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LEE WILLIAMSON

Height: 6'4
Weight: 175
Birthdate: July, 1979
Resides: Winter Garden, Florida, United States
University: Purdue University

PLAYER BIO


Finished T-22 at the 2010 Clublink Jane Rogers Championship... Played on the Nationwide Tour in 2008... Finished T-5 at the 2008 Desjardins Montreal Open... Graduated to the Nationwide Tour in 2007, making 8 of 24 cuts and finishing 84th on the money list with $70,827... Finished T-3 at the HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship... T-5 at the Rochester Area Charities Showdown... Played just one Canadian Tour event in 2007, a T-22 at the Northern California Classic... Won twice in 2006: the Diablo Grande California Classic and the Greater Vancouver Charity Classic... Finished 4th on the 2006 Canadian Tour Order of Merit and received an exemption into the Canadian Open that year... Held off Jaime Gomez for his first Canadian Tour triumph with a one-shot win at the 2005 MTS Classic... Made his first nine cuts to start the 2005 season finishing 13th on the Order of Merit... Other wins as a pro: 2007 Black Bear Open, 2006 and 2007 Rocks Springs Ridge Classic, 2007 Forest Lake Open, 2006 Red Tail Invitational, 2001 and 2004 Indiana Open... Runner-up at the U.S. Public Links in 2002... All-American in 2002 while at Purdue... Won the 2002 and 2001 Indiana Amateur... He has also played on the PGA TOUR and Moonlight Tour.

2014 SEASON STATS
Events Played: - Top 3 Finishes: -
Cuts Made: - Top 10 Finishes: -
Earnings: - Best Finish: -

Qualifying School - USA EAST Site
April 13-18

Event Home
Field
Tee Times
Pos. Player Thru Total
1 Canada Jordan Krantz F -2
2 United States Ryan Brehm F E
3 Scotland Paul Cormack F +1
4 United States Daniel McCarthy F +2
5 England Kelvin Day F +3
T6 United States Christopher Wolfe F +4
T6 United States Bruce Woodall F +4
FINAL RESULTS
Jordan Krantz takes medalist honours at Q-School
Storylines - Florida Qualifying Tournament
Web.com Tour Update: Hadwin, Tyler finish Top-3 in Mexico
Daniel Miernicki claims medalist honours at California Q-School
Former PGA TOUR Commissioner Beman named Honorary Chair in Cape Breton