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Official World Golf Ranking: 1940
Born: Sun,Jan 5,1969 - Orlando, Fla.
Age: 55y 6m 15d, Nationality: USA
Height: 6', Weight: 185lbs
Home: Memphis, Tenn.
College: Indiana
Turned Pro: 1992, Joined PGA Tour: 1994, Joined Champions Tour: 2019
Notes: He was honored with the 1994 Sons of Confederate Veterans award for bravery after saving two people from a sinking car while at a golf tournament in North Carolina. First-team All-American in 1991. He became the fifth consecutive first-time major winner with his victory at the 2003 PGA Championship and finished 32nd on the money list, his best on Tour. He stunned the golf world by earning his first PGA Tour victory in his 164th PGA Tour start (third career major start) at the...

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Shaun Micheel

He was honored with the 1994 Sons of Confederate Veterans award for bravery after saving two people from a sinking car while at a golf tournament in North Carolina. First-team All-American in 1991. He became the fifth consecutive first-time major winner with his victory at the 2003 PGA Championship and finished 32nd on the money list, his best on Tour. He stunned the golf world by earning his first PGA Tour victory in his 164th PGA Tour start (third career major start) at the 2003 PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y. He was the first player since John Daly (1991) to capture his first PGA Tour event at PGA Championship. With the win, he jumped from No. 169 to No. 46th in the Official World Golf Ranking. They held the lead outright after 36 holes and shared the lead with Chad Campbell through 54 holes. Playing the 72nd hole with a one-shot lead, they rifled 7-iron from 175 yards to within two inches of the hole for a memorable birdie and a two-stroke victory over Campbell. His lone top-25th finish of the 2008 PGA Tour season came with a T-21st at the Puerto Rico Open. Didn't play again after the hometown event, the Stanford St. Jude Championship, in early June. He underwent surgery on his left shoulder on June 10 to repair a torn labrum.
He was friendly with the rock band KISS and was a backstage guest of the band in Columbus, Ohio, the week following his PGA Championship win in 2003. Father was one of the original pilots for FedEx in 1973.
Member of the Korn Ferry Tour in 1996 and '99.
1996 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 27; in money - 15; Top-10 finishes - 1; money $22,007 (ranked 82nd); best finish T-10th, Nike San Jose Open.
1997 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 5; in money - 3; Top-10 finishes - 1; money $18,140 (ranked 92nd); best finish T-4th, Nike Louisiana Open.
1999 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 25; in money - 19; Top-10 finishes -6; scoring average 70.64 (ranked 9th); money $173,411 (ranked 9th); Winner Greensboro Open.
He played on a Major Medical Extension in 2009. Made nine of 16 cuts on the PGA Tour with two top-25 finishes, didn't play again after hometown event, the Stanford St. Jude Championship, in early June. He underwent surgery on his left shoulder on June 10 to repair a torn labrum.
Not only did he have to battle coming back from injury in 2010, but he also watched his Mother Donna suffer through lung cancer and then lose her battle in October. He finished three times in the top-25 and ended the year 88th on the money list.
2011 was a challenging year. He only made 12 cuts in 27 starts and one top-25 finish, T22nd at Memorial Tournament. He was 188th on the money list and returned to Q-School but finished T93rd, so he split his time between PGA Tour and European Tour.
2012 Notes: Only played in 12 events, best finish T32nd at Puerto Rico Open. I went back to Q-School but finished T12th.
2013 Notes: He had a tough year, missing the cut in all of his PGA and Korn Ferry Tour starts.
2014 Notes: I had a heart procedure on April 17 to insert four stents. On April 23, he discovered he was the first alternate into the WNB Golf Classic on the Korn Ferry Tour and eventually got into the field that day. Shot a 75-69 to miss the cut by one shot.
2014 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 8; in money - 3; Top-10 finishes - 3; money $4,606 (ranked 196th); best finish T-52nd, Chile Classic.
2015 Notes: Played in just five events on the PGA Tour, T-47th Puerto Rico Open, Cut at FedEx St. Jude Classic, T-48th at Barbasol Championship, and missed the cut at Barracuda and PGA Championship.
2016 Notes: Played twice, missing the cut at the FedEx St. Jude Classic and PGA Championship. Although he previously intended to play in some qualifiers across the country, Micheel put his career on hold for the last few months to spend time with his father, who is battling brain cancer.
2017 Notes: Missed the cut at the Sanderson Farms Championship and PGA Championship, was 81st in the Barbasol Championship. As since been playing regularly on the Korn Ferry Tour.
2017 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 13; in money - 4; Top-10 finishes - 0; money $6,253 (ranked 190th); best finish T-43rd News Sentinel Open.
2018 Korn Ferry Summary: Tournaments Entered - 10; Rounds Played - 25; In Money - 3; Top-10 Finishes - 0; Scoring Average - 72.48 (Rank N/A); Regular Season Money - $7,906 (Rank 208th); Best finish T-29th Club Colombia Championship
2018 Notes: Played in 4 events, was T-70th at the Barbasol, missed cut at PGA Championship, Sanderson Farms, and Corales Puntacana.
2019 Notes: He played in 12 PGA Tour Champions Tour events, with two top-25 finishes. He became eligible to play on the PGA Tour Champions; in his first event, he finished T-51st at the Rapiscan Systems Classic. With partner Loren Roberts, he finished T-17th at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf. His best Individual finish was T-16th at the Regions Tradition. He was 76th on the Schwab Cup money list. He missed the cut in the PGA Championship.
2020 & 2021 Notes: He missed the cut in the 2020 Barracuda Championship and 2020 PGA Championship. On the PGA Tour Champions, he was T-31st at the 2020 Hoag Classic and T-45th at the 2020 Bridgestone Senior Players. In 2021, he missed the cut at the PGA Championship, and his best finish on the Champions Tour was T-31st at the Shaw Charity Classic.
2022 Notes: He missed the cut in the PGA Championship. In four PGA Tour Champions events, his best finish was T-23rd at the Shaw Charity Classic.
2023 Notes: Missed the cut at the PGA Championship, T-18th at Dick's Sporting Goods.
2024 Notes: Missed the cut at the PGA Championship.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 556, Cuts Made: 301 (54%), Top Tens: 31 (6%) , Rounds: 1641, Scoring Avg: 71.54, Career Earnings: $10,459,393 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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