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Lietzke was an avid supporter of the Sour Mash Open in Parkersburg, West Virginia. He has played in the event numerous times. "The Bryce-Lietzke-Martin Scholarship Fund was the first fund established by the Sour Mash Open Golf Tournament Committee in 1990 in honor of the late Dr. John Coyle Bryce, PGA Golf Professional, Bruce Lietzke and Larry Martin. The earnings of the fund are used to provide scholarships to worthy Wood County students who have shown an interest in golf."
David Feherty, Bob Gilder, John Huston, Kenny Knox, Bruce Lietzke (13), Steven Richardson, Hal Sutton
Lietzke credits his older brother, Duane, for introducing him to the game of golf at age five. He also credits Henry Homberg, a local Beaumont professional, along with Duane for having the greatest influences on his game when he first started playing. Lietzke attended the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. He graduated in 1973 and turned pro in 1974.
Lietzke was well known for not practicing a great deal, and not playing in a large number of tournaments compared to his fellow competitors, electing to spend more time with his family. He did not play more than 25 events in any PGA Tour season and never played more than 20 tournaments in a single season after 1988. Despite this he never finished below 74th on the money list. During his career, Lietzke played in 506 PGA Tour events..
Lietzke enjoys collecting classic cars and has built an 11-car garage at his home in which to store his large collection; the crown jewel is a 1967 yellow Corvette Stingray convertible. He lists Bruce Springsteen as his favorite entertainer and Don "Big Daddy" Garlits as his favorite athlete. He makes his home in Dallas, Texas. In 1978, Lietzke was shown in print ads for the Dodge Magnum coupe, as also being a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda owner.
Since turning 50 in 2001, Rogers has played sporadically on the Champions Tour; his most notable accomplishment as a senior player was winning the team portion of the 2002 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf with Bruce Lietzke.
The Forest Park boys golf teams produced Texas State Champions Bruce Lietzke in 1967 (3A) and Britt Harrison in 1975 (4A) and the Texas State Team Champions in 1968.
In recent years, Lietzke has been plagued by the so-called "frozen shoulder syndrome" – the correct medical term is adhesive capsulitis – which has caused him to miss a considerable amount of playing time.
Billy Ray Brown (12,13), Nolan Henke, Mike Hulbert (10), Bruce Lietzke (12,13), Andrew Magee, Greg Norman (12,13), Mark O'Meara (13), Craig Parry, Steve Pate (13), Corey Pavin (13), Dillard Pruitt, Ted Schulz, Scott Simpson
Lietzke was born in Kansas City, Kansas. He moved to Beaumont, Texas with his parents in 1960 and lived there until 1977, graduating from Forest Park High School in 1969.
Jim Benepe, Mark Brooks, Bill Glasson (13), Ken Green (13), Morris Hatalsky, Steve Jones, Gary Koch (13), Bruce Lietzke (13), Bob Lohr, Andrew Magee, Blaine McCallister, Jodie Mudd (13), Corey Pavin, Tom Purtzer, Mike Reid (13), Gene Sauers, Tom Sieckmann, Tim Simpson, Joey Sindelar (13), Mike Sullivan, Greg Twiggs, Scott Verplank
Mark Brooks, Bob Estes (13), Rick Fehr (13), David Frost (13), Mike Heinen, Brian Henninger, Peter Jacobsen, Neal Lancaster, Bruce Lietzke (13), Davis Love III, Mark McCumber (13), John Morse, Kenny Perry (13), Dicky Pride, Vijay Singh, Mike Springer (13), Mike Sullivan
The 1991 PGA Championship was the 73rd PGA Championship, held August 8–11 at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Indiana, a suburb north of Indianapolis. John Daly won the first of his two major titles, three strokes ahead of runner-up Bruce Lietzke.
Team members who went on to professional golf careers include Fuzzy Zoeller, Fred Couples, Steve Elkington, Bruce Lietzke, John Mahaffey, Bill Rogers, Blaine McCallister and Billy Ray Brown. Future broadcaster Jim Nantz was also a member of the team for a while.
Bruce Alan Lietzke (born July 18, 1951) is an American professional golfer who has won 13 tournaments on the PGA Tour, including two victories in the Canadian Open. He has had seven victories on the Champions Tour, including one senior major title.
Developed by Hitmen Productions and published by Electronic Arts in 1994 exclusively for the Genesis, the game features 11 professional golfers as playable or as CPU opponents: Brad Faxon, Jim Gallagher, Jr., Lee Janzen, Tom Kite, Bruce Lietzke, Davis Love III, Mark O’Meara, Jeff Sluman, Craig Stadler, and Fuzzy Zoeller. The featured courses are TPC at River Highlands, TPC at The Woodlands, TPC at Avenel, TPC at Summerlin, TPC at Sawgrass, TPC at Las Colinas, TPC at Southwind, and TPC of Scottsdale.
Rogers was born in Waco, Texas. His father was a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force, and Rogers spent part of his military brat youth in Morocco and Germany. Rogers began playing golf at age nine and later attended the University of Houston, where he played on the Cougar golf team and roomed with fellow future PGA Tour pro Bruce Lietzke. As an amateur golfer, he played for the U.S. in the 1973 Walker Cup.
On November 18, 1999 Captain Ben Crenshaw and his two co-captains, Bill Rogers and Bruce Lietzke, recounted events before a black tie dinner held for members of the Men's Golf association of the San Antonio Country Club where Co-Captain Rogers was Director of Golf at the time. Those events just 8 weeks prior were captured and posted on YouTube:
The most noteworthy winner of the tournament is Ben Hogan; the late Fort Worth resident won five times, which earned the course the nickname "Hogan's Alley." Other notable winners include Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper (twice), Lee Trevino (twice), Ben Crenshaw (twice), Al Geiberger, Bruce Lietzke (twice), Jack Nicklaus, Peter Jacobsen, Lanny Wadkins, Ian Baker-Finch, Tom Lehman, Corey Pavin (twice), Tom Watson, Phil Mickelson (twice), Sergio García, Nick Price (twice), Kenny Perry (twice), and Zach Johnson (twice)).
The resort features two 18-hole golf courses, the AT&T Canyons Course designed by Pete Dye in consultation with Bruce Lietzke, and the AT&T Oaks Course designed by Greg Norman in consultation with Sergio García. Both courses are members of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour, with the Oaks Course scheduled to host the tour's Valero Texas Open from 2010. The Canyons course is expected to take over as the venue for the AT&T Championship on the Champions Tour in 2011.