Who's who in golf - Steve Jones


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Name: - Steve Jones
Country: - USA
Born : - Dec 27, 1958
Original Home/Club: - Artesia, NM
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1981

Roll of Honour

MAJORS [1] : US Open (1996). Multiple US Tour winner. (See Tournament listings).


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Current US Tour Player


Top tournaments won by Steve Jones

1998Men AmericaJohn Deere ClassicOakwood CC, IL263 (-17)$279,000
Played as the Quad City Classic. Second-placed Scott Gump (USA) finished 1 shot behind Jones (USA), who recorded the last of his eight PGA Tour wins. [Oakwood CC, Coal Valley, Quad Cities, IL].
1997Men AmericaCanadian OpenRoyal Montreal275 (-5)$270,000
Played as the Bell Canadian Open. Second-placed Greg Norman (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Jones (USA). [Blue course, Royal Montreal GC, Ile Bizard, Montreal].
1997Men AmericaPhoenix OpenTPC Scottsdale258 (-26)$270,000
Played as the Phoenix Open (Jan 23-26). Second-placed Jesper Parnevik (Swe) finished 11 shots behind Jones (USA). [Stadium course, TPC Scottsdale, Phoenix, AZ].
1996Men MajorsUS OpenOakland Hills278 (-2)$425,000
The US Open (96th) (June 13-16). Second-placed Tom Lehman (USA) and Davis Love III (USA) finished 1 shot behind Jones (USA). Jones came through a playoff in a regional qualifier to get into this US Open. [South course, Oakland Hills CC, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan].
1989Men AmericaCanadian OpenGlen Abbey271 (-17)$162,000
Played as the Canadian Open. Second-placed Clark Burroughs (USA), Mark Calcavecchia (USA) and Mike Hulbert (USA) finished 2 shots behind Jones (USA). [Glen Abbey GC, Oakville, nr Toronto, Ont.].
1989Men AmericaCareerBuilder ChallengeBermuda Dunes CC343 (-17)$180,000
Played as the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. Jones (USA) beat Paul Azinger (USA) and Sandy Lyle (Scot) with a birdie at the first playoff hole, to secure back-to-back wins in the first two PGA Tour events of 1989. [Bermuda Dunes CC, Coachella Valley, CA. Earlier rounds also at: Indian Wells CC; Eldorado CC; PGA West (Palmer Private)].
1989Men AmericaTourmnt of Chmpns (PGA Tr)La Costa Resort279 (-9)$135,000
Played as the MONY Tournament of Champions (Jan 5-8; PGA Tour season opener). Second-placed David Frost (RSA) and Jay Haas (USA) finished 3 shots behind Jones (USA). [North course, La Costa Resort, Carlsbad, Calif. Now known as Champions course].
1988Men AmericaPebble Beach Pro-AmPebble Beach280 (-8)$126,000
Played as the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am (Feb 4-7). First-time PGA Tour winner Jones (USA) beat Bob Tway (USA) with a birdie at the second playoff hole. [Pebble Beach Links, Monterey Peninsula, CA. Earlier rounds also at: Cypress Point Club and Spyglass Hill GC].
1987Men AmericaJCPenney ClassicBardmoor CC268 (-20)$68,000
Played as the JCPenney Classic (two-person team event; one PGA Tr, one LPGA Tr). Winning team: Steve Jones (USA) & Jane Crafter (Aus/USA). Second place: Mark McCumber (USA) & Debbie Massey (USA). [Bardmoor CC, Largo, FL].

 

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