Bob May, who finished second at the 2000 PGA Championship, turns 46. His lone professional win as at the 1999 British Masters. At Valhalla in 2000, May’s third-round 66 got him within a stroke of Tiger Woods, and he forced a playoff with the legend with a second 66 on Sunday. In the three-hole playoff, Woods managed an opening birdie and May parred all three holes to take second.
James Driscoll, a two-time professional winner, turns 38. His best finishes on the PGA Tour were second place at the 2005 Zurich Classic and second place at the 2009 Valero Texas Open.
Greg Chalmers, who has won 10 professional titles, turns 42. Five of those titles have come on the PGA Tour of Australasia. His best work on the PGA Tour came in 2000, when he finished fourth at the PGA Championship.