Jerry Kelly, three-time PGA champion, turns 49. Kelly won the Sony Open in Hawaii and Advil Western Open in 2009, then went seven years without a victory before taking the Zurich Open in 2009. He finished in the Top 10 at two Majors, both in 2007: fifth at the Masters and seventh at the US Open.
Scott Hoch, 11-time PGA Tour winner, turns 60. Hoch won 22 professional titles overall and finished in the Top 8 of all four Majors at some point his career. His nearest miss was finishing second in a playoff to Nick Faldo at the 1989 Masters as he lost on Faldo’s birdie putt on the second playoff hole.
Nolan Henke, three-time PGA Tour winner, turns 51. Henke flirted with several Major titles in his career, finishing in the top seven four times in the early 1990s, including tied for sixth at the 1991 Masters and 1993 PGA Championship.
Brad Fabel, a two-time Web.com Tour winner, turns 60.
Casey Wittenberg, who finished 10th at the US Open in 2012, turns 31.