JOHN HARRIS

Game 449 | September 8, 1993 | John Harris
Born in Minneapolis and raised in Roseau, Harris distinguished himself in both hockey and golf at the University of Minnesota. He was the second leading scorer on the 1974 Gopher National Championship Hockey team and two months later won the Big Ten individual championship in golf. He won the U.S. Amateur in 1993, the same year he played on the winning U.S. Walker Cup team. A Dunker member since 1989, he joined the Champions Tour in 2002 and won his first Tour event in 2006.


Game 916 | July 2, 2019 | Tom Lehman, Viktor Hovland, John Harris
Just a day before the start of the first year of the new 3M Tournament, Lehman recalled that he appeared at Dunkers in 1996 and won the British Open just 23 days later. Hovland, a 21-year-old Oslo, Norway, native, had just won the U.S. Amateur and was new to the pro tour. Lehman, asked for this favorite golf story, told of the time he was paired with his wife in a mixed doubles event. On the first he hit a 285-yard drive down the middle, She shanked the next shot into the right rough. He hit a shot onto the green just 15 feet from the hole n the par 5, Her putt rolled 20 feet past the pin and he made the par putt coming back. En route to the second hole he commented that they were going to need to step up their game. “I don’t know why you’re mad at me,” she said. “I only had two shots on that hole and you took three.” John Harris moderated the discussion.

(LtoR): Tom Duffy, John Harris, Tom Lehman, Viktor Hovland, Jen Hines, Dave Mona

(LtoR): John Harris, Tom Lehman, Viktor Hovland

Game 931 | July 22, 2020 | 3M Open: Hollis Cavner, Erik van Rooyen and John Harris


(LtoR): Row 1: Erik van Rooyen, PGA TOUR Professional; Row 2: Hollis Cavner, 3M Open Executive Director and Pro Links Sports CEO; Dave Mona, Dunkers Head Trainer; Row 3: John Harris, Dunker Member and Moderator; Ross Levin, Dunkers Head Coach.


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