• Fred Couples

  • Born: October 3, 1959
  • Country: United States
  • Turned Professional: 1980
  • Competes On: Champions Tour
  • Professional Victories: 28
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Known to many as the King of Cool, Fred Couples is among the most popular golfers to ever pick up a club. Despite struggling for decades with a bad back, he’s captured 15 PGA Tour titles, including the 1992 Masters. He remains a major force when teeing it up, having secured two Champions Tour victories in 2014. Other notable achievements in Couples’ amazing career include winning the 1984 and 1996 PLAYERS Championships, twice earning PGA Tour Player of the Year and Vardon Trophy honours in the same season (’91, ’92), and becoming the first American to reach number one in the Official World Golf Rankings (six years after the system debuted). Couples was enshrined in the World Golf Hall of Fame on May 6, 2013.

Recent Titles:

American Family Insurance Championship ('17)

Chubb Classic ('17)

Shaw Charity Classic ('14)

Toshiba Classic ('14)

Charles Schwab Cup Championship (’13)

The Senior Open Championship (’12)

Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic (’12)

Best Major Championship Finish:

1, Masters Tournament (1992)

Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship (’11)

The Senior Open Championship (’12)

Member Of:

World Golf Hall of Fame (’13)

Ryder Cup ('89, '91, '93, '95, '97, ‘12*) 

Presidents Cup ('94, '96, '98, '05, ’09**, ‘11**, ‘13**)

* Assistant Captain
** Captain

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