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Jim Furyk turned professional in 1992, and shorted claimed his first victory in the 1993 Nike Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic on the Nike Tour – thus joining the PGA Tour in 1994 and went on to win at least one tournament every year between 1998 and 2003.
Jim secured this first, and only, major championship in 2003 at the US Open – recording the lowest 72-hole score in US Open history to secure a 3-shot victory over Stephen Leaney at Olympia Fields Country Club.
In 2013, Jim became one of only six players to shoot a 59 (12-under-par) at the BMW Championship at Conway Farms Golf Clubs and since conquering that feat and becoming the only player in PGA Tour history to shoot 58 (12-under-par) at the 2016 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands.
He would go on to be named the USA Ryder Cup captain in 2018 to take on Thomas Bjorn’s Team Europe at Le Golf National in France.
In total, Jim claimed 17 PGA Tour titles and 3 PGA Tour Champions victories.

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