Glen Day, winner of the 1999 MCI Classic, turns 50.
Corey Pavin, winner of the 1995 US Open and a 15-time winner on the PGA Tour, turns 56. His first tournament win came in 1984, and he was the PGA Player of the Year in 1991. He came within a few strokes of winning all four Majors between 1992-1995, winding up with just one actual title as he finished third at the 1992 Masters, second at the 1995 PGA Championship and tied for fourth at the 1993 Open Championship. Pavin was three strokes off the lead after 54 holes, and after 12 holes was tied with Greg Norman, Tom Lehman, and Bob Tway. He took the lead for the first time with a birdie on No. 15 and winning it by two strokes over Norman.
Marco Dawson, winner of the 2015 Senior Open Championship, turns 52. Dawson defeated Bernard Langer by a single stroke for the win.
Bart Bryant, three-time PGA Tour winner, turns 53. His three victories came in the 2004-2005 season, including the 2005 Memorial and Tour Championship.
Bill Lunde, winner of the 2010 Turning Stone Resort Championship, turns 40.
Garrett Willis, winner of the 2001 Touchstone Energy Tuscon Open, turns 39.
Joel Edwards, winner of the 2001 Air Canada Championship, turns 54.