The Most Important Victory in my Life
From relative obscurity in the golf world to 1996’s PGA Tour player of the year, Tom Lehman finally made his mark. Tom captured his first major title by winning the 1996 British Open at Royal Lytham and St. Annes. He broke the Links course record with a 64 in the third round. Also in 1996, Tom won the PGA Tour Championship, led the official prize money list, and captured the Vardon Trophy for low stroke average on the PGA Tour. Tom shares how God made the Difference.
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In April 2009, Tom Lehman became the 13th Champions Tour player to win his debut tournament. He teamed with Bernhard Langer to win the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf in a playoff over Jeff Sluman and Craig Stadler.
Tom wrote A Passion for the Game (2005) in which Tom offers a wealth of wisdom on golf, life, and faith. It is filled with unforgettable stories culled from Tom’s career as one of the most respected golfers on the PGA tour.
Tom and his wife Melissa live in Arizona. They have four children.