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Charles Howell III
Charles Howell III Height: 5 ft, 11 in
Weight: 155 lbs
Birthday: 06/20/1979
College: Oklahoma State University
Turned Pro: 2000
Birthplace: Augusta, Georgia/td>
Personal
  • Grew up near Augusta National GC, home of the Masters, and was a member of Augusta CC, which is adjacent to Amen Corner
  • Next-door neighbor, Graham Hill, first introduced him to golf at age 7. Won five tournaments before his 11th birthday
  • Shot his first sub-70 tournament round at age 10, the same year he began taking lessons from instructor David Leadbetter
  • Father is a pediatric surgeon.
PGA TOUR Victories
(2) 2007 Nissan Open. 2002 Michelob Championship at Kingsmill.
2016 PGA TOUR Money & Position
$1,974,962 (52nd)
2016 Highlights
  • Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th consecutive season, one of just 16 players to perform the feat. Finished No. 52 in the final standings, the 10th straight season he has finished inside the top 100
  • Recorded his first top-10 of the season at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia (T10), marking his second top-10 showing at the tournament in as many starts
  • Finished T9 at The RSM Classic for his third top-10 in six starts at the Davis Love III-hosted event. It marked his fourth finish of T17 or better in his first five starts to open the 2015-16 campaign
  • Shared the first-round lead at the Valspar Championship and went on to finish T5 for his fourth top-10 at the event
  • With a T7 at the Shell Houston Open, surpassed total number of top-10s from the 2014-15 season, bringing his season total to four. Tied for seventh with Chez Reavie and Kyle Reifers for his third top-10 in 12 starts in the event
  • With matching 4-under 66s on the weekend, finished T4 at the AT&T Byron Nelson and just two strokes out of the Sergio Garcia-Brooks Koepka playoff. It marked his second top-10 at the event, with both coming in the last three years (T3 in 2014)
  • Removed name from The Open Championship alternate list due to an undisclosed minor medical procedure that sidelined him for four to five weeks
  • Unable to make a run in the Playoffs, missed the cut at The Barclays before a T24 (Deutsche Bank Championship) and T47 (BMW Championship) dropped him to No. 52 in the final standings.

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