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Born: 1963-02-22, Lautoka, Fiji
Nationality: FJI
Height: 6' 2, Weight: 210lbs
Home: Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Turned Pro: 1982
Joined PGA Tour: 1993
Joined Champions Tour: 2013
Official World Golf Ranking: 676
Notes: Singh, Fiji's first and only world-class golfer, is a three-time major winner (2000 Masters and 1998 and 2004 PGA Championship) and has won titles in Malaysia, France, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Zimbabwe, Singapore, Spain, Germany, England, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Canada, South Korea and the United States. He learned the game from his father, an airplane technician who also taught golf. Admired Tom Weiskopf while growing up and used his swing as an early model f...

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Vijay Singh

Singh, Fiji's first and only world-class golfer, is a three-time major winner (2000 Masters and 1998 and 2004 PGA Championship) and has won titles in Malaysia, France, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Zimbabwe, Singapore, Spain, Germany, England, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Canada, South Korea and the United States. He learned the game from his father, an airplane technician who also taught golf. Admired Tom Weiskopf while growing up and used his swing as an early model for his own. Noted for his rigorous practice routine. Once held a club professional position in Borneo. Of Indian ancestry, his first name means "victory" in Hindi. Completed a major achievement in 2003 with four victories, plus 14 top-10 finishes in only 27 starts. Finished No. 1 on the PGA Tour money list for the first time with $7,573,907, ending Tiger Woods' four-year reign at the top. Was even better in 2004, when he won nine times and repeated as money leader. It was part of a remarkable run in which he finished in the top-5 every year, from 1998 to 2008.
Graduated from the European Tour Qualifying School in 1988 and played seven seasons before establishing his base in America. Was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2006. Member of 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009 Presidents Cup teams. Was named Player of the Year in 2004.
2008 Notes: Lost a playoff to Steve Lowery at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Defeated Sergio Garcia with a birdie at the second extra hole to win The Barclays. Won four of his last eight starts, including an unofficial win at the Chevron World Challenge.
2009 Notes: Underwent right knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus in mid-January. His No. 68 position on the money list, after 11 consecutive seasons of top-5 finishes on the money list, was his lowest as a Tour member.
2010 Notes: After finishing 11 consecutive years in the top-5 of the money list, fell to 68th in 2009 and 66th in 2010.
2011 Notes: Finished 28th in the FedExCup standings and on the money list. For the first time since 1989, fell out of the top-100 in the world rankings, but ended the year 78th on the money list.
2012 Notes: Made 23 of 27 cuts and had five top-10s, but only one top-5, a T-4th at the Frys.com Open. Finished 33rd in the FedExCup standings and 51st on the money list.
2013 Notes: Turned 50 in February to become eligible to play on the PGA Tour Champions. Still played a full season on the PGA Tour, but posted only one top-25 finish, a T-20th at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career and failed to record a top-10 on Tour for the first time since 1991. Ended a streak of 20 consecutive years inside the top 70 on the final money list. Finished 146th in the FedExCup standings and 162nd on the money list. Made his PGA Tour Champions debut in September at the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship, finishing T-6th at Kapolei GC after a final-round, one-over-par 73. Ended his year with a 3rd-place finish at the Talisker Masters in Australia, four strokes behind winner Adam Scott.
2014 Notes: Broke his top-10 drought with a runner-up finish at the Frys.com Open. It marked his first top-10 on the PGA Tour since a T-4th at the 2012 Frys.com Open. At the 2014 U.S. Senior Open, his second PGA Tour Champions start, he finished T-5th. Was T-7th at the 3M Championship in Minnesota. Finished 87th in the FedExCup rankings and 97th on the money list.
2015 Notes: Opened the Northern Trust with a 66 to lead, then shot 74-69-72 to finish T-12th, three shots out of the playoff. At the Valspar Championship, shot 69-70-70-71 to finish T-10th, six shots out of the playoff. Finished the year 119th in the FedExCup standings and 124th on the money list. Played twice on the PGA Tour Champions, finishing T-3rd at the Nature Valley First Tee and T-39th at the Toshiba Classic.
2016 Notes: Finished T-6th at the Honda Classic on the PGA Tour Champions and T-8th at the Mitsubishi Electric. Even at 53, played full-time on the PGA Tour over the PGA Tour Champions. With rounds of 68-66-71-65, finished 2nd, three shots behind Billy Hurley III at the Quicken Loans National. His final-round 65 marked his best final-round score since a 65 in the final round of the 2011 Wyndham Championship, where he eventually finished T-4th. The runner-up performance was the 28th of his career and first since the 2013 Frys.com Open. Finished 99th in the FedExCup standings and 88th on the money list. On the Champions Tour, made six starts, with his best finish a T-8th at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai. Was the first-round leader at the U.S. Senior Open after an opening 66, but went on to finish T-18th.
2017 Notes: Made just five cuts on the PGA Tour, his best finish a T-14th at the RBC Canadian Open. Broke through for his first Champions Tour victory when he teamed with Carlos Franco to win the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf. Was 2nd, one shot behind Bernhard Langer at the Senior PGA Championship. He finished T-7th at the U.S. Senior Open and T-8th at the Shaw Charity Classic. His game got hot at the end of the year, as he finished T-2nd at the SAS Championship, T-3rd at the Dominion Energy Charity and T-2nd at the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Placed 5th in the Schwab ranking and 9th on the money list. On the PGA Tour, he failed for the second time to get into the FedExCup Playoffs, finishing 178th in the standings.
2018 Notes: Played 20 events on the PGA Tour Champions and had eight top-10 finishes. Was 4th in the Schwab Cup ranking. On the PGA Tour, played 10 events but made just five cuts. Finished T-9th at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai. As many as six players shared the lead during the final round at the Toshiba Classic, and Singh was the last man standing as his five back-nine birdies helped him post an 11-under total and a one-shot victory. It was his first individual win since the Dell Technologies Championship on September 1, 2008. As defending champions, Singh and Carlos Franco finished T-3rd at the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge. Won the Constellation Senior Players defeating Jeff Maggert in a playoff. Was T-8th at the Dominion Energy Charity and T-10th at the Invesco QQQ. Shot a 10-under 61 in the final round of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship to erase a six-shot deficit and win by four shots over Tim Petrovic.
2019 Notes: At the Honda Classic, Singh played in the final group on Sunday at 56 years old, looking to supplant Sam Snead as the oldest winner in PGA Tour history. Shot a 70 to finish alone in 6th place, three shots behind winner Keith Mitchell. The performance marked his first top-10 on the PGA Tour since finishing 2nd at the 2016 Quicken Loans National. On the PGA Tour Champions was T-2nd at the Bass Pro Shops Legends with partner Carlos Franco. Was T-7th at the Insperity Invitational.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 838, Cuts Made: 696 (83%), Top Tens: 253 (30%) , Rounds: 2901, Scoring Avg: 70.49, Career Earnings: $77,436,614 - Best Finish: 1st (46 times)
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