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Born: 1969-07-15, Tuscaloosa, Al.
Nationality: USA
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 175lbs
Home: Orlando, Fl.
College: Alabama
Turned Pro: 1992
Joined PGA Tour: 1994
Official World Golf Ranking: 1129
Notes: Early in 1994, rescheduled his wedding day so it would n0t conflict with Qualifying Tournament. Later that season won a Buick for soon-to-be wife, Kim, with a hole-in-one at Buick Challenge. Worked tirelessly in 2011 to help raise money for victims of the tornado that hit his hometown of Tuscaloosa. Father, Dick, coached Alabama's golf team from 1961-64. Was a semifinalist in the 1991 U.S. Amateur, lost to runner-up Manny Zerman on the 19th hole. Finished T24th at the 19...

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Dicky Pride

Early in 1994, rescheduled his wedding day so it would n0t conflict with Qualifying Tournament. Later that season won a Buick for soon-to-be wife, Kim, with a hole-in-one at Buick Challenge. Worked tirelessly in 2011 to help raise money for victims of the tornado that hit his hometown of Tuscaloosa. Father, Dick, coached Alabama's golf team from 1961-64.
Was a semifinalist in the 1991 U.S. Amateur, lost to runner-up Manny Zerman on the 19th hole. Finished T24th at the 1993 PGA Tour Q-School, getting his Tour card for 1994. His rookie year would be his best year (until 2012) as he won the FedEx St. Jude Classic and had another top-ten finish (T8th Deposit Guaranty Golf). Finished the year 57th on the money list with earnings of $305,769. Between 1995 and 2010 would only finish one other time in the top-125 of the money list, in 1996 was 125th with earnings of $167,852.
Has been to the school every year between 1997 and 2011 (15 straight years), making it to the final stage in 11 years and getting his tour card in 1993, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2006.
Has been a regular on the Web.Com Tour in 2005, '06, '08, '09, '10, '11 & '15. In 153 Web.Com starts has made 87 cuts, finished in the top-25, 40 times, in the top-ten, 13 times with two 3rds, one runner-up at the 2010 Cox Classic and one win at the 2015 WinCo Foods Portland Open.. For his 153 starts has earnings of $797,744 and his highest yearly position was 5th in 2015.
Had his first top-five in nearly three years in his first start of 2012 season with a T5th at the Mayakoba Golf Classic. His last top-five was a T4th at the 2009 U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. With that got him into the next event on the schedule the Honda Classic were he finished T7th. It marked the first time in his career he had posted top-10s in successive weeks. His next start finished T20th in Puerto Rico. Made his biggest stride in his comeback at the HP Byron Nelson Championship. Drained a par putt of 22 feet, 7 inches to finish 10-under 270, but then watched as Jason Dufner in the final group made a 25-foot, 5-inch birdie putt to edge him by a shot. His first-career runner-up effort was also a career-high third top-10 finish of the season. Was attempting to set the PGA Tour record for longest time between victories, which would have been a span of 17 years, 9 months, 19 days since his win at the 1994 FedEx St. Jude Classic.
With Pride over the $1 million mark in earnings in 2012, he was guaranteed to finally break his streak of having to go back to Q-School and had a PGA Tour card for 2013.
2013 Notes: Made 12 of 23 PGA Tour cuts, with two top-10s. Finished 144th in the FedExCup standings. Played in all four Web.com Tour Finals events but was not able to improve his status for the 2014 season. Making his 9th start at the Sony Open in Hawaii, posted his first top 10 finish (19th of his career), with rounds of 68-67-64-67 for a T-9th finish. Next top 10 came 21 starts later, finishing T-5th at the Reno-Tahoe Open. With 32 points, finished 12 points behind champion Gary Woodland in the Modified Stableford scoring format.
2015 Notes: Split his time between the PGA Tour and Web.com Tour. Enjoyed more success on the Web.com Tour, garnering a win and a pair of third-place finishes among his 18 starts, that also included three top-10s. Made three cuts in five starts on the PGA Tour, with a T-27th at the Puerto Rico Open his best showing. Had his best finish in several years with a T-3rd effort at the season-opening Panama Claro Championship on the Web.com Tour. Recorded his second T-3rd performance of the year in Springfield, at the Price Cutter Charity Championship. Arrived in Portland No. 40 on the money list, thanks to a T-18th at the News Sentinel Open the week before. Earned his first Web.Com Tour victory at the WinCo Foods Portland Open in his 149th start and secured a PGA Tour card in the Regular Season finale. The $144,000 first-place prize vaulted him to No. 5 on the Regular Season money list. Played in the first two Web.com Tour Finals' events, making the cut at the Hotel Fitness Championship (T-69th) and the Small Business Connection Championship at River Run (T-64th) before skipping the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship due to fatigue. Missed the cut at the Web.com Tour Championship. Finished No. 105 in the Web.com Tour Finals.
2016 Notes: Has made the cut four times in 10 starts, best finish T-58th at the Zurich Classic.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 662, Cuts Made: 301 (45%), Top Tens: 35 (5%) , Rounds: 1864, Scoring Avg: 71.60, Career Earnings: $6,642,348 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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