Pro golfer who won the 1997 PGA Championship as well as a number of other PGA events. He finished second at the Masters in 1995 and 1999 and tied for second at the 1996 U.S. Open.
He played defenseman in hockey because of his backwards skating prowess.
At the 2004 Mercedes Championships, he hit a whopping 476-yard drive, the second-longest in official history at the time.
He became a father after the birth of his daughter, Robin, in June 1988.
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