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Doug Martin (golfer)

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Nationality  United States
U.S. Open  T60: 1994
Height  1.83 m
Professional wins  2
Masters Tournament  DNP
Role  Professional golfer
Turned professional  1989

Other  1
Name  Doug Martin
Education  University of Oklahoma
College  University of Oklahoma
The Open Championship  DNP
Weight  86 kg
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Born  December 8, 1966 (age 49) Bluffton, Ohio (1966-12-08)

Former tours  PGA TOUR, Web.com Tour

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Doug Martin (born December 8, 1966) is an American professional golfer.

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Martin was born in Bluffton, Ohio. As an amateur, he won the 1984 U.S. Junior Amateur, was semi-finalist at 1988 U.S. Amateur, and played on the 1989 Walker Cup team. He played college golf at University of Oklahoma where he won three events and was a three-time All-American. He graduated and turned professional in 1989.

Martin played on the Nationwide Tour and PGA Tour from 1991 to 1999. On the Nationwide Tour (1991, 1993), he won the 1993 Nike South Texas Open. On the PGA Tour (1992, 1994–99), his best finish was a playoff loss to Vijay Singh at the 1995 Buick Classic.

Martin is the head coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats men's golf team. He also co-owns The Golf Ranch, a practice facility in Burlington, Kentucky.

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Amateur wins

  • 1984 U.S. Junior Amateur
  • Nationwide Tour wins

  • 1993 Nike South Texas Open
  • Other wins

  • 1989 Oklahoma Open
  • U.S. national team appearances

    Amateur

  • Walker Cup: 1989
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    Off campus 2010 doug martin tour player to college coach


    References

    Doug Martin (golfer) Wikipedia


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