|Full name||Kenneth Allan Still|
February 12, 1935|
|Died||March 19, 2017(aged 82)|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||170 lb (77 kg; 12 st)|
|Former tour(s)||PGA Tour
|Number of wins by tour|
|Best results in major championships
|Masters Tournament||T6: 1971|
|U.S. Open||5th: 1970|
|The Open Championship||DNP|
|PGA Championship||T38: 1967|
Still was born in Tacoma, Washington. During his early twenties, he developed a friendship with Los Angeles Dodgers pitchers Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale. He turned professional in 1953.
Still took part in the 1969 Ryder Cup matches. While playing a match with Dave Hill against Brian Huggett and Bernard Gallacher, Still and Hill lost a hole after Hill putted out of turn. While upset with what took place, Hill later said "well we won. So let's forget about it." In the final singles encounter Jack Nicklaus had Tony Jacklin pick up a missable putt so the match would end in a 16-16 tie.
Still had two top-10 finishes in major championships during his career: a 5th place finish at the 1970 U.S. Open, and a T-6 at The Masters in 1971. After reaching the age of 50 in 1985, he began play on the Senior PGA Tour and continued to play in this venue until the late 1990s. He lived in Fircrest, Washington where February 12th, his birthday, is recognized as Ken Still Day.
Still was elected to the Pacific Northwest Section PGA Hall of Fame in 1995.
PGA Tour wins
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of victory||Runner(s)-up|
|1||Mar 9, 1969||Florida Citrus Open Invitational||−10 (74-67-67-70=278)||1 stroke||Miller Barber|
|2||Aug 10, 1969||Greater Milwaukee Open||−11 (74-71-67-65=277)||2 strokes||Gary Player|
|3||Oct 25, 1970||Kaiser International Open Invitational||−10 (68-67-71-72=278)||Playoff||Lee Trevino, Bert Yancey|
PGA Tour playoff record (1–0)
|1||1970||Kaiser International Open Invitational||Lee Trevino, Bert Yancey||Won with birdie on first extra hole|
this list may be incomplete
- 1964 British Columbia Open
- 1966 Washington Open
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- "Price a reminder of the games sportsmanship". Golf Today.
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