Synonyms for purtzer or Related words with purtzer

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Examples of "purtzer"
Purtzer is a close friend of Major League Baseball Hall-of-Famer Robin Yount and country music star Vince Gill. He enjoys sports, music and auto racing in his spare time. Purtzer and his brother Paul operate "Purtzer Performance Golf School and Academy" in Phoenix, Arizona. He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Men's golf is coached by past PGA touring professional Paul Purtzer.
With the arrival of Lichtenstein, Purtzer moved out of the role of editor, and assumed responsibility for the newspaper's publication, also acting as HPM's CEO and Editor of The "Hawaii Golf Journal". The Publisher role at "The Molokai Times" was taken over by Kline in December 2007, when Purtzer left to temporarily work on the national media team for a 2008 presidential campaign.
Hawaiian Pacific Media's Brennan Purtzer purchased Williams' interest in the company in October 2006. With new operating partner Tim Kline they expanded the capacities of the newspaper in several electronic formats. In January 2007, The "Molokai Island Times" re-branded itself as "The Molokai Times", and was published by Hawaiian Pacific Media, LLC, operated jointly by Tim Kline and Brennan Purtzer.
Thomas Warren Purtzer (born December 5, 1951) is an American professional golfer who has won tournaments on both the PGA Tour and the Champions Tour.
Tina M. Tombs (born April 4, 1962) is a Canadian professional golfer who played on the LPGA Tour. She played under both her maiden name, Tina Tombs, and a married name, Tina Purtzer (1988–92).
Paul Azinger (10,12,13), Chip Beck (10,13), Fred Couples (12,13), David Frost (12,13), Ken Green (12), Scott Hoch (10,11,12,13), Tom Kite (10,12,13), Jodie Mudd (12,13), José María Olazábal (10), Mark O'Meara (12,13), Masashi Ozaki (10), Don Pooley, Tom Purtzer, Mike Reid (11,13), Lee Trevino, Ian Woosnam (10,11)
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
The Mazda LPGA Championship was the first tournament to offer a $1,000,000 purse and the first to have a winner's share of over $100,000. There were seven first-time winners in 1990: Jane Crafter, Cathy Gerring, Cathy Johnston, Kris Monaghan, Barb Mucha, Tina Purtzer, and Maggie Will.
Bill Marcum was the publisher in 2003. The paper announced in August 2010 that Marcum would be leaving the Courier-Herald to become regional manager of Nickel Ads in Portland, Oregon in September. Brennan Purtzer became the new publisher of the "Courier-Herald" the following October, and left in March 2012.
Notable golf alumni include Paul Casey, Bob Gilder, Matt Jones, Billy Mayfair, Phil Mickelson, Mike Morley, Tom Purtzer, Jeff Quinney, Jon Rahm, Chez Reavie, Howard Twitty, JoAnne Carner, Heather Farr, Giulia Molinaro, Azahara Muñoz, Anna Nordqvist, Grace Park, and Wendy Ward.
The 1991 PGA Tour season was played from January 3 to November 3. The season consisted of 44 official money events. Billy Andrade, Mark Brooks, Fred Couples, Andrew Magee, Corey Pavin, Nick Price, Tom Purtzer, and Ian Woosnam won the most tournaments, two, and there were 14 first-time winners. The tournament results, leaders, and award winners are listed below.
Purtzer was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He attended Arizona State University in Tempe, where he was a member of the school's golf team. He graduated in 1973 and turned pro. He followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Paul, who also played golf for Arizona State and played on the PGA Tour in the 1970s and early 1980s.
Purtzer is often described in golf literature as having the "sweetest swing in golf". He won five tournaments on the PGA Tour in three different decades, and has thus far won four times on the Champions Tour. His best finishes in major championships were 4th at the 1977 U.S. Open and T4 at the 1982 British Open.
Fulton Allem, Billy Andrade (13), Chip Beck (13), Mark Brooks (13), Billy Ray Brown, Russ Cochran (13), John Cook (13), Brad Faxon, Bruce Fleisher, Mike Hulbert (13), Lee Janzen, Blaine McCallister, Mark O'Meara (13), David Peoples, Kenny Perry, Nick Price (13), Dillard Pruitt, Tom Purtzer (13)
The course is considered to many as the "Home of Champions," referring to ASU's strong collegiate golf program's national titles; twice in men's (1990 and 1996) and seven times in women's (1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2009). Alumni among PGA and LPGA Tour professionals include Phil Mickelson, Billy Mayfair, Paul Casey, Howard Twitty, Tom Purtzer, Heather Farr, Grace Park, Azahara Muñoz, and Carlota Ciganda.
The Molokai Island Times was one of three newspapers on the Hawaiian island of Moloka'i. It was founded in December 2004 by Brennan Purtzer and Darrell Williams with a subsidy from computer software guru John McAfee, Williams' English cousin, and served as the newest community paper for "The Friendly Isle" of Molokai from 2005–2006, before becoming known as The Molokai Times in January 2007.
In 1991, Thomson came to Austin, Texas and continued to coach golf to PGA Tour players. His pupils included Emlyn Aubrey, Pete Jordan, Brandel Chamblee, Tom Purtzer, and Joel Edwards. After working with Thomson for two years, Edwards won his only PGA Tour event, the Vancouver Open. At that time he was the longest player on the PGA Tour without a victory. In 2002, Thomson participated in the Drambuie World Ice Golf Championship. In addition, Thomson has recruited, played in, and helped organize the Mexican Open.
Hatalsky was born in San Diego, California. He started in golf at age 10, when his older brother bought him a set of junior clubs. As an amateur, he won the 1968 Mexico National Junior Championship. Hatalsky initially attended Arizona State University, where his teammates on the golf team included future PGA Tour and Champions Tour players Bob Gilder, Howard Twitty and Tom Purtzer. He transferred to U.S. International University (now Alliant International University), where he was an NAIA All-American in 1972 and served as team captain.
During the late 1970s and 1980s, Grout held wintertime teaching professional positions at Frenchman's Creek Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and, later at The Loxahatchee Club in Jupiter, Florida. Throughout his long career, Grout played a pivotal role in the development of many fine players. His reputation for having a non-irritating manner, an uncanny eye in spotting flaws and a knack for transmitting simple solutions to what seemed like complicated problems attracted such golfers as Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd, Tommy Aaron, Joe Turnesa, Dow Finsterwald, Ben Crenshaw, Grier Jones, DeWitt Weaver, Marty Fleckman, J. C. Snead, Gibby Gilbert, Jerry Heard, Roger Maltbie, Tom Purtzer, Lanny Wadkins, Bruce Devlin, Jim Colbert, Butch Baird, George Burns III, Jerry McGee, Fred Ridley, Steve Melnyk and Olin Browne. Additionally, Grout peered at the swings of quite a few LPGA Tour players, including; Barbara Romack, Jo Ann Prentice, Maria Astrologes, Beth Stone, Kathy Cornelius, Kathy Farrer, Dianne Dailey, Silvia Bertolaccini, Sandra Spuzich and Sally Little.