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Born: 1961-06-24, Spring Lakes, N.C.
Nationality: USA
Height: 6'1, Weight: 185lbs
Home: Scottsdale, Ariz.
College: Arizona State
Turned Pro: 1985
Joined PGA Tour: 1989
Joined Champions Tour: 2012
Notes: PGA Life Member from Scottsdale, Ariz., who competed from 1987-2005 on the PGA Tour and from 2010-15 on the PGA Tour Champions. On the PGA Tour, he played a total of 461 events, winning the 2000 Touchstone Energy Tucson Open. He made the cut in 269 events and had 26 top-10 finishes. He ended his career earning $4,766,514. His best year was 1989 when he finished 33rd on the money list with $319,719. Money-wise his best year was 2000 when he won $964,346 and was 48th on t...

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Jim Carter

PGA Life Member from Scottsdale, Ariz., who competed from 1987-2005 on the PGA Tour and from 2010-15 on the PGA Tour Champions. On the PGA Tour, he played a total of 461 events, winning the 2000 Touchstone Energy Tucson Open. He made the cut in 269 events and had 26 top-10 finishes. He ended his career earning $4,766,514. His best year was 1989 when he finished 33rd on the money list with $319,719. Money-wise his best year was 2000 when he won $964,346 and was 48th on the money list. Played in 99 Web.Com Tour events and won the 1994 New Mexico Charity Classic. Made 57 cuts and was in the top-10, 15 times. Earned a total of $254,750.
On the PGA Tour Champions, he played in 31 events through 2015.
Finished runner-up by one stroke to John DalCorrobo in the 2015 Senior PGA Professional Championship and was the 1983 NCAA Champion at Arizona State (the first in school history), and a two-time First-Team All-America selection and All-Pac 10 Conference selection. Winner of 1981, 1984 Arizona State Amateur Championship and 1983-84 Southwest Amateur. Carter was the 1984 Arizona State University Athlete of the Year and was inducted into the Arizona State University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995. In 2007, he was inducted into the Mesa City Sports Hall of Fame. His best major championship finish came at the 2002 U.S. Open, finishing T-24th. Was sixth in the 2011 Tour Qualifying School, just missing out on earning a PGA Tour Champions card, but earned automatic entry because Qualifying School medalist Jeff Freeman (the 1999 PGA Professional Champion) did not turn 50 until April 2012.
2016 Notes: Since he finished T-13th at PGA Tour Champions Qualifying School last December, he got on the Tour for this year. Playing on a sponsor's exemption, he started the year with a second-place finish at the Tucson Conquistadors where he was a shot back of winner Woody Austin. It would be his only top-ten finish, in 17 starts finished 47th on the money list and Schwab rankings. Had to return to Champions Q-School finished T-14th to get limited privileges for 2017.
2017 Notes: Made 21 starts during the year, the most he's made in six seasons on PGA Tour Champions Tour. Did not record a top-10 finish, his best finish was a T-17th at the Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship. Finished 72nd on the money list, he went back to PGA Tour Champions Tour Q-School finishing T-12th.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 634, Cuts Made: 395 (62%), Top Tens: 43 (7%) , Rounds: 1962, Scoring Avg: 71.35, Career Earnings: $6,009,034 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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