A two-time U.S. Open winner, Lee Janzen also won the 1986 Division II National Championship while at Florida Southern College. He began to take golf seriously at age 14, after his family moved from Maryland to Florida. His first U.S. Open title came in 1993 at Baltusrol Country Club in New Jersey, when he equaled the U.S. Open scoring record set by Jack Nicklaus in 1980. Lee captured his second U.S. Open title in 1998, coming back from five strokes down to win by two. Lee was a Ryder Cup team member in 1993 and 1997, and a member of the U.S. Presidents Cup Team in 1998. He partnered with “Feed the Children” for food drives during 2010 PGA Tour events.
|1/24/2016||Mitsubishi Electric Championship||T26||$17,500.00|
|11/8/2015||Charles Schwab Cup Championship||T27||$25,166.00|
|10/18/2015||San Antonio Championship||T26||$16,020.00|
|9/27/2015||Nature Valley First Tee Open||T52||$4,840.00|
|8/30/2015||Dick`s Sporting Goods Open||T12||$36,480.00|
|8/9/2015||Shaw Charity Classic||T39||$11,280.00|
|7/26/2015||The Senior Open Championship||T40||$11,364.00|