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Robert Damron
DAL2001051221-12 MAY 2001-DALLAS, TEXAS, USA: Robert Damron watches his putt lip out on the third hole during third round action at the Verizon Bryon Nelson Tournament being played in Dallas, TX. Damron shot a 3 under par 67 to tie for the lead at 13 shots under par. jm/Joe Mitchell UPI
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Robert Douglas Damron (born October 27, 1972) is an American professional golfer and current player on the PGA Tour.

Damron was born in Pikeville, Kentucky. He was raised there and later in Orlando, Florida after his father, a wealthy Kentucky coal magnate, moved the family to Orlando's exclusive Bay Hill community for warmer winter weather. Damron had the benefit of some early advice about golf from Bay Hill neighbor Arnold Palmer. He attended Orlando's Dr. Phillips High School graduating in 1990.

Damron attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando and was a distinguished member of the golf team earning All-American honors three times. He won 5 collegiate events while at UCF. He turned pro in 1994.

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