Golfer Robert Garrigus was born November 11th, 1977 in Nampa, Idaho. He is 5’11”, weights 190 pounds and currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona. He attended Scottsdale Community College where he graduated in 1995, then went Pro two years later in 1997. His PGA Debut was in 2004 and he is said to be one of the longest hitters in golf. His favorite golf course is the Links at Continental Ranch Golf Course in Tucson, Arizona. He is known to play with a 28 inch putter which is six inches shorter than the standard putter.
Garrigus has been successful in one PGA Tour win and six second place finishes. He played on the Nationwide Tour in 2002, 2004, and 2005. He participated in the Gateway Tour and the NGA Hooters Tour. His biggest thrill to date in golf was a hole-in-one at the Players Championship in 2008.
In the years 2009 and 2010, he ranked first in driving distance on the PGA Tour. In 2009 he was ranked the top PGA Tour golfer and in 2010 he won the Children’s Miracle Network Classic. In 2011, Robert Garrigus finished T3 in the U.S. Open at Congressional. Within the year of 2012, he achieved four, second place finishes, eight top-ten finishes and fourteen top-twenty five finishes. So far in 2013 he has had two top-ten finishes and six top-twenty five finishes. He earned his best finish on the PGA Tour at the World Golf Championships Accenture Match Play Championship. He also ranks 48th in Money Leaders on the PGA Tour and finished sixth at the Farmers Insurance Open with a score of -8.
Robert Garrigus Golfer
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