Game 442 | May 24, 1993 | Tom Lehman
A University of Minnesota graduate who learned to golf in Alexandria, Lehman struggled early to make it on the pro tour. He qualifed briefly from 1983-1985, but spent most of the next six years playing in golfs minor leagues or foreign tours. He was the top money winner on the Ben Hogan Tour in 1991 and stuck with the PGA from 1992 on. He won his first tournament, the Memorial, in 1994, the same year he finished second in The Masters.
Game 499 | June 28, 1996| Tom Lehman
The highlight of Lehman's professional golf career came in 1996 when he won the British Open. He was named PGA Tour Player of the Year that season. Saying he was playing his best golf in years, the Alexandria, Minnesota, native spoke to Dunkers just 23 days before his two-stroke victory over Ernie Els at Royal Lytham.
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