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|Full name||Stephen Brent Lowery|
|Born||October 12, 1960|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight||225 lb (102 kg; 16.1 st)|
|College||University of Alabama|
|Current tour(s)||Champions Tour|
|Former tour(s)|| PGA Tour |
Ben Hogan Tour
|Highest ranking||32 (October 6, 2002)|
|Number of wins by tour|
|Korn Ferry Tour||1|
|Best results in major championships|
|Masters Tournament||T40: 2001, 2002|
|PGA Championship||3rd: 2001|
|U.S. Open||T16: 1994|
|The Open Championship||T36: 2004|
Stephen Brent Lowery (born October 12, 1960) is an American professional golfer.
Lowery was born in Birmingham, Alabama. He has PGA Tour victories in 1994, 2000 and 2008. All three of his victories on the PGA Tour have come in playoffs.
Lowery has been featured in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking. His best season on the PGA Tour was in 1994, when he finished 12th on the money list. He missed most of 2007 with a wrist injury. The PGA Tour granted him a partial exemption for the 2008 season. He needed to win more than $250,000 during his first eight starts in 2008 in order to re-gain his full exemption on the PGA Tour, but that became a moot point when he won the 2008 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. The victory gave him a full two-year exemption.
Lowery also won the Birmingham Golf Association Junior and State Junior in the late 1970s, before embarking on his four years of college at the University of Alabama. He played for coach Conrad Rehling from 1979-1983, on the Alabama Crimson Tide golf team.
Though it was in a losing effort, Lowery played a memorable stretch of golf at The International in 2002. He holed out a shot from over 200 yards for a rare double eagle (or albatross) on the 71st hole to pull within one point, ultimately losing by the same margin after missing a birdie putt on the last hole. Coming near the very end of the tournament and creating such a close finish, Lowery's double eagle was one of the most dramatic in PGA Tour history since Gene Sarazen made a double eagle at 15 in the final round of the 1935 Masters Tournament. Two holes before his double eagle, Lowery also holed out a wedge from the fairway for an eagle.
this list may be incomplete
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of|
|1||Aug 21, 1994||Sprint International||35 pts (7-14-5-9=35)||Playoff||Rick Fehr|
|2||Nov 5, 2000||Southern Farm Bureau Classic||−22 (64-67-65-70=266)||Playoff||Skip Kendall|
|3||Feb 10, 2008||AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am||−10 (69-71-70-68=278)||Playoff||Vijay Singh|
PGA Tour playoff record (3–0)
|1||1994||Sprint International||Rick Fehr||Won with par on first extra hole|
|2||2000||Southern Farm Bureau Classic||Skip Kendall||Won with birdie on first extra hole|
|3||2008||AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am||Vijay Singh||Won with birdie on first extra hole|
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of|
|1||Aug 23, 1992||Ben Hogan Tulsa Open||−3 (70-70-73=213)||Playoff||Jeff Coston|
Ben Hogan Tour playoff record (1–0)
|1||1992||Ben Hogan Tulsa Open||Jeff Coston||Won with birdie on second extra hole|
|The Open Championship|
|The Open Championship||T79|
|The Open Championship||T36|
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied
|The Open Championship||0||0||0||0||0||0||2||2|
|The Players Championship||T6||DQ||T46||T65||CUT||CUT||T66||CUT||T22||WD||CUT||T12||T56||T28||CUT||CUT|
CUT = missed the halfway cut
WD = withdrew
DQ = disqualified
"T" indicates a tie for a place
1Cancelled due to 9/11
QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
"T" = Tied
NT = No tournament
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