Dana Quigley

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Dana Quigley
Personal information
Full nameDana C. Quigley
Born (1947-04-14) April 14, 1947 (age 71)
Lynnfield, Massachusetts
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight190 lb (86 kg; 14 st)
Nationality United States
ResidenceWest Palm Beach, Florida
CollegeUniversity of Rhode Island
Turned professional1971
Current tour(s)Champions Tour
Former tour(s)PGA Tour
Professional wins32
Number of wins by tour
PGA Tour Champions11
Best results in major championships
Masters TournamentDNP
U.S. OpenT41: 1979
The Open ChampionshipDNP
PGA ChampionshipT41: 1980
Achievements and awards
Arnold Palmer Award
(Champions Tour)

Dana C. Quigley (born April 14, 1947) is an American professional golfer.

Quigley was born in Lynnfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 1969 and turned professional in 1971.

Quigley's career in regular tournament golf was unremarkable. He worked as a club professional for many years and had 18 tournament victories in local tournaments in New England. His best finish on the PGA Tour was sixth at the 1980 Greater Milwaukee Open.

In 1997, Quigley became eligible to play in senior golf tournaments, and he soon became a leading player at this level. His first win on the Senior PGA Tour (later called the Champions Tour) came at that year's Northville Long Island Classic. In 2005 at age 58, he led the Champions Tour money list and became the oldest player to win the Arnold Palmer Award for the leading money-winner on the circuit. He has won 11 tournaments on the tour.

Quigley was elected to the New England section of the PGA Hall of Fame in 2000. His nephew Brett Quigley plays on the PGA Tour.

Professional wins[edit]

Regular career wins (18)[edit]

Champions Tour wins (11)[edit]

No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
1 Aug 10, 1997 Northville Long Island Classic −12 (67-67-70=204) Playoff United States Jay Sigel
2 Sep 6, 1998 Emerald Coast Classic −10 (69-66-65=200) 1 stroke United States Jim Colbert
3 Oct 16, 1998 Raley's Gold Rush Classic −13 (71-68-64=203) 3 strokes England John Morgan
4 May 21, 2000 TD Waterhouse Championship −18 (65-67-66=198) 1 stroke United States Tom Watson
5 Jul 23, 2001 SBC Senior Open −16 (65-66-69=200) 5 strokes United States Jay Sigel
6 Mar 17, 2002 Siebel Classic in Silicon Valley −4 (67-75-70=212) 1 stroke United States Bob Gilder, United States Fuzzy Zoeller
7 Oct 20, 2002 SBC Championship −12 (68-64-69=201) 1 stroke United States Bob Gilder
8 Jan 23, 2003 MasterCard Championship −18 (66-65-67=198) 2 strokes United States Larry Nelson
9 Jan 23, 2005 MasterCard Championship −18 (67-65-66=198) Playoff United States Tom Watson
10 Jun 13, 2005 Bayer Advantage Classic −11 (67-66=133) Playoff United States Gil Morgan, United States Tom Watson
11 Jul 2, 2006 Greater Kansas City Golf Classic −18 (67-68-63=198) 3 strokes United States David Edwards

Champions Tour playoff record (3–5)

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result
1 1997 Northville Long Island Classic United States Jay Sigel Won with par on third extra hole
2 1999 Novell Utah Showdown United States Dave Eichelberger Lost to par on first extra hole
3 2002 Bruno's Memorial Classic United States Sammy Rachels Lost to birdie on second extra hole
4 2005 MasterCard Championship United States Tom Watson Won with par on third extra hole
5 2005 Senior PGA Championship United States Jerry Pate, United States Mike Reid Reid won with birdie on first extra hole
6 2005 Bayer Advantage Classic United States Gil Morgan, United States Tom Watson Won with birdie on first extra hole
7 2005 JELD-WEN Tradition United States Loren Roberts Lost to bogey on second extra hole
8 2007 Boeing Greater Seattle Classic United States R.W. Eaks, United States David Eger
United States Gil Morgan, Japan Joe Ozaki
United States Craig Stadler, Zimbabwe Denis Watson
Watson won with eagle on second extra hole
Eger, Morgan, Ozaki, and Quigley eliminated with birdie on first hole

Other senior wins (3)[edit]

U.S. national team appearances[edit]

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