About J.L. Lewis

 
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Career Highlights

 

 

 PGA TOUR Victories and
International Victories

No. Date Tournament Winning Score Margin of Victory Runner Up
1.
July 19, 1999 John Deere Classic -19 (66,65,65,65=261) Playoff* Flag of the United StatesMike Brisky
2.
Aug 29, 2004 84 Lumber Classic of Pennsylvania -22 (69,67,68,62=266) 2 strokes  
3.
Nov 14, 1999 Honda Invitational, Guadalajara, Mexico -20 (68,64,68,68=268) 8 strokes  

 

*Defeated Mike Brisky in a 5-hole playoff.

 

 

 

PGA TOUR Career Summary

Year Events Played Cuts Made 1st 2nd 3rd Top 10 Top 25
1985 1          

 

1989 21 4        

 

1992 2          

 

1993 3 2        

 

1994 3 2          
1995 28 13         1
1996 3 2         1
1998 32 15       2 6
1999 31 17 1     2 6
2000 30 21     1 2 5
2001 31 23       1 5
2002 31 17   1   4 9
2003 31 18 1 1   6 9
2004 32 21       2 9
2005 30 19       4 5
2006 17 12       1 3
2007 4 1          
2008 16 3          
Total 346 190 2 2 1 24 59

 

 

 

Nationwide TOUR Career Summary

Year Events Played Cuts Made 1st 2nd 3rd Top 10 Top 25
1990 1 1          
1991 1            
1992 1          
1993 9 4         1
1994 3 1          
1995 3 3     1
1996 3 2       1
1997 28 21   6 15
1998 3 2   1   2 2
1999 1            
2008 7 1          
Total 60 36 0 3 3 10 20

 

 

 

Major Golf Championship Summary

Tournament
Best Results
Years Participation
The Masters 2004  Cut 2004
U.S. Open 2001 T30 1996, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005
Open Championship 2003 T22 2003
PGA Championship 1999 T21;  2004 T24  1993, 1994, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004,2005
THE PLAYERS 2005 T8 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP 2003  28 2003
WGC Bridgestone Invitational 2004 T55 2004
WGC CA Championship 2003 T59 2003

 

 

Other Achievements

  • 2009 Published first book, “Pocket Pro” edition of “Golf Tips from the Tour”
  • 2002 Inducted into the Texas State University-San Marcos Hall of Honor
  • 2001 Inducted into the Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas Hall of Fame
  • 1994 PGA Cup Team.  Led the team to victory with a 50 foot putt on the last hole of the matches to win the Cup for the United States against the Europeans.
  • 1993 Player of the Year South Texas Section PGA
  • July, 1988 Attained PGA Class “A” Membership
  • Named 1988 Player of the Year, Southwest Section PGA (Las Vegas Chapter)
  • Named 1986 Player of the  Year for the Southern Texas Section PGA
  • Named 1985 Player of the Year for the Alamo Chapter Assistants Association
  • 1983 NCAA Division II First Team All American, Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University)
  • 1983 Austin City Men’s Amateur Champion
  • 1983 Lone Star State Open Champion (Amateur Division)
  • 1978 Named to the Kansas All-State High School Basketball Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
PGA TOUR WINS
J.L. Lewis 2003 84 Lumber Win
2003 84 Lumber Win
video highlights   statistics
J.L. Lewis 1999 John Deere Classic
1999 John Deere Classic Win
playoff video     statistics

 

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