|Full name||William Lee Glasson, Jr.|
|Born||April 29, 1960|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Weight||175 lb (79 kg; 12.5 st)|
|College||Oral Roberts University|
|Current tour(s)||PGA Tour Champions|
|Former tour(s)||PGA Tour|
|Number of wins by tour|
|Best results in major championships|
|Masters Tournament||T18: 1994, 1999|
|U.S. Open||T4: 1995|
|The Open Championship||T25: 1995|
|PGA Championship||T13: 1998|
|Achievements and awards|
|PGA Tour Comeback|
Player of the Year
Glasson was born in Fresno, California. He attended Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he was a member of the golf team – a two-time All-American. He turned pro in 1983 and led the PGA Tour for driving distance in 1984.
Glasson has enjoyed nine victories as a professional golfer: seven official PGA Tour events and two non-official events. His first win came at the 1985 Kemper Open. Trailing seven strokes behind the leader Larry Mize with 14 holes to play, Glasson made a 45-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole for a round of 66 to finish one stroke ahead of Mize and Corey Pavin.
Glasson won a second Kemper Open in 1992. His best finish in a major is a tie for 4th place at the 1995 U.S. Open. Glasson has over 60 top-10 PGA Tour finishes and has earned more than $6.7 million in career earnings. He was featured in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking. His last win on the Tour was in 1997 at the Las Vegas Invitational.
Glasson experienced difficulty maintaining his PGA Tour privileges in his 40s, due in large part to medical problems. He needed to play some on the Nationwide Tour, where his best finish was 2nd place at the 2003 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic. Glasson has undergone at least 19 surgeries on various parts of his body including elbow, sinus, knee, lip, forearm and lower back. In 1994, with a deadpan delivery, Glasson said: "For me, breakfast is a bowl of Advil." 
He began playing on the Champions Tour after his 50th birthday on April 29, 2010.
Glasson lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
PGA Tour wins (7)
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of victory||Runner(s)-up|
|1||Jun 2, 1985||Kemper Open||−10 (72-70-70-66=278)||1 stroke||Larry Mize, Corey Pavin|
|2||Sep 25, 1988||B.C. Open||−16 (66-68-65-69=268)||2 strokes||Wayne Levi, Bruce Lietzke|
|3||Nov 13, 1988||Centel Classic||−16 (67-69-68-68=272)||2 strokes||Tommy Armour III|
|4||Feb 26, 1989||Doral-Ryder Open||−13 (71-65-67-72=275)||1 stroke||Fred Couples|
|5||May 31, 1992||Kemper Open||−8 (69-68-71-68=276)||1 stroke|| John Daly, Ken Green,|
Mike Springer, Howard Twitty
|6||Jan 30, 1994||Phoenix Open||−16 (68-68-68-64=268)||3 strokes||Bob Estes|
|7||Oct 26, 1997||Las Vegas Invitational||−20 (63-65-75-71-66=340)||4 strokes||David Edwards, Billy Mayfair|
Other wins (2)
Results in major championships
|The Open Championship|
|The Open Championship||CUT||T25|
|The Open Championship|
CUT = missed the half-way cut
WD = withdrew
"T" = tied
|The Open Championship||0||0||0||0||0||1||2||1|
- Most consecutive cuts made – 5 (1984 U.S. Open – 1986 U.S. Open)
- Longest streak of top-10s – 1
- 2004 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates
- 2005 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates
- List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins
- "PGA Tour stats – Driving Distance". PGA Tour. Retrieved November 6, 2013.
- "Kemper first win for Glasson". The Daily Record. Ellensburg, Washington. UPI. June 3, 1985. p. 10. Retrieved January 2, 2013.
- "PGA Tour Profile – Bill Glasson". PGA Tour. Retrieved November 6, 2013.
- Dorman, Larry (October 30, 1994). "It's Glasson Operating: Now, It's on the Course". The New York Times. Retrieved December 29, 2012.