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Tom Lehman is the only player in history to be voted ‘Player of Year’ on all three tours operated by the PGA Tour. This is a testament to the consistent nature of his golf, where on the PGA Tour, he not only won five times, but was runner-up 19 times in between 1992 and 2006.

Despite little initial success as a professional, plying his trade at a lower level and further afield, his perseverance and single-mindedness paid off.  The first American to win at Royal Lytham St Anne’s since Bobby Jones in 1926, the 125th Open Championship was Tom Lehman’s Major victory. Lehman commented, “winning the Open was the single most important victory in my golfing career”. His 54-hole total in 1998 is still the lowest in Open history, winning by two shots from Ernie Els and Mark McCumber.
1996 and 1997 were particularly good years for Lehman. Not only was there a Major victory, but he was top of the PGA Tour money list in 1996 and in 1997 sat at the top of the world golf rankings for a week.
In 2006, Tom Lehman captained the USA team at The K Club in Ireland. He has also played in three further Ryder Cups, including The Battle of Brookline and has been on the winning team in three Presidents Cups.
His consistency has endured in his senior golfing career, winning 12 times on PGA Tour Champions, an impressive haul which includes three Senior Major Championships.

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Ryder Cup Captain 2006
Ryder Cups 3
Majors 1
European Tour Wins 1
Senior Tour Majors 1
PGA Tour Wins 4
PGA Champions Tour Wins 11
Weeks World Number 1 1

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