Raymond Floyd

Raymond " Ray " Floyd ( born September 4, 1942 in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, United States) is a former American professional golfer in the Champions Tour and PGA Tour before.


He attended the University of North Carolina and 1961 Professional. Quickly Floyd established on the PGA Tour in 1963 and landed his first victory. Overall, he won 22 times, with his last success in 1992 at the age of 49 years made ​​him one of the oldest winner of a PGA Tour event.

Ray Floyd won here four major championships, the PGA Championship in 1969 and 1982, the Masters in 1976 and the U.S. Open in 1986. He is one of the oldest players who could ever win a Major. In 1990, he missed a historic victory in the Masters only wafer thin in the jump off against Nick Faldo.

After reaching the age limit for the Senior PGA Tour (the predecessor of the Champions Tour ) Floyd continued his winning streak continued there and posted 14 wins between 1992 and 2000, including four senior majors and two Senior Tour Championships.

Early 2010, has announced his retirement from professional golf tournament known Floyd. Throughout his career he has won 66 tournament victories.

Results in Major Championships

DNP = did not participate CUT = cut failed "T " shared placement Green background for wins Yellow background for top 10

PGA Tour victories

Major championships are shown in bold.

Other tournament victories

Champions Tour victories

Senior majors in bold.

Other Senior Tournament Win