Français
Switch Seasons:
Canada
JON MILLS

Height: 5'11
Weight: 180
Birthdate: March, 1978
Resides: Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States
University: Kent State

PLAYER BIO


Played the PGA TOUR in 2008...Won Albertsons Boise Open on 2007 Nationwide Tour to finish 4th on money list and earn return trip to PGA TOUR in 2008...Finished T-2nd at the Miccosukee Championship...4th at the Melwood Prince George's County Open... T-5th at both the Knoxville Open Presented by Food City and the WNB Golf Classic...T-8th at the Peek'n Peak Classic...T-9th at the Xerox Classic and the Mark Christopher Charity Classic...T-10th at the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational...Was named the Nationwide Tour's September 2007 Player of the Month...Won his first Nationwide Tour title at the 2005 Canadian PGA Championship...Fifth-place finish on 2005 Nationwide Tour money list earned Mills his first PGA TOUR card for 2006...Made 17 of 24 cuts in 2005 with nine top-tens...Lone Canadian Tour win came at the 2003 MTS Classic...Win in Winnipeg lifted Mills to the 2003 Order of Merit title...Became the first Canadian to win Order of Merit since Mike Weir in 1997...Also earned an exemption into second stage of PGA TOUR Q-School that season and was named Most Improved Canadian...In 2001, finished sixth in the NCAA Nationals and helped Canada to the Four Nations Cup title...Was the 14th-ranked amateur by Golfweek magazine, and Ontario's top-ranked amateur according to the Ontario Golf Association.

2014 SEASON STATS
Events Played: 1 Top 3 Finishes: -
Cuts Made: - Top 10 Finishes: -
Earnings: - Best Finish:  T133rd  (Times Colonist Open)
2014 TOURNAMENT LOG
Bayview Place Island Savings Open presented b 73 - 73 - MC - MC +6 - -

Staal Foundation Open presented by Tbaytel
July 14-20

Event Home
Field
Tee Times
David Bradshaw takes medalist honours at PGA TOUR Canada Q-School
Storylines - British Columbia Qualifying Tournament
Web.com Tour Update: Murphy, Tyler post Top 10s
Jordan Krantz takes medalist honours in Florida
Former PGA TOUR Commissioner Beman named Honorary Chair in Cape Breton