Vic Wilk

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Vic Wilk
Personal information
Born (1960-08-30) August 30, 1960 (age 57)
Los Angeles, California
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Weight 145 lb (66 kg; 10.4 st)
Nationality  United States
Residence Las Vegas, Nevada
College California State University, Northridge
Turned professional 1982
Former tour(s) Nationwide Tour
Professional wins 3
Number of wins by tour Tour 1
Other 2

Vic Wilk (born August 30, 1960) is an American professional golfer

Junior golf[edit]

Wilk is a three time Junior World Golf Championships winning titles in 1969, 1971 and 1973 in two different age divisions. He was one of the dominant junior players in Southern California winning over 100 tournaments by age 17. He was also a state ranked junior tennis player.

College years[edit]

Wilk was a four time Division II All-American and won the NCAA Division II Championship in 1982. He attended California State University, Northridge and was inducted into the CSUN sports Hall of Fame in 1990.

Professional career[edit]

Wilk's pro career has spanned over 21 years playing events in 18 countries. His most notable win came at the 1994 Nike Knoxville Open, the first left-handed golfer to win on what was then the Nike Tour. Other notable wins include the 2002 Nevada Open and the 1991 Ft McMurray Rotary Classic on the Canadian Tour.

Wilk lives in Las Vegas with his wife and daughter.


Wilk has established himself as a top golf instructor in Nevada having trained under Mac O'Grady, Greg McHatton, Hank Johnson, Paul Runyan and Stan Utley.

Other interests[edit]

Wilk was also a model and child actor during his adolescent years and appeared in several films and popular TV commercials during the 1970s.


Wilk has been a consultant for the Traditional rules of golf (TRGA) and has been a contributing author and part of the TRGA brain trust.

See also[edit]

  • Wilk – people with the surname Wilk

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