Name:Jeffrey Allan "Jeff" Maggert
Born:Feb 20, 1964 in Columbia, Missouri.
Original/Home Club:Columbia, Missouri
Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 7-10; season-ending Champions Tr event and final Charles Schwab Cup playoff event). Maggert (USA) beat Retief Goosen (RSA) by holing out from 124 yards for eagle at the third playoff hole (par-4 17th). At the first playoff hole Goosen missed a three-foot birdie putt that would have given him victory in this event and in the season-long Charles Schwab Cup. [Phoenix CC, Phoenix, AZ].
Played as the Shaw Charity Classic (Aug 7-9). Second-placed Colin Montgomerie (Scot) finished 4 shots behind Maggert (USA), who recorded his fourth Champions Tour win. [Canyon Meadows G&CC, Calgary, Alberta].
Played as the Regions Tradition (May 14-17). First-time senior major winner Maggert (USA) beat Kevin Sutherland (USA) with a par at the first playoff hole. [Shoal Creek Club, Birmingham, AL].
The US Senior Open (June 25-28). Second-placed and defending champion Colin Montgomerie (Scot) finished 2 shots behind Maggert (USA), who claimed his second senior major championship title. [Del Paso CC, Sacramento, CA].
Played as Dick's Sporting Goods Open (Aug 28-30). Second-placed Paul Goydos (USA) finished 2 shots behind Maggert (USA), who claimed his fourth Champions Tour title of 2015. [En-Joie GC, Endicott, NY].
Played as the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic (March 21-23). Second-placed Billy Andrade (USA) finished 2 shots behind Maggert (USA), who was making his Champions Tour debut. [Fallen Oak GC, Saucier, nr Biloxi, MS].
Played as the Fedex St Jude Classic (May 25-28). Second-placed Tom Pernice Jr (USA) finished 3 shots behind Maggert (USA), who recorded the last of his three PGA Tour victories. [TPC Southwind, Memphis, TN].
Played as the inaugural WGC-Andersen Consulting Match Play Championship (Feb 24-28; previously the Andersen Consulting World Championship of Golf, which was not a WGC event). Maggert (USA) beat Andrew Magee (USA) at the 38th hole in the final. [Champions course, La Costa Resort, Carlsbad, Calif.]
Played as the Diners Club Matches (Dec 13/14; unofficial post-season event involving four two-player teams from each of the LPGA, PGA and Snr PGA Tours; teams compete against other teams from their own tour). Steve Elkington (Aus) & Jeff Maggert (USA) beat Tom Lehman (USA) & Duffy Waldorf (USA) 2 and 1 in the final of the PGA Tour matches. [Nicklaus Tournament (resort) course, PGA West, La Quinta, CA].
Played as the inaugural Diners Club Matches (Dec 8-11; unofficial post-season event involving four two-player teams from each of the LPGA, PGA and Snr PGA Tours; teams compete against other teams from their own tour). Jeff Maggert (USA) & Jim McGovern (USA) beat Lee Janzen (USA) & Rocco Mediate (USA) at the 19th hole in the final of the PGA Tour matches. [Nicklaus Tournament (resort) course, PGA West, La Quinta, CA].
Played as the Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic (Oct 7-10). Second-placed Greg Kraft (USA) finished 3 shots behind first-time PGA Tour winner Maggert (USA). [Magnolia course, Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL. Earlier rounds also played on the Palm course].
Played as the Benson & Hedges Malaysian Open. Second-placed Casey Nakama (USA), Bob Lendzion (USA) and Craig McClellan (USA) finished 5 shots behind Maggert (USA). [Ayer Keroh CC, Malacca, Malaysia].
US Women's PGA Championship: located just outside Philadelphia, the famed Donald Ross layout of Aronimink Golf Club hosts the third women’s major championship of 2020 (Oct 8-11).
Scottish Open: first played in 1972, this year’s championship is again played on the Tom Doak-designed Renaissance Club course, which sits alongside mighty Muirfield in East Lothian (Oct 1-4).
Jim Furyk: in winning the Pure Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links, “The Grinder” joined Arnold Palmer and Bruce Fleisher as the only players to win their first two starts on the PGA Tour Champions.
Georgia Hall: recorded her first win in an LPGA Tour event on American soil at this year’s Portland Classic, played at Columbia Edgewater Country Club … on the edge of the Columbia River.
Traigh Golf Course (pronounced "try", and meaning "beach" in Gaelic): You'll find this nine-hole seaside gem on the scenic coast road (as opposed to the more inland and quicker A830) between Arisaig and Morar. Although not on the well-beaten path of Scotland's "trophy" courses, if you are passing through this area, it's a must play.
Cullen Links Golf Club: "immensely scenic", "quirky as golf can get", "short!", "hugely enjoyable" ... Cullen Links attracts as wide a variety of comments as it lays down golfing challenges. Shoehorned into this 4,600 yard treasure trove are ten par-3s, seven par-4s and a good-length par-5. Here you'll find all the seaside scenery a golfer could ask for, and a lot more besides. Read More...
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