of a victory. Finished third on Web.com Tour money list to earn PGA TOUR card for 2000. Carded a 69 in the final round of the Web.com Tour Championship, the only sub-70 on the last day, and forced a playoff with eventual winner Bob Heintz. 1998: Spent most of the season retooling his game, changing from a right-to-left approach to a preferred left-to-right style. Played in only one tournament. 1996: Finished in top 100 for second consecutive season. Posted three top-10 finishes, including a T3 at the Buick Invitational and T4 at CVS Charity Classic. 1995: Finished No. 71 on the TOUR money list. Closest brush with victory on the PGA TOUR came at the Greater Milwaukee Open where final-round 67 left him in second place, three behind winner Scott Hoch, for a $108,000 payday. Member of the TOUR from 1991 through 1997. Amateur: Was a teammate of Lee Janzen and Rocco Mediate at Florida Southern.