|Full name||Jason William Gore|
May 17, 1974|
Van Nuys, California
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight||245 lb (111 kg; 17.5 st)|
University of Arizona|
(past champion status)
|Number of wins by tour|
|Best results in major championships|
|U.S. Open||T47: 2010|
|The Open Championship||DNP|
|PGA Championship||T62: 2006|
|Achievements and awards|
Player of the Year
Jason William Gore (born May 17, 1974) is an American professional golfer.
Gore attended the University of Arizona, then transferred to Pepperdine University. At Pepperdine, he was part of their NCAA Division I Championship team in 1997. He also played on the victorious Walker Cup team that year.
Gore turned professional in 1997. In 2005, he played on the PGA Tour after moving from the Nationwide Tour midseason, after receiving a battlefield promotion, which is given when a player wins three Nationwide Tour events in one season.
Gore has one PGA Tour win, the 84 Lumber Classic in 2005, and is the all-time leader in career wins on what is now the Web.com Tour, with seven. Gore belongs to a small group of players who have shot 59 in their careers. His historic round of 59 happened on Friday of the 2005 Cox Classic at Champions Run in Omaha, Nebraska. He is also one of two golfers to win on both the Web.com Tour and PGA Tour in the same season, following Paul Stankowski in 1996.
Gore played in the final group of the 2005 U.S. Open with Retief Goosen. He shot a 14-over-par 84 to drop all the way to a tie for 48th; Michael Campbell won the event. Gore was not fully exempt on the PGA Tour from 2009 to 2014. Gore had a strong 2015, but a poor 2016 saw him finish outside 150th, limiting his to past champion status for 2017.
this list may be incomplete
Professional wins (12)
PGA Tour wins (1)
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of victory||Runner-up|
|1||Sep 18, 2005||84 Lumber Classic||−14 (65-72-67-70=274)||1 stroke||Carlos Franco|
Web.com Tour wins (7)
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of victory||Runner(s)-up|
|1||Oct 8, 2000||Buy.com New Mexico Classic||−14 (67-69-64-66=266)||Playoff||Mike Grob|
|2||Sep 15, 2002||Oregon Classic||−18 (67-67-65-71=270)||3 strokes|| Marco Dawson, Jeff Freeman,|
Patrick Moore, Arron Oberholser,
|3||Sep 22, 2002||Albertson's Boise Open||−15 (66-68-66-73=273)||2 strokes||Emlyn Aubrey, Barry Cheesman|
|4||Jul 10, 2005||National Mining Association Pete Dye Classic||−17 (79-66-68-68=271)||1 stroke||Doug LaBelle II|
|5||Jul 17, 2005||Scholarship America Showdown||−14 (67-68-64-67=266)||4 strokes||Bill Haas|
|6||Aug 7, 2005||Cox Classic||−23 (71-59-68-63=261)||Playoff||Roger Tambellini|
|7||Oct 17, 2010||Miccosukee Championship||−16 (65-67-65-71=268)||4 strokes||Scott Gutschewski, Kevin Kisner|
Other wins (4)
- 1997 (1) California State Open (as an amateur)
- 2004 (1) California State Open
- 2008 (1) Straight Down Fall Classic (with Kevin Marsh)
- 2013 (1) Straight Down Fall Classic (with Kevin Marsh)
Results in major championships
|The Open Championship|
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied
U.S. national team appearances
- 2000 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates
- 2002 Buy.com Tour graduates
- 2005 Nationwide Tour graduates
- 2014 Web.com Tour Finals graduates
- List of golfers with most Web.com Tour wins
- Crouse, Karen (September 3, 2015). "At 41, Jason Gore Brings a Different Look, and Sensibility, to the FedEx Cup Playoffs". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved September 7, 2015.
- Yoon, Peter (June 15, 1997). "Greener Pastures : Pepperdine's Jason Gore Is Concentrating on the State Amateur While Contemplating When He Should Join the PGA Tour". Los Angeles Times.
- "Farmers Insurance Open Notes: Jason Gore has a double eagle on a day of hole-outs". Los Angeles Times. January 30, 2016.
- "Meet Jason". www.jasongoregolf.com.
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