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Born: 1972-09-14, Albuquerque, N.M.
Nationality: USA
Height: 5'11", Weight: 195lbs
Home: Albuquerque, N.M.
College: Stanford
Turned Pro: 1995
Joined PGA Tour: 1999
Official World Golf Ranking: 1866
Notes: Began playing golf when he was six. Father played twilight golf with Notah tagging along. He is Half Navajo, one-quarter San Felipe and one-quarter Isleta.
*Putts left or right-handed, depending upon the break of the putt.
* Member of the Stanford golf team which won the 1994 NCAA Championship. Shot 62 in the second round which is the lowest 18-hole score in the NCAA Championship.
* Member of the 1995 Walker Cup team
* Member of 2000 Presidents Cup team
* Got ...

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Notah Begay III

Began playing golf when he was six. Father played twilight golf with Notah tagging along. He is Half Navajo, one-quarter San Felipe and one-quarter Isleta.
*Putts left or right-handed, depending upon the break of the putt.
* Member of the Stanford golf team which won the 1994 NCAA Championship. Shot 62 in the second round which is the lowest 18-hole score in the NCAA Championship.
* Member of the 1995 Walker Cup team
* Member of 2000 Presidents Cup team
* Got on the PGA Tour by finishing 10th on the Nike Tour money list from 1998. Became the first player in Nike Tour history to shot 59 when he fired it in the 2nd round of the Nike Dominion Open. His round included nine birdies and two eagles (one was a hole-in-one) and he shot 27 (9-under) on his second nine.
*At the 1998 Nike Lehigh Valley Open lost a nine hole playoff to Eric Booker. Its the longest playoff in Nike Tour history. Was the Nike Tour player of the month in September of 1998 when he finished T-14th, and T-2nd twice. In his 12 rounds played that month, all of them were par or better.
1998 Nike Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 22; in money - 15; top-10 finishes - 6; stroke average 70.09 (ranked 5th); money $136,289 (ranked 10th); best finish 2nd (four times) Nike St. Louis Golf Classic, Nike Lehigh Valley Open, T-2nd, Nike Boise Open and Nike Oregon Classic.
1999 PGA Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 29; in money - 22; top-10 finishes - 2; stroke average 70.93 (ranked 63rd); money $1,255,314 (ranked 31st); winner, Reno-Tahoe Open & Michelob Championship At Kingsmill.
2000 PGA Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 24; in money - 17; top-10 finishes - 4; stroke average 70.73 (ranked 47th); money $1,819,323 (ranked 20th); winner, FedEx St. Jude Classic & Canon Greater Hartford Open

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 290, Cuts Made: 133 (46%), Top Tens: 21 (7%) , Rounds: 832, Scoring Avg: 71.69, Career Earnings: $5,504,764 - Best Finish: 1st (4 times)
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