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Born: 1964-02-20, Columbia, Mo.
Nationality: USA
Height: 5' 9, Weight: 165lbs
Home: Houston, Texas
College: Texas A&M
Turned Pro: 1986
Joined PGA Tour: 1991
Joined Champions Tour: 2014
Official World Golf Ranking: 1940
Notes: Began playing golf in seventh grade after his family moved to The Woodlands, Texas. He turned professional after graduating from Texas A&M. When he did not earn his PGA Tour card, Maggert played overseas for a number of years. He returned to compete on the Web.com Tour in 1990. Maggert earned his exemption to the PGA Tour after being named the Player of the Year, and as the leading money winner on the Web.com Tour that year with $108,644, he was the first player to surpas...

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Jeff Maggert

Began playing golf in seventh grade after his family moved to The Woodlands, Texas. He turned professional after graduating from Texas A&M. When he did not earn his PGA Tour card, Maggert played overseas for a number of years. He returned to compete on the Web.com Tour in 1990. Maggert earned his exemption to the PGA Tour after being named the Player of the Year, and as the leading money winner on the Web.com Tour that year with $108,644, he was the first player to surpass the $100,000 mark on the Web.com Tour. Won the 1980 Texas State Junior, and he was an All-American at Texas A&M in 1986.
Member of the 1995 and 1997 Ryder Cup Team and member of the 1994 Presidents Cup Team.
1990 Web.com Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 22; in money - 17; top-10 finishes - 13; scoring average 70.02 (ranked first); money $108,644 (ranked first); won the Knoxville Open & Buffalo Open.
Has played full time on the PGA Tour between 1991 and 2014. Between 1991 and 2007, he finished in the top-125 of the money list. He has played in 615 events with three wins, 16 runner-up finishes and 12 third-place finishes. He has made 369 cuts and finished in the top-10 176 times, accumulating earnings of $19.4 million.
Became the 17th player in PGA Tour Champions history to win in his debut when he edged Billy Andrade by two strokes for the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic title. Holed a 45-foot, uphill, left-to-right breaking putt for a birdie at Fallen Oak's 17th hole just moments before Andrade made bogey in the group behind him. As a result, Maggert went on to win by two shots. Became the first debut winner on the PGA Tour Champions circuit since Rocco Mediate at the 2012 Allianz Championship. At 50 years, 1 month, 3 days, he became the youngest winner since John Huston at the 2011 Dick's Sporting Goods Open. The win in Mississippi also ended a drought of more than seven-plus years since his last PGA Tour title at the 2006 FedEx St. Jude Classic and also made him just the seventh player to win tournaments on all three Tours.
2014 Notes: Joined the PGA Tour Champions in late March playing in 12 events and finishing among the top-10 in half of his starts with his big win at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic. Finished T-3rd at the 3M Championship in August in Minnesota. In September, finished fifth at the Pacific Links Hawai'i Championship, a performance that helped him clinch a spot among the top-30 money-winners. He finished 21st on the money list and 19th in the Schwab Rankings. Made 19 PGA Tour appearances and eight cuts. Was in contention down the stretch at the Travelers Championship, eventually finishing T-7th.
2015 Notes: Had a stellar year with four wins, including two major championships (Regions Tradition, U.S. Senior Open), and more than $2 million in earnings. Won his first event of the year, and first major championship when he defeated Kevin Sutherland in a one-hole playoff at Shoal Creek. Claimed his second major title when he held off a handful of challengers Sunday at the U.S. Senior Open at Del Paso CC. Began the final round tied for the lead with Bernhard Langer, with four other major championship winners all within one stroke of the lead. Shot 5-under-par 65 for the victory that earned him a check for $675,000, the largest of his senior career. The win was also worth an invitation to the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont CC. Added a third victory at the Shaw Charity Classic. Claimed his fourth win of the year two starts later when he prevailed by two shots at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open. Win also put him past the $2-million mark and for the year earned $2,240,836 (2nd best) his biggest single-season earnings in his career. Played at the PGA TOUR's Puerto Rico Open but missed the cut. Named the GWAA Senior Player of the Year.
2016 Notes: Played in 23 events with nine top-10 finishes best was a T-2nd at the Insperity Invitational and T-3rd at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic. Was 4th on the money list and 28th on the Schwab Ranking.
2017 Notes: Slipped from 24th to 44th on the final Charles Schwab Cup money list and failed to advance to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the first time in four years. In 22 events had four top-10s, T-6th at the Boeing Classic, T-8th at the PowerShares QQQ, T-9th at Tucson Conquistadores Classic and American Family Insurance Championship.
2018 Notes: Played in 24 PGA Tour Champions events with six top-10 finishes. Playing in his hometown event the Insperity Invitational, finished T-2nd one shot back of winner Bernhard Langer. Was T-5th at the Regions Tradition and T-9th at the Cologuard Classic. Lost a playoff Vijay Singh at the Constellation Senior Players to finish runner-up. Was T-8th at the Ally Challenge. Advanced to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship for the 4th time in five years and finished 23rd in the final standings.
2019 Notes: T-10th at the Oasis Championship. Was T-3rd at the Hoag Classic a shot back of the Triplett/Austin playoff. Partnered with Jesper Parnevik at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge to finish 4th. Was T-7th at the Insperity Invitational and T-6th at the Regions Tradition.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 766, Cuts Made: 510 (67%), Top Tens: 144 (19%) , Rounds: 2384, Scoring Avg: 70.95, Career Earnings: $25,439,171 - Best Finish: 1st (10 times)
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