Scott Hoch

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Age 68
Birthday November 241955
Birth Sign Sagittarius
City North Carolina
Country United States
Profession Golfer

Scott Hoch is a famous Golfer, born on November 24, 1955 in United States. As of December 2022, Scott Hoch’s net worth is $13 Million. He came within a missed two-foot putt of winning the 1989 Masters Tournament.

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Scott Hoch Biography

Winner of 11 PGA Tours who also finished in the top five in three major tournaments. Scott Mabon Hoch (born November 24, 1955) is an American professional golfer, who represented his country in the Ryder Cup in 1997 and 2002..

He grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Hoch was born in Raleigh, North Carolina. While attending Needham B. Broughton High School, he won the 1973 NCHSAA Men’s Golf State Championship. He was a member of the golf team at Wake Forest University before graduating in 1978. In 1978 Hoch reached the final of the U.S. Amateur, losing 5 & 4 to John Cook. He played on the winning U.S. team in the 1978 Eisenhower Trophy and the 1979 Walker Cup. His achievements in 1978 led to an invitation to the 1979 Masters Tournament where he tied for 34th place, the second amateur behind Bobby Clampett. He turned professional in 1979 after competing in the U.S. Amateur.

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In 1982, Hoch said that he feared he was going to die after an intruder came into his hotel room in Tucson, Arizona, held him and his wife, Sally, at gunpoint, and tied them up for an hour.

Scott Hoch Net Worth

Scott Hoch is one of the richest Golfer & listed on most popular Golfer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Scott Hoch‘s net worth $13 Million.

Net Worth $13 Million
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He played golf at Wake Forest University.

In 1982, Hoch said that he feared he was going to die after an intruder came into his hotel room in Tucson, Arizona, held him and his wife, Sally, at gunpoint, and tied them up for an hour.

Hoch has won several tournaments, including the Western Open, the Ford Championship at Doral, the Heineken Dutch Open and the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. He also won the Vardon Trophy for lowest scoring average in 1986. He has featured in the top 20 of the Official World Golf Ranking.

In 1989, Hoch said that he was “really hurt” after being named “Least Popular Golfer” in a poll of Tour players conducted by the Dallas Times Herald.

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Hoch is the rare American golfer who has criticized the Ryder Cup. Before his participation in the 2002 event he described the Ryder Cup as “overrated” and thought that the competition had gotten too “inflammatory.”

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Ranked on the list of most popular Golfer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Scott Hoch celebrates birthday on November 24 of every year.

Hoch is also well known for his infamous quote regarding playing in The Open Championship at the “home of golf” at St Andrews. Hoch referred to this course, considered hallowed ground by most golfers around the world, as “the worst piece of mess” he had ever seen. Partly due to his Open Championship criticism Hoch has been characterized as an “ugly American.” However he has played extensively abroad and done fairly well, with three victories on the Japan Golf Tour, a victory at European Tour’s 1995 Dutch Open, and multiple victories on the Korean Tour. He also has runner-up finishes at the 1987 Dunlop Phoenix Tournament, 1994 Casio World Open on the Japan Golf Tour, 1995 New Zealand Open on the Australasian Tour, and the 1996 Dutch Open.

Did Scott Hoch ever win the Masters?

Professional career Hoch is widely known for missing a two-foot-long putt that would have won the 1989 Masters Tournament on the first playoff hole, which he lost to Nick Faldo on the next hole.

How old is Scott Hoch?

66 years (November 24, 1955)

What is the shortest putt missed on the PGA Tour?

  • On the weekend with your buddies, you scoop that up and stroll to the next tee. …
  • According to shot tracker on PGA, Rahm’s stub traveled one entire inch. …
  • RELATED: Adam Scott ditches driver, shoots 68 at Bay Hill.

Who has made the most money on the PGA Tour?

1Tiger Woods$120,895,206
2Phil Mickelson$94,955,060
3Dustin Johnson$74,276,710
4Jim Furyk$71,507,269

Who missed a 2 foot putt to win the Masters?

Scott Hoch (1989 Masters) In 1989, that scenario became a nightmare for Scott Hoch—he missed a two-footer that would’ve won the tournament. Hoch won eight more tour events in his career but never captured a major championship.

In May 2007, Hoch won his first Champions Tour event, the FedEx Kinko’s Classic. In February 2008, he won his second and third events in consecutive weeks. At the age of 63 became the oldest winner on the Champions Tour. It was his first win on tour in 11 years.

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