I don't know why the number of majors has to be fourPlayers Championship jockeys for status Mar 23, 2006
This is the only reason that I took this little challenge to come back and play the tour was to challenge myself and put myself in a position to see what I could doTom Kite leads the Booz Allen Classic Jun 11, 2005
You just have to play well and if you don't, well you don't make itBrowne shoots 59 to make U.S. Open Jun 08, 2005
I drove it a little better today than I did yesterday, or it would have been a long, long dayKite leads final Champions' Tour event Oct 23, 2004
I didn't play well the first part of last yearKite leads on Champions Tour Feb 06, 2004
Thomas Oliver Kite, Jr. (born December 9, 1949) is an American professional golfer and golf course architect. He spent 175 weeks in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Rankings between 1989 and 1994.
Kite was born in McKinney, Texas. He began playing golf at age six, and won his first tournament at age 11. Kite attended the University of Texas on a golf scholarship and was coached by Harvey Penick. He turned professional in 1972 and has been a consistent money winner ever since. Known for his innovation, he was the first to add a third wedge to his bag, one of the first players to use a sports psychologist, and one of the first to emphasize physical fitness for game improvement.
He has 19 PGA Tour victories, including the 1992 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. He competed on seven Ryder Cup squads (1979, 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1993) and served as the 1997 captain. Kite holds a unique record of making the cut for the first four U.S. Opens held at Pebble Beach: 1972, 1982, 1992, and 2000. Kite also holds the distinction of playing in the most Masters Tournaments without a win.