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Born: 1967-01-08, Portales, N.M.
Nationality: USA
Height: 5'8, Weight: 150lbs
Home: Albuquerque, N.M.
College: New Mexico
Turned Pro: 1992
Joined PGA Tour: 1998
Official World Golf Ranking: 1940
Notes: Winner of the 1989 Western Athletic Conference individual championship. College teammate of PGA Tour member Tim Herron. Season ticket holder for the University of New Mexico basketball and football games. Since getting through the PGA Tour Q-School in 1997 has been successful at Q-school in 1998, 2001, '07 & '08. Bounced around between the PGA Tour, Web.Com Tour, and Canadian Tour from 1998 to the present. Traveled with his wife and dog for three years in a recreational...

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Kent Jones

Winner of the 1989 Western Athletic Conference individual championship. College teammate of PGA Tour member Tim Herron. Season ticket holder for the University of New Mexico basketball and football games.
Since getting through the PGA Tour Q-School in 1997 has been successful at Q-school in 1998, 2001, '07 & '08. Bounced around between the PGA Tour, Web.Com Tour, and Canadian Tour from 1998 to the present. Traveled with his wife and dog for three years in a recreational vehicle while playing the Canadian Tour (1993-94) and the Hooters Tour (1995). Finally sold the vehicle after putting more than 200,000 miles on it.
Earned his card for 1999 by finishing T-35th at the 1998 Qualifying Tournament.
Played full time on the PGA Tour in 1998, '99, 2001-'09. Played a total of 362 events making 183 cuts. Was in the top-ten, 11 times. His best finish was T-5th in the 2010 Reno-Tahoe Open. In all his years on the PGA Tour was never in the top-100 of the money or FedEx Cup list. His best year was 2006 when he finished 101st. That year he had two top-tens, T-6th at the 84 Lumber Classic and T-7th at the John Deere. In his 362 events, he earned $5,386,476.
Played full time on the Web.Com Tour in 1996, '97, 2000 & 2010-2013. Played in 143 events, winning twice in 2000 the Shreveport Open and Greensboro Open. In that year he had his best year on the Web.Com Tour finishing 7th on the money list. In his career, he won $412,668.
2017 Notes: On turning 50 decided to play senior golf and was able to make five starts, four of them through open qualifying. Was T-11th at the Pacific Links Bear Mountain Championship in September where he had qualified with a 64. Was T-9th finish at the American Family Insurance Championship in June which earned him a berth in the 3M Championship as a top-10 finisher not previously exempt. Earned fully-exempt status for 2018 by finishing 3rd at the PGA TOUR Champions National Qualifying Tournament in Scottsdale.
2018 Notes: Played in 21 PGA Tour Champions events he had five top-ten finishes. Best was T-3rd in the Dominion Energy Charity, he was 2 shots back of winner Woody Austin. Ended his year with a T-8th at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, he was one of two rookies to play in that event. He finished 26th in the Charles Schwab Cup.
2019 Notes: Was T-2nd at the Mitsubishi Electric Classic, 2 shots back of winner Scott McCarron. Also shot a final round 66 to finish T-5th at the Principal Charity Classic.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 557, Cuts Made: 301 (54%), Top Tens: 34 (6%) , Rounds: 1656, Scoring Avg: 71.22, Career Earnings: $7,289,819 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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