Chip Beck has won four career PGA TOUR events and one Japanese Tour event and earned over $7 million on the PGA TOUR. He received the Vardon Trophy in 1988, and recorded the second 59 in PGA TOUR history on October 11, 1991 in the third round of the Las Vegas Invitational. Chip made 13 birdies and no bogeys at Sunrise GC.  He sank a three-foot putt on his final hole to join Al Geiberger (and since, David Duval) as the only sub-60 shooters in PGA TOUR history. Chip’s best year on TOUR was 1988, and he played in three Ryder Cup Teams: 1989, 1991, and 1993.  On August 7, 2003, he became the second TOUR player to a record a rare hole in one on a par four when he aced the par-4 ninth hole at the Champions Club in the first round of the 2003 Omaha Class.  For more stats on Chip go to his Official PGA Profile