David TOMS (100+)

2013 PGA Championship

David TOMS fact file

Country:  USA

Date of Birth:  04/01/1967

Height:  5ft 10in

Turned Pro:  1989


45-year-old tour pro David Toms is one of the most experienced golfers on the US PGA Tour, having joined the circuit in 1992. The Louisiana-born right-hander has enjoyed a distinguished career with 17 professional tournament victories to his name, most notably his 2001 PGA Championship success in Atlanta where he carded the record for the lowest number of strokes at a major championship. A browse at David Toms' clubs reveals he endorses Cleveland golf clubs and accessories. Outside the game, Toms is developing a golf course design business to lead after the end of his playing career.

PGA TOUR WINS:

2011  Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2006  Sony Open in Hawaii
2005  WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship
2004  FedEx St. Jude Classic
2003  FedEx St. Jude Classic
2003  Wachovia Championship
2001  Michelob Championship at Kingsmill
2001  PGA Championship
2001  Compaq Classic of New Orleans
2000  Michelob Championship at Kingsmill
1999  Buick Challenge
1999  Sprint International
1997  Quad City Classic

OTHER WINS:

2009  CVS Caremark Charity Classic
1999  Hassan II Golf Trophy

Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2.6 putter model.