Here’s a bit more about Tom:
Recognized as a true legend of the game, World Golf Hall of Fame Member Tom Watson brings poise, sophistication, and charisma to the sport that he loves and helped to build. Watson is a six time PGA TOUR Player of the Year and has recorded 39 career wins including eight major victories, five of which occurred at The Open Championship. Since joining the Champions Tour, Watson has amassed an additional 14 victories including six senior major championships. Regarded as one of the greatest links players of all time, Watson nearly won the 2009 Open Championship at 59 years of age. In addition, Watson played on four American Ryder Cup Teams and acted as captain in 1993 and 2014. Throughout his career, Watson has served as a respected spokesman for the sport. He received the U.S. Golf Association’s prestigious Bob Jones Award for distinguished sportsmanship in 1987 and was elected to the PGA World Golf Hall of Fame the following year. Off the course, Watson is passionate in his charitable efforts for the Bruce Edwards Foundation for ALS Research, Children’s Mercy Hospital, and The First Tee of Greater Kansas City.