Former Eagle Golfer Aron Price Receives PGA Tour Card
Price finished 18th out of the Top 25’ money winners in the 30-tournament Nationwide Tour season. He had one Top 3’ finish at the Livermore Valley Wine Country Championship at Wente Vineyards (in which he won), three Top 10’ finishes, and eight Top 25’. Last weekend he finished in a tie for 16th at the Nationwide Tour Championship, carding a 275.
“Going to the PGA TOUR is an opportunity to really make a name for myself when you play well. Just achieving this goal is something I’ve wanted to do since I was 13-years-old and now I’ve actually done it,” said Price.
Twice in Price’s
He still ranks first all-time recording a 70.97 stroke average during the 2004-05 season. His career 72.05 average ranks second among the Eagles’ all-time leaders. Price still owns the top scores for 36- (130) and 54-holes (203 on two occasions) tournaments.
The first PGA Tour event for 2009 will be the Mercedes-Benz Championship held January 8-11 at
- Category: Golf
- Published on Wednesday, 12 November 2008 00:20