Scott Piercy Biography
Scott Piercy is an American professional golfer who plays in the PGA Tour. He was born on November 6th, 1978 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Scott played college golf when he was at San Diego State University and only turned professional after he graduated in 2001.
Scott Piercy Age
He was born on November 6th, 1978 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is 40 years old as of 2018.
Scott Piercy Wife
He is married to Sara Piercy.
Scott Piercy Height
He is 6′ 0” tall.
Scott Piercy Career Earnings
He earned a total of $71,070,547 in the PGA tour.
Scott Piercy Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 19 million.
Scott Piercy DQ
Piercy was unable to defend his title in 2016 because he earned entry into the 2016 Open Championship.
Scott Piercy Sponsors
He partners with Titleist, MGM Resorts International, Lumos Networks, Izod Golf, and Net Jets.
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He played on different scaled-down visits. In 2007 he won the Ultimate Game at Wynn Las Vegas G&CC, acquiring $2 million.
Piercy turned into a Nationwide Tour part in 2008. After a poor begin to the season, he won two competitions in August and completed ninth on the cash rundown to procure PGA Tour playing rights for 2009.
Piercy made an urging begin to his PGA Tour profession, recording five top-twenty completes in his initial six begins, and this keeps running of structure raised Piercy into the main 100 of the Official World Golf Rankings in March 2009.
He completed the season positioned 90th on the cash rundown to hold his visit card, yet slipped to 136th in 2010, and lost a portion of his visit status for 2011.
In 2011, Piercy won his first PGA Tour occasion at the Reno-Tahoe Open, a substitute occasion toward the beginning of August.
His second visit win came in July 2012 at the RBC Canadian Open, one stroke over sprinters up Robert Garrigus and William McGirt. Subsequently, Piercy earned a spot in the next week’s WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and was in this manner unfit to shield his Reno-Tahoe Open title.
Toward the beginning of November, he was a sprinter up at the WGC-HSBC Champions in China. The Canadian Open success picked up Scott section into the Masters in 2013, his first, and made the cut. During the 2013 season, he completed third at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, tied for fifth at the PGA Championship and Byron Nelson Championship, and came to the round of 16 at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
In the 2014 season, Piercy had arm damage and was out for five months. On his arrival, he had the best consequence of T-12 at the Wyndham Championship.
In the 2015 season, he completed seventh at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, sprinter up at the Sony Open in Hawaii, tenth at the Shell Houston Open.
In July, he won the debut Barbasol Championship in Alabama, a substitute occasion inverse the Open Championship, for his first triumph in three years. Piercy was unfit to shield his title in 2016 in light of the fact that he earned passage into the 2016 Open Championship.
Scott Piercy British Open
Scott Piercy declined his exclusion for the 2017 British Open and will be supplanted in the field by Anirban Lahiri. Piercy, 38, didn’t give motivation to not playing in the July 20-23 noteworthy title at Royal Birkdale in Southport, England.
Piercy positioned 67th in the Official World Golf Ranking, has missed six of his last nine cuts and hasn’t made the end of the week in four straight majors subsequent to tying for second finally year’s U.S. Open at Oakmont.
Lahiri, 30, is positioned 68th on the planet and tied for seventeenth at the Travelers in his last start. That came after his T-2 at The Memorial.
This will be Lahiri’s fifth British Open beginning. He’s made three of four cuts in the title, incorporating a T-30 of every 2015 at St. Andrews. His best real finish is a T-5 at the 2015 PGA Championship. The following three contenders on the hold list: Tony Finau, James Hahn, and Danny Lee.
Scott Piercy Professional Wins
PGA Tour wins
- Aug 7, 2011, Reno-Tahoe Open 72-70-61-70=273 –15 1 stroke
- Jul 29, 2012, RBC Canadian Open 62-67-67-67=263 –17 1 stroke
- Jul 19, 2015, Barbasol Championship 69-66-65-65=265 –19 3 strokes
- 29 Apr 2018 Zurich Classic of New Orleans
(with United States Billy Horschel) 65-73-61-67=266 −22 1 stroke
Nationwide Tour wins
- Aug 10, 2008, Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open 64-62-65-71=262 –22 2 strokes
- Aug 24, 2008, Northeast Pennsylvania Classic 66-68-69-64=267 –13 2 strokes