Major Pro Golf Championship Winners Who Attended the PGA Tour Bible Study and/or Champions Tour Chapel

The four major championships in professional golf throughout the world are The Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA. The following professional golfers who won one or more of these championships attended the PGA Tour Bible Study or the Champions Tour Chapel or both. Some attended regularly, and a few were leaders. * means he won that tournament before he began attending the Study or Chapel.

Archer, George (*1969 Masters; d. 2005)

Azinger, Paul (1993 PGA)

Brewer, Gay (*1967 Masters)

Cink, Stewart (2009 British Open)

Coody, Charles (*1971 Masters)

Crenshaw, Ben (*1984 & *1995 Masters)

Janzen, Lee (1993 & 1998 U.S. Open)

Johnson, Zach (2007 Masters)

Jones, Steve (1996 U.S. Open)

Langer, Bernard (*1985 & 1993 Masters)

Lehman, Tom (1996 British Open)

Mize, Larry (1987 Masters)

Nelson, Larry (1981 PGA, 1983 U.S. Open, 1987 PGA)

Player, Gary (*1959, 1968, 1974 British Open, *1961, 1974, 1978 Masters, *1962, 1972 PGA, *1965 U.S. Open)

Pavin, Corey (1995 U.S. Open)

Rodgers, Bill (*1981 British Open)

Simpson, Scott (1987 U.S. Open)

Simpson, Webb (2012 U.S. Open)

Stewart, Payne (*1989 PGA), *1991 U.S. Open, 1999 U.S. Open)

Watson, Bubba (2012 Masters)

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  • Robert Turecki

    Too bad they don’t have the smarts to believe in themselves without the myth of religion. America just continuing to dumb itself down.

    • kzarley

      I don’t answer sarcastic fools who don’t believe there is a God!

  • Robert Turecki

    Very intelligent response K. Why would I be a fool? Are you saying that any other point of view other than yours is the one. Hope your believers stay with you, they’re going to need your good truth.

    • kzarley

      I said it because you sound like an atheist by saying all those PGA Tour pros I listed as Christians don’t trust themselves but have “the myth of religion.” And I’m merely quoting God to you who says through the great Warrior-King David, who was a man after God’s heart, “The fool says in his heart, ‘There is no God'” (Psalm 14.1; 53.1).