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Name: - Billy Mayfair
Country: - USA
Born : - Aug 6, 1966
Original Home/Club: - Phoenix, Arizona
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1988

Roll of Honour

US Amateur Championship (1987). Multiple US Tour winner. (See Tournament listings).


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Current US Tour Player


Top tournaments won by Billy Mayfair

1998Men AmericaBuick OpenWarwick Hills271 (-17)$324,000
Played as the Buick Open (Aug 6-9). Second-placed Scott Verplank (USA) finished 2 shots behind Mayfair (USA), who recorded the last of his five PGA Tour wins. [Warwick Hills G&CC, Grand Blanc, Michigan].
1998Men AmericaLos Angeles OpenValencia CC272 (-12)$378,000
Played as the Nissan Open (Feb 26-Mar 1). Mayfair (USA) beat Tiger Woods (USA) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. [Valencia CC, nr Santa Clarita, CA].
1995Men AmericaBMW Ch'ship (US)Cog Hill279 (-9)$360,000
Played as the Motorola Western Open. Second-placed Jeff Maggert (USA), Justin Leonard (USA), Jay Haas (USA) and Scott Simpson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Mayfair (USA). [No.4 Dubsdread course, Cog Hill G&CC, Lemont, nr Chicago, IL].
1995Men AmericaTour Championship (PGA Tr)Southern Hills280 (E)$540,000
Played as the Tour Championship (Oct 26-29). Second-placed Steve Elkington (Aus) and Corey Pavin (USA) finished 3 shots behind Mayfair (USA), who recorded the third of his five PGA Tour wins. [Southern Hills CC, Tulsa, Oklahoma].
1993Men AmericaGtr Milwaukee OpenTuckaway CC270 (-18)$180,000
Played as the Gtr Milwaukee Open. Mayfair (USA) beat Mark Calcavecchia (USA) with a birdie at the fourth playoff hole. Ted Schulz (USA) was eliminated at the first playoff hole. [Tuckaway CC, Franklin, nr Milwaukee, Wisc.].
1987Men AmateurUS AmateurJupiter Hills4 & 3n/a
The US Amateur Championship (87th). Mayfair (USA) beat Eric Rebmann (USA) 4 and 3 in the final. [Jupiter Hills Club, Tequesta, FL].
1986Men AmateurUS Public Links (Men)Tanglewood Park3 & 2amateur
Played as the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship. Mayfair (USA) beat defending champion Jim Sorenson (USA) 3 and 2 in the final. [Championship course, Tanglewood Park GC, Clemmons, nr Winston-Salem, NC].

 

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